The annual matchup between Air Force and Army went exactly as expected this year, with the former improving to 7-2 after taking down Army, 17-13. Well, as was also expected, the team took to Twitter after the game to rub the victory in against their rivals, but it turned out they wouldn't be able to do it on their own. Air Force Football's Twitter revealed that Army had actually blocked them on Twitter. So, in somewhat of a pivot, Air Force urged its followers to retweet the post so that Army would see it.

That's a new level of petty if Army just blocked them after the loss.