It's The Only Game In Town

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Full Speed Ahead

By Phil Hecken

Once again, the Naval Academy proved it was the superior team, albeit just barely, over Army in the 113th edition of “America’s Game.” It was a squeaker, with Navy leading 17-13 and Army driving late in the 4th quarter…when Army fumbled and the Middies held on. It was the Cadets . . . → Read More: Full Speed Ahead

America's Game

By Phil Hecken

The above “video” (please give it a look-see) pretty much covers the history (ok, not really, but it’s been around a while) of the Army/Navy game, which takes place today at 3:00 pm EST (on CBS). I had planned on doing a fairly in-depth writeup, but the above took me . . . → Read More: America’s Game