PHOTOS: Navy visits the White House again
As is becoming an annual tradition, Navy was at the White House Friday after winning the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
The Navy football team made its ninth trip to the White House in the last 11 years on Friday, a result of winning yet another Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. Overall the Midshipmen have won the trophy 14 times, which means they're only 19 trophies away from spending more days at the White House than former President William Henry Harrison did.
Look at that, you came for some college football, and you got some Presidential history nuggets. We're well-rounded here at Eye On College Football, and we want you to be to. Anyway, here are some photos from this year's trophy presentation.
One more photo from today pic.twitter.com/KLazsmym2l— Navy Athletics (@NavyAthletics) April 18, 2014
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