Posted December 09, 2012 on
Enough is enough. Eleven straight losses to the Mids is far too many. Now with Trent Steelman soon graduating and Navy with a young stud quarterback in Keenan Reynolds, it looks like it might be a long, long time before the Black Knights beat Navy again. Here are two things Army could do to help end the terrible losing streak to Navy
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Army quarterback Trent Steelman was seen crying on the sidelines during his team's loss to Navy after a costly mistake late in the game.
Rather than just have their logo on their ball as they normally would, Navy stepped it up a notch. This is one of the cooler things that I’ve seen done; and I think they should do this for more of their football games. Hopefully this doesn’t mean that foreign enemies can now crack our naval code though.Check out the ball we made for @navyathletics and @navyequipment for the...
Trent Steelman walked off the field, about ready to burst into tears.
Army's quarterback finished his career 0 for Navy.
Four starts, four losses.
So many around him felt his pain. Army officials hugged him. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo wrapped his arm around Steelman and told him how proud he was to have him go out and protect this country.
He felt as empty as his number in...
The emotions of the annual Army Navy Game may be unrivaled in the sport of college football when you take a hard look at it. Each year, as with most rivalries, a season can be defined by the outcome of just one game. For Army and Navy, that is the Army Navy Game. The thrill of victory has an exact opposite in the agony of defeat. Words cannot do justice to the emotions of Army...
Ohio State and Michigan, Auburn and Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas, USC and Notre Dame. These are some of the biggest rivalries in all of college football, but none of them involve men that are also members of our US Military. Men that play with honor and respect, and students with the same acumen. Okay, so [...]
Fourteen yards away. That's how close Army was to ending Navy's decade of dominance over them. In what was a microcosm of Army's struggles this year, quarterback Trent Steelman and Larry Dixon botched a hand off on the mesh and Navy's Barry Dabney recovered. Navy prevailed for the eleventh consecutive year defeating the Army Black Knights in the 113th meeting in football...