Listen: Navy, United States Air Force Academy And Basketball discussed on Drive Time Sports
"Good afternoon from John Claude arena, your United States Air Force academy where it's time for air force women's basketball. Not just any air force women's basketball game navy's in town and air force and the meds will square off here in just a few minutes. Fifteenth meeting all time in a series that in recent years has been dominated by navy. I'm Jay Ritchie courtside for the falcons and navy today. Air force comes in with four wins and four losses. Navy comes in with three wins and three losses. As I mentioned earlier, though, it's air force and navy and not just any kind of sporting event, you know, for the past few years Davy has been the best surface navy women's basketball has been the best of the service academy women's basketball team's got three NCAA tournament appearances three w NIT tournament appearances in the last ten years. The record kind of speaks for itself. Army has been off and on. They've had some good years. They've got some down years air force. Well, for the falcons three four wins a year over the last several years has been about all they had to show for their efforts this year, it's early December. And they have four wins already at four and four one of those four wins came about two weeks ago at West Point over army. So in theory, you could say that air force today is going for the commander in chief trophy a basketball in this game against navy. We'll have it for you in just a few minutes. We'll take a break and come back after a timeout with USAA pre-game show on the air force IMG sports network, presented by USAA. Showing up to the party empty-handed is not an option either is compromising on."