5 Reasons Navy will beat Maryland

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5 Reasons Navy will beat Maryland

The start of a new College football season always brings a certian level of excitment. This year of course will be no exception especially in the state of Maryland.

A rivalry that does not get renewed enough will take place at M&T Bank Stadium when the Terps play the Mids. Both programs have a storied football past but unfortunately not with each other.

Navy and Maryland first met on the football field in 1905 with Navy scoring the victory 17-0. Navy dominated the early years against Maryland in fact the Terps did not score a point until their 6th game against the Midshipmen.

Navy and Maryland played off and on until the incident in the 1964 game between the two. Maryland player Jerry Fishman flipped off the Brigade of Midshipmen, the next year 1965 was the last time they played until 2005.

A lot has changed in this rivalry and even though these two havent played each other a lot the bad blood is there and bragging rights are on the line.

So no reason to wait any longer here are the reasons Navy will beat Maryland on Labor Day.

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