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The Rivalry: Mystery at the Army-Navy Game by John FeinsteinNew York Times bestselling sportswriter John Feinstein investigates a covert op at the Army-Navy football game in this exciting sports mystery.
The Black Knights of Army and the Midshipmen of Navy have met on the football field since 1890, and its a rivalry like no other, filled with tradition.
Teen sports reporters Stevie and Susan Carol have been busy at West Point and Annapolis, getting to know the players and coaches--and the Secret Service agents. Since the president will be attending the game, security will be tighter than tight. Weeks and months have been spent on training and planning and reporting to get them all to this moment. But when game day arrives, the refs arent the only ones crying foul. . . .
John Feinstein has been praised as the best writer of sports books in America today (The Boston Globe), and he proves it again in this fast-paced novel.
Army-Navy Game: Black Knights win 119th meeting
The culmination of the college football regular season is upon us, and that means one thing: the renewal of the annual Army-Navy rivalry. After serving as a punchline for jokes of Navy Midshipmen everywhere in the midst of a year losing streak, the Army Black Knights finally beat the Mids in , then followed that victory up with a win last season on a snow-covered Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Now, with the success of the two programs moving in opposite directions, Army looks poised to take its winning streak over its service academy nemesis to three. The two service academies will meet for the th time on Dec. Once again, the game will be held at Lincoln Financial Field. Despite dropping its last two to Army, the Mids lead the overall series
Both former and current military members will set aside their duties to watch this one football game, over all others. What are they fighting for? It's bragging rights! In , an incident between a Rear Admiral and a Brigadier General, which nearly led to a duel after the Navy victory. President Cleveland called a Cabinet meeting in late February At the end of the meeting, Secretary of the Navy Hillary A. Herbert and Secretary of War, Daniel S.
The storied series between Army and Navy continues Saturday for the th meeting on the football field, but the betting dynamics of the game have changed. For the first time since , Army is favored over Navy. From , Navy beat Army 14 straight times. Army has won the last two meetings as underdog, and last year, and now they take to the field as a favorite for the first time in 18 years. Saturday, Dec.
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Army beat Navy on Saturday, winning its third straight game against the rival Midshipmen and its second consecutive Commander-in-Chief's Trophy in the process. Army put together an yard touchdown drive on its opening possession, and controlled most of the game from that point on as Navy's offense struggled to find success all day long.
Ever since, through those many years of intense cheers, unforgettable plays and climactic moments, the Army-Navy rivalry has been etched into the minds of countless fans and followers. Even the history of the 10 times that the game was not played tells the story of Army-Navy passion. The game was canceled once when Army canceled its entire schedule after the death of Cadet Eugene Byrne in the game against Harvard, twice during World War I on orders from the War Department and , and twice when the academies could not agree on player eligibility standards and Following a reputed incident between a Rear Admiral and a Brigadier General, which nearly led to a duel after the Navy victory, President Cleveland called a Cabinet meeting in late February When the meeting ended, Secretary of the Navy, Hilary A.