Army Beats Navy for Third Straight Season

Army Beats Navy for Third Straight Season

At the stadium, President Trump kicked off the game by handling the coin toss, after which the crowd erupted into cheers.

President Trump is set to toss the coin before the highly-anticipated Army-Navy football game. Hopkins' play on offense and the Army defense forcing four Navy turnovers and holding the Midshipmen to 3.85 yards per play gave the Knights their third straight win over Navy, and gave Army its second consecutive 10-win season. But Navy has the biggest winning streak between the two with fourteen wins from 2002 to 2015.

President Donald Trump attended the 119th game between the rivals and flipped the coin before spending a half on each side in a show of impartiality.

Joseph Dunford, who now serves as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as the man picked by Trump to succeed him, current US Army chief of staff Gen. Mark Milley, were also present.

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It will be the first time a sitting president has been to the annual rivalry since 2011.

As of halftime there were no reported goat-nappings surrounding the Army-Navy game, so the Midshipmen defense has doing a great job. #8 of the Army Black Knights passes under pressure from Hudson Sullivan #53 of the Navy Midshipmen at Lincoln Financial Field on December 08, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Army has won 10 games for the third time in school history. Navy would get a defensive stop afterward and get the ball back in Army territory, and quickly capitalized with a touchdown drive to cut Army's lead to 10-7.

Trump has made a spate of personnel announcements. James Risch, R-Idaho, and Sen.

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