Collegefootballfan.om travels to Philly this weekend for the 116th football game between Army and Navy. This is the officially the final regular season game in college football in 2015. The Midshipman lead this series 59-49-7 and the No. 21 Navy football team (9-2, 7-1 in the AAC) will be playing for its 14th straight win over its archrival. Army enters this game a big underdog with a 2-9 record. This will be the 11th Army-Navy football game Collegefootballfan.com has attended since 1972. In addition this year, on Friday night we will attend the seven-bout Army-Navy boxing match to be held at The Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Army leads this series now, 2-0. Tailgating will start early on Saturday morning. Click here at around 9:45 am to hear us live on “Spadora on Sports” on WNER 1430 in Watertown, NY with our favorite sports jock, Pete Spadora.
Collegefootballfan.com has seen Army lose two games at West Point this season to Duke (44-3) and to Rutgers (31-21), when we attended our 500th college football game since 1979. We went to Annapolis this year to see the Mids win two games as they defeated Air Force (31-11) and South Florida (29-17). A win by Navy over Army wins the Mids the cherished Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for supremacy in football among the three major service academies.
Senior Navy QB Keenan Reynolds plays in his final regular season game before he goes into the Navy next year as an Information Warfare officer. His 64 career touchdowns are the most in school history and the most by a quarterback in NCAA history. Collegefootballfan.com will see Reynolds and the Mids play one more game when they will face the Pitt Panthers in the Military Bowl to be held in Annapolis on Monday, December 28 at 2:30 pm. Here are some pictures taken at this season games held at West Point and in Annapolis.