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  • Retired Naval Academy Goat Mascot, Bill 33, Dead At 14

    TMZ "Tragic news coming out of Annapolis -- retired Navy football goat mascot, Bill 33, has died, the Academy announced Thursday. He was 14. Bill 33 -- AKA "Blue Eyes" -- recently battled age-related health issues that would not improve ... and was euthanized in his Navy home..." January 07

  • Air Force, Navy to play on 20th anniversary of September 11

    Sportsnaut "Air Force and Navy have altered the date of next year’s game to Sept. 11, a decision that recognizes the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The teams originally were scheduled to play on Oct. 2. “We will use this nationally televised opportunity to..." December 22

  • Crowd ERUPTS After The President Shows Up For The 121st Army-Navy Game

    Total Pro Sports "Today is the final time President Trump will be showing up to the Army-Navy game, at least for the next four years. On Saturday, the President came out to the field before the 121st Army-Navy game and the crowd erupted in cheers. In fact, they began chanting USA. " December 12

  • Army invites its first Black varsity football player, Gary Steele, to Navy game

    ESPN "Fans won't be allowed at the Army-Navy football game at West Point on Saturday because of COVID-19 restrictions, but Army athletic director Mike Buddie made an exception for Gary Steele. Steele, a retired colonel, was one of about 30 Black students at the academy in the mid-1960s..." December 11

  • Army and Navy pay tribute to rich traditions with uniforms for 121st matchup

    USA Today "The United States Military Academy and the Naval Academy unveiled their jerseys Tuesday for this year's annual Army-Navy football game, both of which honor the rich history of each institution. Army's jersey will honor the soldiers of the 25th Infantry..." December 01

  • USF-Navy game postponed due to COVID-19

    Yardbarker "The Navy Midshipmen just can't get back on the football field.  On Wednesday, the South Florida Bulls confirmed that they won't be able to play Navy this coming Saturday, as scheduled, because of positive COVID-19 tests and subsequent..." November 18