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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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  1. 1

    Corey Chitwood

    Agreed. Outstanding. Just Outstanding.

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  2. 2

    t. rissle

    this game was fun unlike the dumpster fire on sunday.

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    Tick Tock

    Spot on in your assessment.
    The sheer joy and delirium of Navy sprinting on the field after the poor kid for Army pulled that kick was awesome! Nothing like it in the NFL.
    You would of thought they just won the SB. Sprinkle in snow and it was must see TV.

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      Benjamin

      Other way around…Army won…Navy lost

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    coastalsteve

    As a Navy veteran (enlisted in submarines), I was sad to lose, but proud of Every Single Moment of that game. Ring knockers can be a PIA – but true sportsmanship, camaraderie and pride in country is a joy to watch.

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    t. rissle

    uniform talk: I think the Dolphin’s jersey lettering is pretty cool, the last names being in what looks like big 70’s print.

    (yes, first time I seen a fins game all year)

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    Tony Beres

    I got the bucket list chance last year to attend the Army/Navy game in Baltimore. It was cold and windy, but we got to the stands a couple of hours early to watch the procession of the Midshipman and Cadets. AWESOME. It was a experience like no other, well worth the trip. I am already trying to save up to go to another one.

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    Todd

    This is definitely a buck list event if you are a college football fan. I went to the game in 2014 in Baltimore. My nephew was a senior at Army (non player). Just being around all the alumni and everything around the event was cool. Very different then your typical college game day, and most definitely not your typical college students.

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  8. 8

    Steve

    Well said, Czabe. So glad you are there to see it and write about it.

    Steve
    USMA ’86

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    John

    Army/Navy is football at the base level with class personified. The coaches, players, administration, etc. My buddy is the Army HC and I’m filled with pride.

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  10. 10

    Clonemaster Sluggo

    Can’t anyone wear their regular uniforms? More damned clown costumes.

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    Tom

    My son is Army ’12 and my wife and I went the the game at FedEx Field several years ago. It was a great experience from start to finish and Army (almost) won! It was a long wait for them but now they have 2 in a row! Call us butter… cuz we’re on a ROLL.

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