I'm going to bend some criteria this week for Sportsman of the Week. Normally I choose star players with big numbers in important games who came out victorious. This week, I'm going to choose a quarterback that lost the game. Unfortunately to a rival. For the fourth straight time. But exemplifies the spirit of sport, and what it means to compete, and be an outstanding young man. I am referring to Trent Steelman, quarterback for Army, who has started since his freshman year, and been on the losing end against Navy now 4 straight games (4 year starter). Navy has won 11 straight against the Cadets, further adding to the burn. Steelman completed 4 of 5 passes for 48 yards and ran for another 96 yards (on 17 carries) including a TD. But it was his senior poise and decision making that led Army to outgain the Midshipmen 418 yards to 297. It was just a couple of inopportune turnovers and critical 4th down conversions that didn't work out. Steelman was distraught on the sideline after the game, but answered all questions in the post-game press conference and will be a fine young man representing our great country in what is sure to be a very successful military career. I know beating Navy is all he's thought about for 4 years, but he is a proud representative of Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week.