2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Air Force-Army postponed due to coronavirus
- Army gets 1st bowl bid of '20, to Independence
- West Point to host Army-Navy game Dec. 12
- Navy coach rips Pentagon over CIC, apologizes
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During normal times, college football is king at West Point, one of the prettiest venues in the sport. But these are not normal times. Still, Saturday games are an important respite for cadets who are confined due to the pandemic.
Saturday's Air Force-Army game is off because of COVID-19 issues at Air Force. It is unclear whether the game can be rescheduled.
Army, which improved to 6-1 with a 49-3 win over Mercer on Saturday, became the first college football team to accept a bowl invite in 2020, as they are headed to the Independence Bowl.
West Point will host the 121st Army-Navy game on Dec. 12 instead of it being played in Philadelphia as planned, because of attendance limits in the state of Pennsylvania during the coronavirus pandemic.
You thought this college football season would be different just because the entire world is unlike anything we've experienced before? Oh, how wrong you were.
Army quarterback Jemel Jones had 14 carries for a career-high 138yards rushing and two touchdowns and added a 33-yard TD pass as the Black Knights cruised to a 55-23 win over Abilene Christian on Saturday.
Desmond Ridder passed for 258 yards and two touchdowns as No. 14 Cincinnati defeated No. 22 Army 24-10 in the first matchup of ranked teams at Nippert Stadium since 2008.
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