The Navy Midshipmen gave it their all against the No. 2 team in the United States, but fell just short against the Cincinnati Bearcats. Now the Midshipmen need to quickly turn the page and prepare […]
Imagine typing this sentence: Army scored 56 points, Air Force allowed only 229 total yards, Navy covered the spread by 20 points, and none of them won at home.
Army is back in action this week in a fascinating clash against Wyoming. Navy plays on Thursday after running SMU close this weekend.
The Navy Midshipmen fell short against SMU, but they put up a good fight versus an unbeaten team which will likely compete for the AAC championship later this season (against Cincinnati).
The Air Force Falcons answered the call. That is the highlight of this week’s service academy football weekend in review.
Navy grabbed its first win of the year the same day that Army suffered its first loss.
What a wonderful surprise it was that the Navy Midshipmen won their first game of the year against the one AAC team they hadn’t previously defeated since joining their conference: the UCF Knights.