CBS SPORTS CELEBRATES PAGEANTRY, TRADITION AND HISTORIC IMPORTANCE OF ARMY-NAVY GAME WITH "FOUR SIDES OF THE STORY: ARMY-NAVY"
The third season of CBS Sports' "Four Sides of the Story" franchise rolls on with "Army-Navy" on Saturday, Nov. 9 (2:00 PM, ET) on the CBS Television Network.
The documentary, which continues CBS Sports' celebration of the 150th anniversary of college football, leads into THE DRIVE TO ATLANTA (2:30 PM, ET), COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY (3:00 PM, ET) and the SEC on CBS "Game of the Week" between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama (3:30 PM, ET).
Each FOUR SIDES OF THE STORY episode is told through four unique points of view. "Army-Navy" will expand upon four of the greatest games ever played in this historic rivalry, highlighting the tradition, pageantry and special meaning of a game that is unlike anything else in the world of sports. The four games, along with the unique points of view, are:
· 1944 (During World War II) – Randy Roberts, Author and History Professor at Purdue University
· 1963 (Following the assassination of President John. F. Kennedy) – Roger Staubach, Navy Quarterback and Rollie Stichweh, Army Quarterback
· 2001 (Played in the Aftermath of 9/11) – Brian Zickefoose, Army Captain and Ed Malinowski, Navy Captain
· 2015 (Navy's last win in their historic 14-year winning streak) – Ken Niumatalolo, Navy Head Coach & Keenan Reynolds, Navy Quarterback
Click here for a lift from the documentary.
Kalil Cage produced the documentary. Emilie Deutsch is Vice President of Original Programming & Features, CBS Sports.
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