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Old 12-08-2012, 06:15 PM   #4
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Default Re: ESPN makes ZERO mention of Army/Navy on their website.

I can't share your outrage. I respect and appreciate our soldiers but the Army/Navy game itself is generally not that interesting, often two simple option teams that may as well be playing rugby. Army is 2-9. If I was running ESPN I would give them some mention on the front page as a gesture of respect for the armed forces and the history of that game, but them not mentioning it on the home page doesn't bother me.
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