Found December 08, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:

In one of the more heartbreaking games in college football this season, Navy continued their shear domination of Army with a 17-13 victory for the team's eleventh consecutive victory. Army was driving late in the game with less than two minutes to play and had a chance to take the lead. Sadly, Army quarterback Trent Steelman had an issue with a handoff in the red zone and fumbled the ball over to Navy. Here are just some of the sad shots of Trent Steelman reacting to his mistake: Keep you head up Trent, USA USA USA! (Images courtesy of @WorldOfIsaac and @MichaelDavidSmith)

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  • He should have been emotional, 4 years as the starter and no wins. This was a tough one for me to watch. I served in the Army and my son served in the Navy so I was torn. One things for sure, we should all be thankful that these young men stand ready to defend our freedom...they are ALL winners.

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