The Army-Navy game is one of the most sacred traditions in college football, and that tradition has a tradition of its own. Navy started wearing special Beat Army uniforms somewhere around the turn of the previous decade, and Army started following suit in 2012.
The release of the Army-Navy Game uniforms is a holiday on any uni-enthusiast's calendar, and Navy hit the proverbial runway on Thursday morning with some uniforms honoring the Roger Staubach-era Midshipmen teams.
Army released their kits on Thursday night, breaking out kits honoring the 1st Cavalry Division, dubbed by Nike as "America's First Team."
2012: Navy 17, Army 13
2013: Navy 34, Army 7
2014: Navy 17, Army 10
2015: Navy 21, Army 17
2016: Army 21, Navy 17
2017: Army 14, Navy 13
2018: Army 17, Navy 10
Which look is your favorite, and why is it the 2017 game?