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Old 12-10-2017, 01:55 PM
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Default Army bulldozed navy 14-13 yah!!

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Old 12-10-2017, 03:32 PM
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That's two in-a-row. Not quite the same as the streak the Navy had prior to last year ...
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Old 12-10-2017, 03:37 PM
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That's two in-a-row. Not quite the same as the streak the Navy had prior to last year ...
I'm surprised ARMY gets players at all. Not too many primadonna footieball players these days are gona sign up for a school that almost guarantees they'll get shot at for the next four years after they gruaduate. NAVY and Air Force - or civy schools are much safer to play "hero" in!
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Wasn't there an Army graduate about 20 years ago that was allowed to opt out of his military contract to play NFL football?
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I think they can get drafted to the nfl out of the academies but need to go reserves to fulfill their obligation.
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That sounds fair.
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There are a few strange rules about that. First, they have to get a waiver. Then, if it is approved and they are drafted they have to make the team or the practice squad. If they don't, it is back to active duty. If they make the squad or the practice squad they get to do the reserve thing. The catch is that a player can only be on the practice squad for three years if I recall correctly, then they have to make the 53 man roster or go back to active duty as I understand it.
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