Sometimes it's not about an entire game. Sometimes it's not about being the best athlete on the field. Sometimes it's about making a play. A play that will live in history. That helps your team win. In one of the biggest rivalries in college sports. That's our Sportsman of the Week. From 2002 to 2015, the Navy Midshipmen dominated the Army Navy game. That's from just a year after 9/11 through nearly the last year of Barack Obama's presidency. In fact, our Sportsman of the Week was only 6 years old when Army won before their upset in 2016. But was it an upset? Because they won again in 2017. John Voit was a big reason why. With Navy leading 10-7, the best athlete on the field Malcolm Perry cleared most of the Army defense on his way to what looked like a 57 yard TD run to put Navy up 17-7 early in the third quarter. But senior defensive lineman John Voit took the perfect angle and stopped Perry from scoring. The 6'3" Montana native ran down the speedy Perry and got him by a shoelace. Or splashed snow on his cleat. Whatever it was, Navy settled for a field goal. And never scored again. Army scored a TD to win 14-13. Voit's football career is likely over after the bowl game. He'll likely never suit up again. But for one day, he stopped Navy. And gave Army a win. History will remember this. As will our Blog, as he is our Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!