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The Dec. 10 Army-Navy game is approaching, which means it’s Spirit Spot time. Here’s the newest ones from the sea service. Let us know in the comments which ones you like the best. Video 1: The Allstate parody [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1zEgZq2R1Y[/youtube] Not a bad video, little strange, but great use of bag-pipes. Grade: B Video 2: Dodge Challenger parody [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlVZhlaKbKA[/youtube] Again, not a bad video, but having a Challenger would’ve been nice. Also, who owns the Aston Martin? Grade: B- Video 3: Stop animation [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkRQRRRE4WU[/youtube] Very creative, although pushpin violence never solves any problems. Grade: B- Video 4: The Wobble [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtQJqny3aL8[/youtube] Nice…

Here’s a quick video of Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs after the Midshipmen’s win this past Saturday. He’s now a man on a mission to get Navy to 10 wins. [brightcove video=”710865212001″ /] And here’s video of Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo’s press conference after the game. [brightcove video=”710865209001″ /] Added Bonus: Quotes from Navy’s senior offensive tackle Jeff Battipaglia and sophomore slotback John Howell. [brightcove video=”711320662001″ /]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvo8ou46gQw[/youtube] As Navy safety Wyatt Middleton lifted up the ball and trotted into the endzone following his first half 98-yard fumble recovery, he said he had the Spirit Spot filmed by two West Point professors on his mind. That’s all the After Action team needed to hear. The Shake Weight is crowned king of Spirit Spots for the 111th edition of the Army-Navy game. Notice at the end how Army majors Stephen Hamilton and Chris Miller dubbed over Middleton’s voice much like those Coors Light commercials. Apparently Middleton didn’t appreciate the humor. He said he added a little bit of…

The sixth straight class of cadets will graduate and get commissioned this spring without witnessing a win over Navy. It’s bordering on ridiculous and frankly it’s hurting a proud rivalry. Army certainly had its chances. Navy quarter back Ricky Dobbs did everything he could to keep Army in the game by committing four turnovers, but led by their defense, Navy again dominated the young Black Knights. The turning point of the game was Navy safety Wyatt Middleton’s 98-yard fumble return in the second quarter when it looked like Army would drive into the endzone to trail the Midshipmen by only…

Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs refuses to allow Army to fall out of this game. With Navy driving in Army territory to put the final stake in the Black Knights’ heart, Dobbs committed his fourth turnover of the game by throwing an interception to Army safety Richard King in the endzone. Army started off the second half strong, marching down the field before the drive stalled and settling for a 42-yard field goal. Army should consider having the kicker to double duty because their punter has been abysmal all game. Army quarterback Trent Steelman didn’t look injured in the third quarter…

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