For years, Army vs. Navy has been a standalone game in the college football world, played the week after the conference championship games and the week before the bowl season starts up.

But with the 12-team College Football Playoff coming to the college football world this year, that will no longer be the case.

There will now be two bowl games - the Camellia Bowl and the Celebration Bowl - played on the same day as the Army vs. Navy game in 2024.

College football fans are not happy.

"I’m so torn. More college football is always good but this just feels so unamerican," one fan wrote.

"First they came for the Big 12, and I did not speak out because I was not a Big 12. Then they came for the Pac 12, and I did not speak out because I was not a Pac 12. Then they came for Army Navy and there was no one left to speak for Army Navy," one fan added.

"WHY? Is there ANYTHING the TV Execs won’t do to further try and ruin the sport?" one fan added.

"We used to be a proper country," another fan added.

"The people who run college football hate college football the tv networks hate college football," one fan added.

Now, Army vs. Navy will still have a standalone TV window, but it won't be the only game played that day.

How do you feel about the controversial decision?

2024-06-10T16:47:01Z dg43tfdfdgfd