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A Civil War: Army vs. Navy - A Year Inside College Football's Purest Rivalry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2008

    A must read for football fans

    John Feinstein gives an excellent portrail to one of college footballs greatest traditions. In addition to giving his readers an insight to the Army-Navy rivalry itself, Feinstein also gives you and in depth analysis to the players who played in this timeless game on both sidelines in the particular season of 1994. Also, you get a good idea to what the day to day challenges these players faced at challenging academic institutions such as West Point and the US Naval Academy, not to mention stay at a competitive level of football. In the end, anyone who reads this book will find a new respect for the Army-Navy rivalry and the men who play in it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2001

    FOOTBALL AT THE MILITARY ACADEMIES

    THIS IS A RECOMMENDED READING; HOWEVER, I THOUGHT THAT THE NEGATIVE COMMENTS ON THE AIR FORCE PROGRAM WERE WITHOUT WARRANT. IT IS TOUGH ENOUGH TO PLAY FOOTBALL AT THE MILITARY ACADEMIES--AND KNOCKING THE AIR FORCE PROGRAM WHICH HAS DONE EXTREMELY WELL IN THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS WAS NOT NECESSARY. THE FACT THAT A SERVICE ACADEMY IS DOING GOOD, BE IT ARMY, NAVY OR AIR FORCE SHOULD BE COMMENDED.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2000

    A very good read but......

    This book is very good except it jumps from army to navy in way that is confusing and hard to follow.

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