Army-Navy Game 2018: Time, TV channel, livestream information

The 2018 Army-Navy Game will add another edition to the historic rivalry. Below, find the time, TV channel and livestream information on the game.

Army and Navy will play for the 119th time, with this year’s game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Army and coach Jeff Monken are 9-2 and ranked No. 22 in the AP Poll. Navy and coach Ken Niumatalolo are 3-9 this season.

Army-Navy Game 2018: Time

Army and Navy will start at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 8, from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Army-Navy Game 2018: TV channel, livestream

The Black Knights and Midshipmen will be playing on CBS. It can also be watched through CBSSports.com. Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson and Jamie Erdahl will call the game.

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Army-Navy Game 2018: Preview

After losing to Navy 14 consecutive times from 2002 through 2015, the Black Knights go for their third win in a row in the series on Saturday.

Army will be favored to get there, too. The Black Knights are one win away from a second consecutive 10-win season. This year, Army averages 30.8 points per game, with QB Kelvin Hopkins Jr. leading the offense. 

Navy is 3-9 this season. Malcolm Perry leads the Midshipmen with 1,035 rushing yards.

In last year’s game, Army won after Navy missed a field goal on the final play in snowy conditions. Expect Army to win by a more comfortable margin this year, but Navy could still keep it close despite the discrepancies statistically and with the records.

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Army Stat Navy
9-2 Record 3-9
30.8 Points per game 26.2
18.1 Points allowed PG 34.9
384.4 Offensive YPG 360.7
81.4 Pass YPG 72.2
303.0 Rush YPG 288.5
301.3 Defensive YPG 438.3
194.82 Pass defense YPG 249.3
106.5 Rush defense YPG 189.0
Kelvin Hopkins, Jr.
895 yards
Passing leader Garret Lewis
398 yards
Hopkins Jr.
783 yards
Rushing leader Malcolm Perry
1,035 yards
Jordan Asberry
197 yards
Receiving yards leader Taylor Jackson
211 yards
James Nachtigal
73 total tackles
Defensive leader Taylor Heflin
93 total tackles

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Army-Navy Game 2018: Scores, history

