NCAA Football Report (Army-Navy Week)

The Army-Navy game once again signified the end of another college season which included the handing out of the Heisman Trophy in what was an interesting race throughout the year.

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NCAA Football Report (Week 15)

The Army-Navy game signified the end of another season while the NCAA announced its best player as Baker Mayfield will have much more of an impact than just the 2017 Heisman winner.

NCAA Football Report (Week 16)

As the NCAA Football world took a bit of a break with the season coming to a close and only one game on the docket. That game was the annual Army-Navy game in the NCAA in a tradition that dates back decades. The tradition is the one week where the Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen take over the NCAA world with their rivalry game. No other games are played on the week as two of the oldest teams face off as both hope to get closer to winning the Commander in Chief’s Trophy, an award given out to the winner of the three-team series between Army, Navy, and Air Force.

NCAA Football Report (Week 15)

The 2012 NCAA Football season officially came to an end with the 113th game between Army and Navy. A longstanding tradition this game takes most of the focus for the last week of the season as they are the only game in between championship week and bowl season. It is one of the most important games on the schedule for simply the historic significance and for both teams it usually means a chance for the Commander in Chief’s Trophy.

NCAA Football Report (Week 15)

The NCAA is a league that has been built on the legends and stories of their long history with rivalry games at the centre of this history. Rivalry games are the heart of the NCAA and the connection to a school but one rivalry overruns all. When a school cheer mentions one opposing team you know that the rivalry is a big deal and that is the case for the Army and Naval Academies.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 9-11)

The Sports world is beginning to enter the winter freeze with less game and less leagues playing before the new year. The weekend will see few games and events but they will be some key events as some leagues begin to wind down and others enter a midway point. Football is beginning to wind down with the NCAA entering their last game of the season and the NFL in the thick of a playoff race.

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