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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Raymond Maples
It's the biggest game of his college career — against archrival Navy — and the Army running back will have to watch from the sidelines on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in his hometown of Philadelphia, wondering what might have been.
"I caught the ball and tried to jump and it popped," said Maples, who had 23 carries for 123 yards this season. "I thought it would be fine, but the next day it got extremely swollen. I didn't think it was that bad, but when the MRI came back the doctors were shocked."
"It's been humbling," said Maples, who suffered a rare tendon avulsion in his right leg against Stanford in the third game of the season and has been out of the lineup since.