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Army and Navy first met on the field on November 29, 1890, and have met annually since 1930. They have faced one another a total of 120 times with Navy winning 61, Army 52, and 7 ties.
The Midshipmen have dominated the series over recent years they won 14 straight meetings from 2002 to 2015. The Black Knights then took the next three matchups and last year, Navy won again.
Instead of being played at a neutral site such as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. or Baltimore, Md., Army (7-2) will host Navy (3-6) on Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium at West Point, N.Y, with President Donald Trump scheduled to be in attendance, according to Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk.
It is the first time since 1943, during another global crisis (World War II) that the game will be played at one of the service academies' home fields.
The Middies enter this storied matchup on a four-game SU slide, going 1-3 ATS. The Black Knights are on a 5-1 SU run, going 3-3 ATS. Once again, neither offense passes the ball with any success. You know you’re going to get a healthy dose of rushing here. Army has the far better ground game, ranking 3rd, and accounting for over 296.3 YPG on the ground.
Being that they both run the triple-option, you would think they both are good at defending it. Normally this is true but this year, Navy has been getting trampled for over 212.6 YPG on the ground. Army owns one of the stingiest run defenses in college football.
With this game being played at West Point, it only adds to the Black Knights already existing advantage.
The Midshipmen are 0-4-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings at Army and 1-4-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings overall vs. Army. At a TD, Army is the play.
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