In their 124th encounter, the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen are headed to Foxborough, MA, to battle it out in the annual Army-Navy Game on December 9 at 3:00pm ET.
Navy leads the series 62-54-7, but Army clinched a 20-17 double-overtime win last year. With a 2-2 record in their last four matchups, these fierce rivals consistently deliver nail-biters, with seven of the last nine games decided by seven points or less. The Army-Navy rivalry stands as the eighth-most played game in college football history.
You can listen to every snap live from Gillette Stadium on the SiriusXM app and in car radios with your choice of the home or away feed.
Stream the Navy Midshipmen broadcast (Ch. 83)
Stream the Army Black Knights broadcast (Ch. 82)
Stream the National broadcast (Ch. 84)
Home: Navy Midshipmen
Prepare for Navy’s rock-solid defense, tied at number one in the nation in fumbles recovered with 14 and showcasing a remarkable +1.18 turnover margin. Their red zone defense ranks third nationally, allowing opponents to score only 71 percent of the time.
With 24 turnovers this season, Navy stands out as one of the top defensive forces. The Midshipmen, alongside Penn State, proudly claim three shutouts this year, the most since 1978.
Navy Midshipmen Home Feed:
SiriusXM channel 83 in your vehicle
Channel 83 on the SiriusXM app
Army Black Knights Away Feed:
SiriusXM channel 82 in your vehicle
Channel 82 on the SiriusXM app
SiriusXM channel 84 in your vehicle
Channel 84 on the SiriusXM app
Away: Army Black Knights
Army enters the showdown on a three-game winning streak, showcasing victories over Air Force, Holy Cross, and Coastal Carolina. Coach Jeff Monken’s decision to revert to the old offense against Coastal Carolina proved effective, with junior quarterback Bryson Daily leading the charge.
Daily, a potent option quarterback, has accumulated 817 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Running back Kanye Udoh adds depth, ranking second on the team with 436 rushing yards.
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