Army Beats Navy!

Watch the singing of the national anthem and highlights from the game.

Army quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw runs the ball against Navy during the first half of Saturday’s Army-Navy game in Philadelphia (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

 

For the first time in more than two decades, Army has the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy and a winning streak against Navy.

Quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw plunged over the goal line for the winning touchdown from one yard out with 5:10 to go as Army defeated Navy, 14-13, at snowy Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Saturday.  – More @ FOX

 

 

National Anthem 2017 Army – Navy Football Game 118th Edition. 

“No Player Kneeling Here ” Awesome rendition of the National Anthem in the snow during the 118th Edition of the Army Navy Game.
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Zach Crutcher Sports Highlights

12 Comments on Army Beats Navy!

  1. When is the last time a college (or pro) football game had these passing stats:

    Army: 1/1, 20 yards
    Navy: 1/2, 2 yards

    Of course, they were playing in a snowstorm…




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  2. Ba Humbug!

    Waste of time and resources. Am I the only one who thinks our military academies should not be playing sports?

    STUDY. That’s what you are there for, not how to play wide receiver.




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  3. The Army team was wearing white to honor the 10th Mountain Division (created during WWII to fight in the mountains of Europe). It was ironic they ended up playing in the snow and were somewhat camouflaged! “Climb to Glory”!
    @Mithrandir–I am sure you are not the only one who thinks they shouldn’t be playing sports (I see you have, at this moment 3 likes) but with their grueling academic and physical schedule, why can’t the physical part be team sports? This is a great recruiting tool I don’t know about other veterans but it gives me a lift every year especially when Army wins! Go Army!




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  4. @Mithrandir – Football at any level teaches how to work with others for a common goal and how to achieve that goal in the face of adversity, both physical and mental. A “team” sport.
    Nothing is more of a team “sport” than warfare. The whole point of military academies is to ready the young soldiers physically and mentally and to lead others in warfare. Football and other sports help do that.
    P.S. I don’t mean to call war a sport, but you know what I mean.




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  5. General George C Marshall disagreed with Mithrandir. “I want an officer for a secret and dangerous mission. I want a West Point football player.”




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