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Army beat Navy, winning for the second time this season when completing no more than two passes. The Cadets are the only FBS team this season to have multiple wins when completing that few passes.

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Army storms the field after beating Navy (0:53)

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Army's last win over Navy in Maryland had been in 1944 at Municipal Stadium in Baltimore, when the No. 1 Cadets beat No. 2 Navy en route to winning the AP national championship.

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Army goes ahead for good on rushing TD (0:34)
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Abey motors through Army's D for great Navy TD (0:29)

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Navy is looking to secure back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time in program history. Should Navy beat Army and Louisiana Tech in the Armed Forces Bowl, the Midshipmen will match the program record for wins set last season, when they finished 11-2.

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During Army's 14-game losing streak to Navy, the Black Knights averaged 154 rushing yards per game. In the first half today, Army has rushed for 182.

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Army forces third Navy turnover (0:21)

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During Navy's 14-game winning streak over Army, the Midshipmen have trailed at halftime twice (3-0 in 2009, 17-14 last season). The 2009 game is the only time Navy has been shut out at halftime against Army in that span.

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Army scores first with 1-yard TD run (0:17)

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Army (6-5) and Navy (9-3) both enter their matchup with a winning record for the 3rd time in the last 50 years (also 1996 & 2010).

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

The last truly football significant Army-Navy game was 1963. Navy was ranked #2 in the nation. Army was 7-2. After President Kennedy's death the weeks of the game the contest was going to be cancelled, but Jaqueline Kennedy insisted it be played. It was postponed a week to December 7. Army was driving late with no timeouts and twice convinced officials to pause the clock and ask the raucous crowd to quiet down. Still, time ran out and Navy prevailed 21-17, dedicating the victory to Navy WWII veteran JFK.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

The Corps of Cadets is marching into M&T right past the Midshipmen, who welcome them with open lungs.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

And now the Corps, the Corps, the Corps.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

The best spectacle in college football. The Midshipmen have marched into M&T.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

My favorite Army-Navy story is from 1948. Army was 8-0, Navy 8-0. Unheralded Midshipman Bill Hawkins scored twice and batted down a late pass by Army legend QB Arnie Galiffa to preserve a 21-21 tie. There was a coin flip to see who would take the game ball home, which Army won but the following week it arrived in Annapolis via mail with a note: "This ball should be in your trophy case, not ours."

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

The hero of 1970 Army-Navy Game was Navy defensive back Mark Schickner, who had a record four interceptions, including the game-sealer in the red zone to ice the 11-7 win. I met him years ago and he recalled: "Before the game, our coach told us we'd have to come up with four interceptions to win the game. After the game he said, well, didn't think one guy would get 'em all!"

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Corso's pick: Navy-Army (0:44)
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Service academy players the best, brightest and bravest (1:28)
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Monken says Army can't let emotion get the best of them (2:09)
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Both Army and Navy enter their matchup with a winning record for the first time since 2010 and for just the third time in the last 50 years. The Midshipmen have won 14 straight in the series. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Staubach reflects on Army-Navy rivalry (2:28)
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Does Army have an advantage over Navy? (1:39)