Greatest Navy Football Plays Mug: Kennedy's team wins (1963)

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Relive one of the greatest moments in Navy football history with this ceramic 11oz mug depicting this play:


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.


Add a splash of color to your morning coffee or tea ritual! These ceramic mugs not only have a beautiful design on them, but also a colorful rim, handle, and inside, so the mug is bound to spice up your mug rack. - Ceramic - Dishwasher and microwave safe - Height: 3.85" (9.8 cm) - Diameter: 3.35" (8.5 cm) - Black rim, inside, and handle



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Hey Guy
It's a coffee mug

a mug

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Anthony Thissen
Greatest Giants Plays Mug: Manning to Manningham(2012)

I get to remember the Giants beating to Patriots every time I enjoy my morning coffee.

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Daine Griffin
Perfect Reminder

Playbook Products is such a genius idea. Every time you look at the play it takes you back to when you saw it happen. It brings back the joy and excitement. I love this product and will buy more in the future.

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Robert Kim
Poor quality

My coffee mug arrived with a broken handle