We here (and by we I mean I) are huge Navy fans. I'm from Annapolis originally and I've gone to all the home games this year and in years past. I know and love this 2010 team.
Tonight is the final time this team is together. And it's the final game for a senior class that has a special place in any Navy fan's heart. QB Ricky Dobbs, SS Whatt Middleton, FB Vince Murray, and Jabaree Tuani. Just to name a few of the key players.
The reason why this class is so well regarded is because they won. They have won like no other class has in recent Navy Football history and they have done it with class.
But enough with the brown-nosing on my end. This has been a very frustrating game to watch as a Navy fan. That is mostly because it's been the same tune, different song so far. Navy has always has a tough time stopping teams, especially though the air. I don't know if it's an athletic problem or a scheme problem but that has been the biggest problem for the Midshipmen. The other problem lies with the size of their lineman on defense (and to a lesser extent, offense). The Naval Academy has a weight limit which hinders their ability to recruit those Beef O' Brady Boys to play Noseguard. The 4 yr. service commitment also doesn't help much. It has shown out in Whale Vagina (Internet points to you guys who get the reference) tonight. When