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Ailing son of Navy’s offensive coordinator sticks it to Army via ESPN ‘GameDay’ sign

ESPN’s “College GameDay” was in Philadelphia for the Army-Navy game and re-ran its piece from earlier this year on Jarren Jasper, the son of Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper who needs a heart transplant. At the end of the story, ESPN went live to Arnold, Md., where Jarren Jasper will be watching Saturday’s game at […]
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