December 08, 2012

The Army/Navy Game: the Most Respected Game in Football

For all intents and purposes, the 2012 regular season for college football is done. The rankings are set, the bowl game matchups have been made, and the majority of the awards have been handed out.

However, the regular season is not done yet, because the best has been saved for last. No, it's not a game between Alabama and whoever, but a game between two of the most historic institutions of higher learning in the nation; two institutions where sports do come after academics, and a whole host of other things; two institutions that are more concerned with the overall quality of a man than his ability to tackle or catch a pass.

I'm talking about the Army/Navy Game of course...

 

1 Comment:
  • As it should be.
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