It's a game they should win, but don't tell Army that




Feb. 7, 2014

By Mike Vaccaro

They will throw the records away Saturday as they always do whenever Army and Navy tussle, regardless of sport, regardless of season. For the past 12 years, that has been the saving grace for Army whenever West Point and Annapolis have met on the football field ... though, truthfully, even pretending to be 0-0 hasn't helped much.

This time, though, it is the Navy men's basketball team that comes to the fray at Christl Arena with the meager numbers, 7-15 overall, just 2-9 in the Patriot League. It is Army that comes in hot, 12-10 and 8-3, winners of 11 of their past 14 games. And that, naturally, has Army head coach Zach Spiker more than a little on edge. Because that's what an Army-Navy game does to both sides of the hyphen.

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