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Cadets take a crack at Midshipmen
What's a rivalry without a little trash talk? Army-Navy may be an esteemed contest with an extensive history, but that doesn't stop the fan bases from taking jabs at each other. Best GameDay signs
Carrying the flag
An Army cadet signals his fellows as the grey-clad student body marches onto the field ahead of the Army-Navy game. Top CFB photos of 2015
Ivan Maisel, Travis Haney and Adam Rittenberg talk about Derrick Henry's Heisman victory, if it could begin a trend of RB dominance, the coaching carousel, Army-Navy and more.
Nothing but sympathy for Army
Army and Navy are two of the biggest rivals the sport of college football has to offer, but lately the matchup has been hilariously one-sided. Where does the streak in America's Game stack up against other historic rivalries? 3-point stance
Reynolds breaks Div. I rushing TD record
Navy's Keenan Reynolds ran it in from 1-yard out for his 85th career rushing touchdown and broke the all-time Division I record.
With a shot at history at stake, Keenan Reynolds ended his Navy career with a clean sweep against Army as the Midshipmen hung on for a 21-17 win.
Navy wins 14th straight vs. Army
Keenan Reynolds had two rushing touchdowns to go with one through the air and the Midshipmen continued the longest win streak for either team in the rivalry. The Black Knights' last win was in 2001. Boxscore
Army picked off again
The Black Knights had the ball in the Midshipmen territory with just over two minutes to go and down by four, but Chris Carter's deep pass was intercepted. Follow live
Navy takes the lead in the third quarter
Keenan Reynolds connected with Jamir Tillman for 50 yards and a TD. That one big play accounted for almost half of Reynolds' passing yards (he has 102 on the day). Navy now leads Army 21-17 in the third quarter. Follow live
Army leads Navy 17-14 at the half
The last time Army scored more than 14 in the 1st half vs. Navy was in 2001, which is also the last time Army beat Navy. Army has led at halftime only once during its current 13-game losing streak to Navy (2009). Follow live
The Best Signs from Army-Navy
The College GameDay crew traveled to Philadelphia, where Army will take on Navy, and the sign game from the cadets and midshipmen didn't disappoint. Best signs
As the Army Cadets take the field in Philadelphia, they're signaled by one of their own. The tradition lives on before the 116th Army-Navy game. Photo Gallery
Army gets on board first, Navy answers
A 7-play drive resulted in a field goal by Daniel Grochowski for Army, its fifth time scoring first vs. Navy since 2002. But the Midshipmen didn't let Army enjoy the lead for long: QB Keenan Reynolds slipped the defense on the next drive, taking it 58 yards for a TD and a 7-3 Navy lead. Follow live
Corso's pick: Army-Navy
Lee Corso makes his pick for today's Army-Navy game, and you probably won't be surprised who the former Navy assistant coach went with.
Army takes on (21) Navy
Navy has won the last 13 meetings, and a win would not only give Navy its second 10-win season under Ken Niumatalolo and fourth in school history, but the Midshipmen would also take home the Commander in Chief's Trophy, thanks to a win over Air Force earlier this season. Follow live
No fight in this Army
Navy has dominated the last 13 games in the storied rivalry. Will recent history repeat itself today?
Midshipmen ready to be crowned again?
In the last 20 seasons, Army has lagged far behind as far as Commander In Chief's trophies are concerned. Can the Midshipmen win No. 10 against Army on Saturday?
Staubach feels bad for Army
Roger Staubach says he loves that Navy has dominated this rivalry since 2002, but that he won't rub it in: "We're all a part of the military fraternity and we like each other -- other than when we play on the field."
Monken talks meaning of Army-Navy game
Army coach Jeff Monken explains the impact that the game has around the country.
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