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December 1, 2015
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George Foster-67
Larry Walker-49
Reggie Sanders-48

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Michael Raffl-27
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1945: President Harry Truman is on hand as Army and Navy play for the first time after World War II in Philadelphia. Led by the running of Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard the Cadets build a 20-0 lead in the first quarter. Army would go on to win the game 32-13 to capture their second straight unbeaten National Championship. Davis would go on to capture the Heisman Trophy, with Blanchard winning in 1946.
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NHL vs Van
25 Save Shutout

Garret Sparks
Maple Leafs

NHL vs Edm
24 Save Shutout

DeMarcus Cousins

NBA vs Dal
31 pts, 9 reb, 6 ast
Good Grief
It has been two decades since the Cleveland Browns stunned their fans by announcing a move to Baltimore. A deal would be made for the city to keep the Browns history, while the old Browns became the Baltimore Ravens. The new Browns debuted in 1999 and have been nothing short of a disaster ever since. The Ravens, meanwhile have been quite successful, as a perennial playoff contender winning two Super Bowls. The Ravens have struggled this season and held a 3-7 record facing the 2-8 Browns on Monday Night Football. Despite, being without their three most important offensive players and their top defensive player all suffering season ending injuries throughout the season, the Ravens held a 27-20 lead in the fourth quarter. The Browns would rally to tie and appeared to be heading for a win with Travis Coons setting up for a 50-yard Field Goal with three seconds left. The kick was block and returned 64 yards by Will Hill for a stunning touchdown as the Ravens won 33-27.
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