BALTIMORE (AP/WJZ) — Make it 13 straight wins for Navy over Army in college football.
Quarterback Keenan Reynolds ran for 100 yards on 26 carries and threw a touchdown pass as the Middies downed the Cadets 17-10. Navy led 10-7 before Reynolds scored from the 1 with 12:07 left.
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo became the all-time winningest coach in Navy history, picking up his 56th win to break a tie with George Walsh.
The 115th Army-Navy game took place in Baltimore on Saturday, where nearly 80,000 fans gathered to watch the game at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Middies and Cadets were facing off in the renewal of the Army-Navy football rivalry that began in 1890.
Navy won to coin toss but deferred to Army to have the ball first. Just over 5 minutes into the game, Army gets a touchdown, making it the first time they scored before the Navy since 2009.
At the end of the first quarter, Army led Navy, 7-0.
But just before the first half of the game was over, Navy gets a touchdown tying up the game.
Then in the 3rd quarter, Navy makes a 46-year field goal making it a 10-7 game against Army.
In the 4th, Navy ups the ante with another touchdown, raising the lead by 10 points.
The score remains 10-7, Navy, as the 3rd quarter comes to an end.
Army makes a final field goal to bring up their score, but the game ends with another win for Navy.
Final: Navy 17, Army 10
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