Sunday, December 9, 2012

College Football: Army-Navy Classic Yields Familiar Result

Navy defeated Army for the 11th straight year (Photo / uni-watch.com) 
Navy defeated Army for the 11th straight year (Photo / uni-watch.com)

Army senior quarterback Trent Steelman deserved a better result for his efforts as the Black Knights (2-10) fell to the Navy Midshipmen (8-4), 17-13, on Saturday. Steelman rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown while completing 4/5 through the air.

Navy trailed 13-10 in the fourth quarter, but a late touchdown by Navy's standout freshman signal-caller Keenan Reynolds staked Navy to the four-point victory.

With the win, Navy clinched the Commander-in-Chief's trophy outright. Their 2012 season finale is the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on December 29 against the PAC-12's Arizona State (7-5).

At 91, the Carolinas' Oldest Rivalry Shows No Signs of Slowdown

Asheville School's Arbogast Field (Photo / T. Flynn) Note: This article was originally written for the Asheville Citizen-Times A...