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Why the Army Navy Game still means something

Why the Army Navy Game still means something

Hyped by on December 12, 2013 Website: www.bloguin.com

Philadelphia has always been a pro sports town, but for one week a year the City of Brotherly Love rolls out the red carpet for college football's best annual tradition, the Army Navy Game.

For most college football fans, myself included, the Army Navy Game serves as a way to put the game in to its proper perspective. This is the one game of the year not clouded in controversy, polluted by scandal or threatened by a constant need to debate. More importantly, we are reminded that the young men playing a simple game are preparing for much more in life, something with much greater meaning than most fans will keep in mind on a regular fall Saturday.

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