Thanks. I knew they're not wearing normal military uniforms, but I was wondering if some of them were simply graduates wearing their old uniforms for the occasion, or if they were all students.
Army v. Navy Game Thread
No active-duty officer would be caught dead in his cadet/middie stuff. Against regs and highly unprofessional.
edit: a Navy officer could get away with it because the Navy uniforms are the same, just with different insignia. Can't say for sure but I think the gray Army coats are cadet-only.
Air Force and Naval Academies wear regulation uniforms for the most part. West Points are completely different from Active Duty Army. Echo the point about active duty officers not being caught dead in cadet gear, just would never happen.
Wow Army should have been throwing all game
Come on Army you can do this!!
This is excrutiating for Army fans. Soooo close to breaking the last few plays...
jeez feel bad for the army team.
Glad for the hometown Middies, but what a terrible way to lose.
That being said, 12 years in a row!
Oh man. I mean, go Navy, but that just sucks.
What a cryin shame. I was really pulling for the Black Knights.
And what's worse is we have to listen to Danielson pontificate. That guy could mess up a train wreck.
"I don't root for anybody" - GD
Oh that's funny.
What a shame. This game was headed for an incredible finish.
That's just a terrible way to end the game. Terrible, terrible terrible.
Damn! Someone needs to find the voodoo doll that Navy has been using and burn it. At some point Navy's luck has to run out.
Gotta feel for Steelman and it's going to be tough to beat Navy in the next few years with that young QB they have.
Damn.....I don't have any ties to either Army or Navy, but I wanted Army to win. A 10 year drought is too long for one of the greatest rivalries in football.
Army beat itself tonight. They had opportunities but just couldn't capitalize. Its unfortunate, but that's football.
Yea, they'd have been lining up for the winning kick had they not missed the one on their previous possession.
I don't have any ties either but I feel horrible for Army's QB.
This all being said, I'm dying to go to an Army-Navy game with my Dad one year. The tradition and pageantry of this game is unparalleled. Does anyone know from previous experience how easy it is to get tickets, or more importantly, how expensive it is?
Boy, I hope CBS doesn't go and try and find Steelman for an interview. It seems like the sort of dick thing a network would do.
Geeze they could have left the camera off the kid for a second at least.
wow the speaker at the linc is awful
3 years in a row we beat ourselves. Embarrassing.
CBS needs to stop showing Steelman every 10seconds. The dude is obviously taking it hard, stop showing it on national tv.
Dang... I wanted Army to break the streak. Truely a crappy way to lose the game. Really felt like Army had the momentum and were gonna score that last drive until they fumbled. Can't fumble the ball that much...
Heartache for Army ( I was rooting for them), but one can't deny that those who tuned in witnessed a classic CFB battle.
Next up, Bowl season!
11 in a row! Go Mids!