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FILE - This Nov. 9, 1946, file photo shows Army fullback Felix "Doc" Blanchard (35), center left in front of the official, fumbling the ball, in air at center, during the first half against Notre Dame, at Yankee Stadium in New York. Teammate Glen Davis (41), left foreground, recovered the ball. Identifiable Notre Dame players are  Bill Fischer (72) and Jim Martin (38). Back then, Notre Dame and Army were at the top of the sport. Their rivalry was THE rivalry. College football was still a regional game, but the Fighting Irish and Black Knights had national followings. (AP Photo/File)

FILE - This Nov. 9, 1946, file photo shows Army fullback Felix "Doc" Blanchard (35), center left in front of the official, fumbling the ball, in air at center, during the first half against Notre Dame, at Yankee Stadium in New York. Teammate Glen Davis (41), left foreground, recovered the ball. Identifiable Notre Dame players are Bill Fischer (72) and Jim Martin (38). Back then, Notre Dame and Army were at the top of the sport. Their rivalry was THE rivalry. College football was still a regional game, but the Fighting Irish and Black Knights had national followings. (AP Photo/File)

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