When Navy takes the field against Army Saturday, they’ll do it in style.
The Army Navy rivalry is one of the biggest rivalries in football and it is coming here to Baltimore on Saturday. Tracey Leong explains how businesses in town have been gearing up for months.
Tradition, pride and glory: all words that describe Saturday’s clash between Army and Navy in Baltimore. Two special cheerleaders will be on the sideline to help root on the Midshipmen—and they aren’t human.
Just three days away from the Army Navy football game and midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy are ready! But, Jessica Kartalija reports on how it isn’t just about football for one midshipman.
In just four days, one of the biggest football rivalries battle it out here in Baltimore with the Army and Navy.
America’s game comes to Baltimore! The Army/Navy football game is a more than century-old tradition that will play out this Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium.
I think we can all agree that the 2013 football seasons has flown by. It seems like only yesterday that I was picking the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans to meet in the Super Bowl.
Navy can hook an anchor to the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy and bring it to Annapolis.
An intense rivalry is about to be contested for the 113th time: the Army-Navy football game pitting future warriors against each other. At the Naval Academy in Annapolis Wednesday night, “Beat Army!” was all you could hear.
When it comes to beating Army, Navy is a perfect 10. A new venue for Army-Navy produced a familiar result Saturday as the Midshipmen rushed for 296 yards and capitalized on three Army turnovers in a 27-21 win over the Black Knights.
Saturday marks the 112th time the Army and Navy football teams have met on the field.