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It may not be the most high-profile matchup of the season, but Army vs. Navy is one of the best college football games no matter what the year. It is always a must-see game, and that should never change.
It's two teams that play for the love of the game and not the fame. None of them will go onto be professionals in the NFL, but they will be professional heroes and that's what makes this game so great.
Navy must replace do all quarterback Ricky Dobbs, which will not be easy. Never fear, though, for the triple option attack will always be tough to stop, especially with experienced running backs returning for the Midshipmen.
Army lost some key starters from 2010, but they return quarterback Trent Steelman and running back Jared Hassin, to make for a much better offense this year for the Black Knights.
Navy leads the series 55-49-7, and as always, this game will close out the regular season of college football, as they're the lone game on December 10th.
Winner: Army—The Black Knights may have a young unit, but with experienced skill players, they will get revenge on the Midshipmen.