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Going deep inside the world of a different college football program each season and following the players and coaches as their respective season-long journeys unfold.

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The team battles their archrivals, the Black Knights of Army.
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The team prepares for the annual Army-Navy game.
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USNA's Midshipmen face off against University of Houston's Cougars.
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The Midshipmen battle rival Notre Dame and the Fighting Irish.
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Navy's Midshipmen host longtime SMU rivals, the Mustangs.
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USNA Midshipmen play Temple Owls in Philadelphia.
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USNA Midshipmen play the Knights of UCF.
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The Midshipmen battle the University of Memphis Tigers.
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USNA Midshipmen take on rival academy USAF Falcons in Annapolis.
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The Midshipmen face off against Tulsa's Golden Hurricane.
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USNA Midshipmen face Cincinnati's Bearcats.
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Navy hosts Tulane's Green Wave in Annapolis.
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Coach Ken Niumatalolo and the USNA Midshipmen take on the Florida Atlantic Owls.
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The Seminoles prepare to meet Michigan in the Capital One Orange Bowl.
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The Seminoles engage in a home turf battle against the Florida Gators.
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The Seminoles travel to Syracuse to play the Orange.
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The Seminoles take the field against the Boston College Eagles.
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The Seminoles go up against North Carolina State's Wolfpack.
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Coach Fisher and the players assess the first half of the season and concentrate on their rival, Clemson.
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Florida State plays the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest.
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The Seminoles battle their arch rivals in Miami.

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