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- Newspaper headlines of historic Midshipmen games from 1926 onwards
- Free gold embossing and leatherette hardcover binding
- Features genuine articles as originally reported by the Washington Post
- Over 140 pages featuring 12.5 x 15 inches (newspaper size) of quality content
- Historic Navy Midshipmen memorabilia
2015 was a landmark year in the history of the United States Naval Academy football team; after 136 years playing independently, the Midshipmen joined the American Athletic Conference, finishing the season with the joint-best record for good measure. Only two college teams have played more games of football than Navy, and now, with our new Navy Football history book, you can relive some of the Midshipmen’s greatest encounters, in Annapolis and beyond, beginning in 1926.
Arguably the most famous Navy team was the 1910 outfit, which went undefeated without being scored on, compiling an aggregate score of 99-0 over 9 games. Sixteen years later, the 1926 team were selected as National Champions after new coach Bill Ingram guided them to an unbeaten season. The Midshipmen reached their first ever conference championship games in 2016, ultimately losing to Temple. In the 1960s Navy had two Heisman Trophy winners: Joe Bellino and Roger Staubach.
To see which of the Midshipmen’s biggest moments are featured in this newspaper book, take a look at the contents.
Personalizing Your Navy Football Book
The person you’re buying for will feel truly special as you can include their Name on the opening page of the book along with a personalized Message. Your loved one can nostalgically dive into the history of Navy football in a special book created just for them! What’s more, their name will be embossed on the leatherette cover free of charge.
Please do not use accents or symbols/emojis as we cannot print these. Be sure to double check your name and message.