Army Tops Navy In Snowy Classic


The Army-Navy game is set to kick off at 3 p.m. ET on CBS. Navy followed with 10 unanswered points, including a 68-yard touchdown run by Malcolm Perry, to take a 10-7 advantage into halftime. On a snowy day, two run-heavy teams made little pretense of passing the ball. That meant 21 carries for 94 yards from Bradshaw and 12 carries for 57 yards by Woolfolk, the fullback. Army took the lead with a 65-yard drive that spanned almost eight minutes. On the next play, a third-and-goal, Bradshaw sneaked in for the touchdown.

Despite a strong Navy drive, marred by a few penalties, to end the game, the Midshipmen fell short-or, more precisely, wide left.

Sophomore running back Malcolm Perry (818 yards, eight TDs) filled in at quarterback and rushed for 282 yards in the 43-40 victory over SMU before missing the 24-17 loss at Notre Dame on November 18 with an ankle injury and rushing for 82 yards in a 24-14 setback at Houston on November 24. There were only five total possessions in the second half as both teams relied nearly exclusively on their respective run games; only three passes were thrown during the entire game. The second half featured only five total possessions, with Army's two resulting in a missed field goal and the game-winning touchdown.

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On facing India, Argentina's forward Vila, who played his 200th global game on the day, said: It is going to be a tough contest. David Condon (29th) and Adam Dixon (60th) responded for England but it was not enough to stop Argentina at the Kalinga Stadium.

Both teams are headed to bowl games.

Army has its first win streak against Navy in 20 years after a 14-13 win in a snow-soaked game that resembled the sport's earthbound origins more that perhaps any other game played this season.

Ultimately, the records are secondary to what happened Saturday.