The Army/Navy Game remains one of the longest running traditions in American sports. And its 120th edition did not lack luster. The President of the United States attended. Navy, which had recently dominated over the last 20 years found themselves on a three game skid with a class of Midshipmen not tasting victory. Never Fear. Malcolm Perry is here. And how. The Navy QB (which in this case, means guy who ran after it was snapped to him), ran for a record 304 yards on 29 carries. That's called unstoppable. By record-breaking, Perry set a single season Navy rushing record (1804), single season yards record (2831) and had the most rushing yards in the history of the series. He was the best player on the field and now gears up for the Liberty Bowl against Kansas State. Will he lead Navy to their fifth bowl victory in seven years? Our Sportsman of the Week has the desire and the talent.