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And it was in 2011 that Rutgers last played both teams in the same year; Rutgers won both during a 9-4 season, Greg Schiano’s last as coach of the Knights. As of right now, there are no future games scheduled between Rutgers and either academy. In fact, they have the sites chosen through 2022, including a Dec. Navy leads the series 60-50-7, with the first Army-Navy football game played on Nov. Navy started playing football in 1879 and defeated the newly established Army team, 24-0.Army won last year to break a 14 game win streak for the midshipmen. A side note from the year before: JFK’s widow, Jacqueline, insisted that the game be played despite the president’s assassination just days before. And it resulted in the third tie in the series’ history, a 21-21 deadlock.Derek Mason gets bonus points for using emojis instead of the hashtag in a recent lack of respect tweet: #Here SC (South Carolina) — Nothing gets you more excited for football season than #Here SC, right?

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The Cadets won, 27-6 while the Middies earned a 20-12 victory.

But the close of the war saw the game back in Philly after a one year stint in Baltimore. Saturday, December 9, 2017 Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia Gates Open: am March-On: pm Kick-Off: pm TV Coverage: CBS Radio Coverage: Westwood One (National) For further Game Day Information, please click here.

And it was during this era and through around 1950, that the academies, especially Army, had their greatest success.

#Mizzou Made (Missouri) — Gary Pinkel incessantly refers to his program’s slogan any chance he gets. According to Pinkel’s website (yup, he has one), #Mizzou Made is “ #12th Man (Texas A&M) — Kevin Sumlin’s recruiting-inspired #Yessir is picking up steam, but falls short in comparison to the Aggies’ historic #12th Man, an almost century-old slogan stolen by the Seattle Seahawks.

The 12th Man references Texas A&M’s students/crowd as an additional ‘player’ when the Aggies are on the field.

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