Relive four of the greatest moments in Navy football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2012 Army-Navy Game vs Army - Decade of Dominance
1996 Aloha Bowl vs California - Fay's winning TD
2007 Regular Season vs Notre Dame - Ending the streak
1963 Army-Navy Game vs Army - Kennedy's team wins
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2012 Army-Navy Game
Decade of Dominance
Navy vs Army
17 - 13
8 December, 2012
In the 2000s Navy has been the clearly better team in the Army Navy rivalry. Navy has not lost since 2001 and in 2012 they capped a decade of dominance with this win over Army. Late in the 4th Navy was trailing by a field goal but had driven 70 yards and set up a first and goal. Navy QB Keenan Reynolds kept the ball and ran 10 yards for the TD, securing the win.
1996 Aloha Bowl
Fay's winning TD
Navy vs California
42 - 38
25 December, 1996
In 1996 Navy got a big bowl win over California in the Aloha Bowl. Trailing by 10 entering the 4th, back-up QB Ben Fay led Navy on two touchdown drives and the Navy defense held California scoreless for the win. The game-winning touchdown was a fake from Fay, who ran it in from the 10 yard line.
2007 Regular Season
Ending the streak
Navy vs Notre Dame
46 - 44
3 November, 2007
Navy and Notre Dame have a long storied rivalry but Navy had not beaten Notre Dame in 43 games prior to this one. Determined to turn the tables, Navy took Notre Dame into triple overtime. Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada found Reggie Campbell on the first play of 3OT for a 25 yd touchdown and then threw to him again for the 2-point conversion. Notre Dame answered with a touchdown but Navy stuffed their 2-point conversion attempt, giving Navy the hard-fought win.
1963 Army-Navy Game
Kennedy's team wins
Navy vs Army
21 - 15
7 December, 1963
The 1963 team is considered the best Navy team ever. The team went undefeated in the regular season and Roger Staubach won the Heisman trophy. The final season of the regular game was the always heated Army-Navy game. To add extra gravitas, the game followed the JFK assassination and the nation was looking for a reason to cheer. Navy gave them a reason with Pat Donnelly scoring three touchdowns, including this 20 yard run in the 4th. Army fought back, getting within a touchdown and then down to Navy's 2 yard line, but Army couldn't get their last play off before the clock ran out. The win sent Navy on to face Texas in the Cotton Bowl.