One of the best rivalries in all sports got started off on the right note on Saturday, with Army and Navy supporters being greeted by a special guest at Lincoln Financial Field.
President Donald Trump took the field before the game to handle the coin toss, in what was a pretty powerful moment, given that it came after a moment of silence for deceased former President H.W. Bush.
This particular tradition began in 1901, when Theodore Roosevelt did the coin toss before Army and Navy squared off. Trump is the 10th president to do the deed, and it was great to see him there.