Discussion in 'Football' started by HisIceness, Dec 7, 2018.
Army has won the last two after losing 14 straight.
And, who will win the Heisman?
For the first time in a long time, Army seems to have the better team (9-2 vs. 3-9), but you can throw the records out the window
Take the under.
And I think Murray wins.
...and, sadly, for the last time this year...
THEY ARE COMING. TO OUR CITY!!
Thank you Rece, Desmond Lee, Herbie, Maria and BEAR
Army Navy always a good game. Murray should win it, but it wouldn't surprise me if it goes to Tua because... Alabama.
Yeah, I always dig Army-Navy. And I understand nobody asked, but I don't like the blacked out uniforms, matte helmets Army is wearing. No personality..
Gary with absolutely brilliant analysis on how Army can win. No negative plays, no turnovers, no penalties. Man, that’s like, wow CBS must be shelling out the big bucks for that kind of expert insight.
Gary is terrible.
That lei looks like it has cucumbers on it
Great play design there, Navy finding spots in this Army defense
Uh oh, a negative play, and now it is 4th down and Army has to punt.
Don't run negative plays.
Army to punt, Navy to win or lose on this next drive.
Edit, I misread the Navy score. They could tie
This game is pretty much always awful.
Big hit. 4th down for Navy
Trickeration just cost Navy their quarterback, who Navy finally showed a pulse on offense since he came in
I'm all for being aggressive, but I think they had to punt there.
Army needs turnovers!
Disagree. I think Army was going to wear them down.
If they were going for it on 4th down, they should've just called time out and brought in the QB they wanted.
First and goal, that should just about do it.
I'd rather put my defense (who had been playing pretty well) on the field than try to convert a 4th and 12.
That's called a winning streak.
LOL Gary wanted Army to not score. Not how the math worked out, dude.
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