Army fought off a second-half comeback in order to beat Navy for the first time since 2001.
After swapping leads with Houston throughout the first half, Navy pulled away in the last two quarters to come away with a huge upset by a score of 46-40.
Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds has been crucial to the program’s success this season. The 9-2 team’s spread option offense relies on his abilities to pass and run. When Nissan and ESPN partnered up to allow the fans to determine one Heisman vote, Reynolds received a lot of support. But, for some reason, it takes…
Navy's Keenan Reynolds set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback last night by finding the end zone seven times. Midshipmen coach Ken Niumatalolo would have preferred Reynolds stopped at three, because his fourth allowed a San Jose State comeback that forced Navy to win in triple overtime.
This is the mug shot of a man who had a rough weekend. Austin Hill is accused of getting blindingly drunk at Epcot Center, trying to sneak into Disney's underground tunnels, trying to steal a motorized cart, punching two employees, and hitting a third with a pipe.
The first government shutdown in 17 years is the result of Congress failing to pass a budget; without it, the government doesn't have the authority to spend money on anything but "essential" services. Sports are apparently not among them—the service academies have suspended all sporting events effective today.
A Naval Academy superintendent has reviewed a report about the alleged rape of a female midshipman by three football players and determined the case should proceed.
No charges have been filed, but according to The New York Times, the Naval Academy has confirmed the existence of an ongoing inquiry into allegations that three football players raped a female midshipman at an April 2012 off-campus party. One of the three players has had his graduation and commissioning delayed as a…
Fearless, the life-sized stuffed goat who usually chills out atop his owner's car before Navy games, should not be confused with Bill XXXI, Navy's live goat mascot. But he is a regular fixture at Navy pregames, and he has been kidnapped.
Back in June, we presented video of a man calling himself "Jungle Bird" who invaded Webb Simpson's U.S. Open trophy ceremony with a series of squawks. Jungle Bird showed up again today in Dublin, when he invaded the field to perform a ceremonial jig with a football.
Well, Colorado is east of Idaho, we suppose. And, hey, Thursday night blue turf on ESPN, within, like, a few years. That's something to look forward to, right? Maybe? Anyone? [USA Today]
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Ohio State is graciously allowing a service academy to play football on its field this season and also politely requests that their fans not mercilessly rain boos, slurs and D batteries down upon the Midshipmen as they take the field.
From the invaluable and irreplaceable Every Day Should Be Saturday comes this video, made by cadets at the Naval Academy to pump up their team — we guess — for the game against Notre Dame on Saturday. We're really not sure what we can do with this; should we, like, send them a Penthouse or something?