How to watch Army vs. Navy 2022: TV channel, live stream online, football game prediction, kickoff time

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Of the many traditions that make college football special, perhaps none beats the annual Army-Navy Game. It’s a game so special and unique that it earns a standalone spot on the schedule, serving as the final game of college football’s regular season. This Saturday, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, two service academies will clash for the 123rd time.

The first meeting was held at West Point, New York, on November 29, 1890. The academies met 30 times until 1927, and then again in 1930 after a two-year hiatus. Since then, the rivalry has not been interrupted. While the Army dominated the rivalry for most of that time, Navy has since held the advantage, leading the overall series 62-53-7. Navy won 14 straight encounters from 2002-15 before Army won the 2016 game 21-17, and the Black Knights have since won four of six. However, Navy pulled out the win last season, beating the Knights 17-13.

LIVE: Follow along with Saturday’s Army-Navy Game

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Date: Saturday 10 December | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Place: Lincoln Financial Field-Philadelphia
TV: CBS| Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App (Free)

Army vs Navy: This is what you need to know

The Commander-in-Chief trophy is not at stake: The trophy is awarded each season to the winner of the round-robin competition between Army, Navy and Air Force, but this game does not affect the winner. The Air Force defeated Navy 13-10 and Army 13-7 to lift the trophy for the first time since 2016. The Army had won or retained the trophy four times in the previous five seasons, and the Navy won it in 2019.

A win does not send the army to a bowl game: If the Army gets the win against the Navy, it will not only knock out its rival, but also finish the regular season with three straight wins to reach 6-6. However, that is not enough to earn bowl eligibility for the Knights, as two of their wins were against FCS opponents, and only one counts towards the six wins required to qualify for bowl. So no matter what happens on Saturday, this is the last game of the season for both teams.

Navy has improved throughout the season: Navy’s start to the season was terrible, with the Midshipmen losing their opener to Delaware 14-7 and following it up with a 37-13 blowout against Memphis. Navy would start 2-5 before turning a corner. A 27-20 overtime win vs. Temple was followed by a narrow, competitive loss to Cincinnati on the road. A week later, the Mids nearly thrashed Notre Dame, falling 35–32. Then they took out the anger they were looking for by taking down UCF 17-14 in Orlando. Don’t let the 4-7 record fool you.

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There is an incredible trend in games between service academies that is impossible to ignore. Since the 2005 season, the under has gone 43-9-1 in Army, Navy and Air Force games. That includes a run of 16 straight unders on the way to this game. Will that series end one day? Yes. Would it be Saturday? Secure. Shall we get started? God no. The bottom is an automatic fire in any game between academies. Prediction: less than 32.5

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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