Bobby Doyle: Navy Strong
Our January 2007 issue featured Bobby Doyle on the cover, and his performance since that time is proof that there is no sports jinx associated with being on the cover of BFS Magazine. Case in point: the 2008 meeting between the Air Force Academy and the Naval Academy.
One of the most emotional sports rivalries in college football is between the service academies, and this was still he case when the Midshipmen visited the Falcons on October 4. The Falcons were having a great year with a high-powered offense while the Midshipmen were struggling, but they say that anything can happen in a service academy game.
Although Navy had not blocked a punt for a touchdown in nine years, in this game Navy blocked two, and one player who scooped the ball up and ran to the end zone for six points was Bobbie Doyle, the son of BFS Clinician Bob Doyle.
Those two scores helped the Midshipmen win 33-27 against their service academy rival for the sixth straight time and put them in the driverís seat for another Commander in Chiefís trophy, awarded to the best of the three service academies.
Congratulations, Cadet Doyle!
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