[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJRtlKHpYQ4&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - GA Tech players honor Air Force after game[/ame] After Air Force defeated the Yellowjackets 14-7, Johnson, the former head coach of Navy, asked his players to honor their opponents by standing behind the servicemen on the field during the playing of the Air Force Academy Alma Mater. Johnson: “I told our guys they needed to go down there and honor them by standing there for their alma mater. You got to have a lot of respect for what they do. They’re going to serve and protect our country. It’s disappointing that we lost the game but it was the right thing to do.” Air Force Coach Troy Calhoun: “How do you not tip your cap to these (Georgia Tech) guys? It’s not required, it’s not an obligation. It’s not that it’s something that they expect … that means a lot to them (Air Force players).” Too often we’re more concerned with our rights than our obligations. What Tech did should be added to the latter.