Army vs. Navy: Predict, select bets, football odds, over and under, live channels, watch online, TV channels

With the 122nd edition of the Army-Navy Game taking place this weekend, one of college football’s biggest traditions is adding a new chapter. The series of service academies first began in 1890 and became an annual event starting in 1899. While most of those 89 meetings took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this year’s game does. a short trip east to East Rutherford, New Jersey and MetLife Stadium. While this is not the first time it has been played at East Rutherford – the most recent was in 2002 – it will be the first time at this new stadium.

Navy has an all-time 61-53-7 series lead, but Army has been on a better foot lately, winning 15-0 last season and capturing four of the last five meetings. This recent streak of success follows a run that has seen the Navy pick up 14 straight wins and 17 of 19 wins between 1997 and 2015.

And that’s how the series has gone with tradition. The history of this game has rarely seen both teams swap wins from year to year, but instead win inconclusively. It’s one of the aspects of this rivalry that makes it great. No matter what season either team is in, they always have the ability to beat each other. So even if the Army comes into this match with an 8-3 record, and the Navy is only a 3-8, it doesn’t matter.

In Army-Navy, anything is possible. Well, okay, it might not be possible to make 50 passes, but everything else is.

Army vs. Navy: Need to know

New Jersey treats the Navy well: As mentioned, this was the first game at the new MetLife Stadium, but it wasn’t the first time it was played in East Rutherford, and Navy fans will have fond memories. East Rutherford hosted the game in 1989, 1993, 1997 and 2002, with the Navy winning every game except 1993.

East Rutherford is one of 10 game host cities in its history. The first meeting in 1890 was at West Point, New York, and the following season was in Annapolis, Maryland. But the game has also been played in Baltimore and Landover, Maryland, and Princeton, New Jersey, as well as New York City. However, the biggest surprise that many people may not know is that the game was also played in Chicago, Illinois (1926) and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California (1983).

The Army has had 22 different ball carriers this season: It’s pretty hard to believe, to be honest. Full-back Tyhier Tyler leads the team with 113 carry, but he is one of six midfielders with a good record this season. QB teammate Christian Anderson had 91 dashes for 525 yards (Tyler had only 470). Jakobi Buchanan leads the team with 11 touchdowns and his 111 carries only Tyler.

And I haven’t even mentioned the team leader yet. It will be the second year running against Tyrell Robinson, who dashed for 582 yards and three touchdowns on 59 executions. Robinson is the real big threat in this offense and a player to keep an eye out for.

Here’s the Navy’s worst two-year stretch since 2001-02: Even if the Navy wins this game to finish 4-8, their record will only be 7-15 from the start of the 2020 season, and it’s been a long time since the show has had losing seasons. consecutive. Ken Niumatalolo’s team went 3-10 in 2018 and 5-7 in 2011, but recovered in subsequent seasons with strong campaigns. That is not the case this season. The good news is that Midshipmen have won 2 of the last 4 matches and most of them have lost.

The Navy last had consecutive losing seasons in 2001 and 2002. In 2001, the Mids finished 0-10 and replaced coach Charlie Weatherbie with Paul Johnson. Johnson would score 2-10 in his first season before reviving the show and hit 43-20 for the next five seasons before leaving to take the Georgia Tech job.

How to watch Army vs. Navy

Day: Saturday, December 11 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ
TELEVISION: CBS | Direct:, CBS Sports App (Free)

Predict Army vs. Navy, picks

As always, the best bet in any game involving service academies is under. The underdogs have won 40-9-1 in all academies (including the Air Force) since the 2005 season, so be sure to bet that. In terms of spillover, I’m on the Navy team simply because I don’t expect a lot of points to be scored in this game and both teams’ play makes it harder for either team to pull. So even though I’m giving the Army for total victory, hand over the Midshipmen to me. The hook is too attractive. Prediction: Navy (+7.5)

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Dustin Huang

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