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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2011
This year's Army-Navy game will be the focus if a two-hour docu-drama co-produced by Showtime and CBS Sports. Showtime's cameras are spending six months in full-access, backstage coverage of the two academies and their teams in advance of the the game, according to the cable channel. The docu-drama will premiere Dec. 21 on Showtime, 10 nights after the game, which airs on CBS. A preview on the making of the docu-drama will air Nov. 23 on Showtime. Viewers can get their first look at the material on Oct. 17 when CBS.com launches a 10-part web series.
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SPORTS
By Sports Digest | December 14, 2009
Devin Jones (Old Mill) matched his season high with 21 points, helping Salisbury (4-5) end a two-game losing streak with an 86-71 men's basketball victory over Maryland Bible in the consolation game of the CNU Classic at Christopher Newport. Greg Palmer added 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Mike Maczko (John Carroll) had 10 points and 10 rebounds. College football: CBS Sports' coverage of the Army-Navy game on Saturday earned an overnight household rating/share of 4.2/10, up 75 percent from last year's 2.4/6.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell , The Washington Post | December 11, 2009
Whenever he gets the chance, Army coach Rich Ellerson watches the football teams from Navy and Georgia Tech on television. He does so partly because of his long-standing friendships with those teams' coaches, Ken Niumatalolo and Paul Johnson. But Ellerson is also curious; his team, like Niumatalolo's and Johnson's, employs the triple-option offense. "We try to see what kind of answers people are coming up with [to defend it] along the way," said Ellerson, who's in his first season as Army's head coach.
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By Kevin Cowherd | December 10, 2009
G o ahead and tell me why you don't think the Army-Navy football game is a big deal anymore. No BCS glamour teams? No Heisman Trophy candidates? Nobody who'll be decked out in a pricey designer suit and jabbering into a cell phone when the TV cameras show him as a top pick in the next NFL draft? Not enough big-time atmosphere, not enough glitz - that's your problem with the Army-Navy game? If so, you're missing the whole point of the best pure rivalry in college sports, which takes place for the 110th time Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | June 10, 2009
M&T Bank Stadium will play host in 2014 and 2016 to the Army-Navy football game, a rivalry long associated with Philadelphia that is expected to generate as much as $22 million per game for the Baltimore-area economy. The annual, tradition-rich game will also come for the first time in 2011 to FedEx Field in Landover, home of the Washington Redskins. It was last played in Baltimore in 2007. Baltimore, which has been host four times since the series began in 1890, had particularly sought the 2014 game, which will coincide with the bicentennial celebration of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | May 21, 2009
M&T Bank Stadium is expected to host at least one Army-Navy football game - and perhaps more - as the schools seek sites for future games, according to officials familiar with the process. The committee of representatives from the Naval Academy and West Point could announce sites for games after 2009 by week's end, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because selections have not been finalized. Baltimore had previously learned it was among four finalists, competing with Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field - which will host this year's game - as well as FedEx Field in Landover and the new Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The committee is examining bids for games from 2010 to 2014.
NEWS
By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,susan.reimer@baltsun.com | January 5, 2009
My husband and I were standing in an enormous human bottleneck outside Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, waiting to clear security and take our seats at last month's Army-Navy game - President Bush was attending - when we came to the same conclusion. We'd driven a little over two hours to get there, and then we sat in traffic for 45 minutes. While waiting to go through the metal detectors, we missed all the pre-game pageantry, the kickoff and the first score. We were cold and hungry.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | December 21, 2008
WASHINGTON - As Navy cornerback Rashawn King raced toward the end zone after scooping up a fumble in the first quarter of yesterday's EagleBank Bowl at RFK Stadium, an interesting thought went through his head. "I'm thinking I've got to get those yards that I didn't get against Pitt, everybody's been telling me," said King, who had a 91-yard return on an interception against Pittsburgh this season. "I was glad I got those back. I've never been in the end zone before. I felt like Shun White feels a little bit."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | December 6, 2008
Bobby Ross understood the nature of the Army-Navy rivalry long before he took over coaching the Black Knights in 2004. Ross grew up knowing that his father passed up an appointment to West Point because of the Depression. Ross later served in the Army, coached at The Citadel and saw one of his sons graduate from the Naval Academy. But it was after the first of Ross' three seasons at West Point that the essence of the rivalry was driven home. It happened at the funeral of former Army football star Glenn Davis in March 2005.
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