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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Travis Bridges
Travis Bridges sat in an offensive line meeting in March, unaware that the latest unforeseen twist in his young life was about to unfold.
Besides a few plays here and there in high school, Navy's Travis Bridges had virtually no experience on defense.
Coach Ken Niumatalolo called Bridges, who was poised to contend for playing time at guard, into his office to inform the rising junior that he would switch to defense.
"Before I even finished, he said, 'Take it.'