In case you missed it over the weekend, former George Mason basketball star Tony Skinn and his Nigeria teammates qualified for the London Olympic Games with a win over the Dominican Republic.
Skinn, a starter on the Patriots' 2006 Final Four team, scored eight points and dished out a team-high five assists against the Dominicans.
Nigeria will be in the same group as the United States, highlighted by a matchup against the Americans on August 2.
Could Skinn and the Nigerians pull a George Mason-sized upset? Actually, this one would be more like George Mason knocking off the 1996 Chicago Bulls.
President-elect Donald Trump plans to attend Saturday's Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
Soon to be Commander-In-Chief of all branches of the military, Trump will split his time between the two sidelines, as is customary.
Past presidents have attended the longstanding rivalry game, including President Barack Obama in 2011.
According to ESPN, Navy has beaten Army the last three times presidents have been in the audience. Then again, Navy has won the last 14 consecutive contests anyway.
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On Saturday, Dec. 10, Army and Navy take the field at M&T Bank Stadium in the 117th annual Army-Navy Game, the most prestigious rivalry in college football.
Unlike most other rivalries, which are built on hatred and blind fandom, the Army-Navy Game is one built on competition, sportsmanship and respect.
On Monday afternoon, the Army football program unveiled the World War II-inspired uniforms the Black Knights will wear on Saturday afternoon.
On Tuesday, Navy unveiled its uniforms, and before the game even begins, we have to give the slight edge to Navy in the uniform department.
The Midshipman have won 14 consecutive games against their rivals and hold a 60-49-7 lead in all-time meetings.
The 2016 Army-Navy Game kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 3:00 PM ET on CBS.
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