Year Location Winner, Score Series
1890 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 24-0 Navy 1-0
1891 Annapolis, Md. Army, 32-16 Tied, 1-1
1892 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 12-4 Navy, 2-1
1893 Annapolis, Md. Navy, 6-4 Navy, 3-1
1899 Philadelphia Army, 17-5 Navy, 3-2
1900 Philadelphia Navy, 11-7 Navy, 4-2
1901 Philadelphia Army,11-5 Navy, 4-3
1902 Philadelphia Army, 22-8 Tied, 4-4
1903 Philadelphia Army, 40-5 Army, 5-4
1904 Philadelphia Army, 11-0 Army, 6-4
1905 Princeton, N.J. Tie, 6-6 Army, 6-4-1
1906 Philadelphia Navy, 10-0 Army, 6-5-1
1907 Philadelphia Navy, 6-0 Tied, 6-6-1
1908 Philadelphia Army, 6-4 Army, 7-6-1
1910 Philadelphia Navy, 3-0 Tied, 7-7-1
1911 Philadelphia Navy, 3-0 Navy, 8-7-1
1912 Philadelphia Navy, 6-0 Navy, 9-7-1
1913 New York Army, 22-9 Navy, 9-8-1
1914 Philadelphia Army, 20-0 Tied, 9-9-1
1915 New York Army, 14-0 Army, 10-9-1
1916 New York Army, 15-7 Army, 11-9-1
1919 New York Navy, 6-0 Army, 11-10-1
1920 New York Navy, 7-0 Tied, 11-11-1
1921 New York Navy, 7-0 Navy, 12-11-1
1922 Philadelphia Army, 17-14 Tied, 12-12-1
1923 New York Tie, 0-0 Tied, 12-12-2
1924 Baltimore, Md. Army, 12-0 Army, 13-12-2
1925 New York Army, 10-3 Army, 14-12-2
1926 Chicago Tie, 21-21 Army, 14-12-3
1927 New York Army, 14-9 Army, 15-12-3
1930 New York Army, 6-0 Army, 16-12-3
1931 New York Army, 17-7 Army, 17-12-3
1932 Philadelphia Army, 20-0 Army, 18-12-3
1933 Philadelphia Army, 12-7 Army, 19-12-3
1934 Philadelphia Navy, 3-0 Army, 19-13-3
1935 Philadelphia Army, 28-6 Army, 20-13-3
1936 Philadelphia Navy, 7-0 Army, 20-14-3
1937 Philadelphia Army, 6-0 Army, 21-14-3
1938 Philadelphia Army, 14-7 Army, 22-14-3
1939 Philadelphia Navy, 10-0 Army, 22-15-3
1940 Philadelphia Navy, 14-0 Army, 22-16-3
1941 Philadelphia Navy, 14-6 Army, 22-17-3
1942 Annapolis, Md. Navy, 14-0 Army, 22-18-3
1943 West Point, N.Y. Navy, 13-0 Army, 22-19-3
1944 Baltimore, Md. Army 23-7 Army, 23-19-3
1945 Philadelphia Army, 32-13 Army, 24-19-3
1946 Philadelphia Army, 21-18 Army, 25-19-3
1947 Philadelphia Army, 21-0 Army, 26-19-3
1948 Philadelphia Tie, 21-21 Army, 26-19-4
1949 Philadelphia Army, 38-0 Army, 27-19-4
1950 Philadelphia Navy, 14-2 Army, 27-20-4
1951 Philadelphia Navy, 42-7 Army, 27-21-4
1952 Philadelphia Navy, 7-0 Army, 27-22-4
1953 Philadelphia Army, 20-7 Army, 28-22-4
1954 Philadelphia Navy, 27-20 Army, 28-23-4
1955 Philadelphia Army, 14-6 Army, 29-23-4
1956 Philadelphia Tie, 7-7 Army, 29-23-5
1957 Philadelphia Navy, 14-0 Army, 29-24-5
1958 Philadelphia Army, 22-6 Army, 30-24-5
1959 Philadelphia Navy, 43-12 Army, 30-25-5
1960 Philadelphia Navy, 17-12 Army, 30-26-5
1961 Philadelphia Navy, 13-7 Army, 30-27-5
1962 Philadelphia Navy, 34-14 Army, 30-28-5
1963 Philadelphia Navy, 21-15 Army, 30-29-5
1964 Philadelphia Army, 11-8 Army, 31-29-5
1965 Philadelphia Tie, 7-7 Army, 31-29-6
1966 Philadelphia Army, 20-7 Army, 32-29-6
1967 Philadelphia Navy, 19-14 Army, 32-30-6
1968 Philadelphia Army, 21-14 Army, 33-30-6
1969 Philadelphia Army, 27-0 Army, 34-30-6
1970 Philadelphia Navy, 11-7 Army, 34-31-6
1971 Philadelphia Army, 24-23 Army, 35-31-6
1972 Philadelphia Army, 23-15 Army, 36-31-6
1973 Philadelphia Navy, 51-0 Army, 36-32-6
1974 Philadelphia Navy, 19-0 Army, 36-33-6
1975 Philadelphia Navy, 30-6 Army, 36-34-6
1976 Philadelphia Navy, 38-10 Army, 36-35-6
1977 Philadelphia Army, 17-14 Army, 37-35-6
1978 Philadelphia Navy, 28-0 Army, 37-36-6
1979 Philadelphia Navy, 31-7 Tied, 37-37-6
1980 Philadelphia Navy, 33-6 Navy, 38-37-6
1981 Philadelphia Tie, 3-3 Navy, 38-37-7
1982 Philadelphia Navy, 24-7 Navy, 39-37-7
1983 Pasadena, Calif. Navy, 42-13 Navy, 40-37-7
1984 Philadelphia Army 28-11 Navy, 40-38-7
1985 Philadelphia Navy, 17-7 Navy, 41-38-7
1986 Philadelphia Army, 27-7 Navy, 41-39-7
1987 Philadelphia Army, 17-3 Navy, 41-40-7
1988 Philadelphia Army, 20-15 Tied, 41-41-7
1989 East Rutherford, N.J. Navy, 19-17 Navy, 42-41-7
1990 Philadelphia Army, 30-20 Tied, 42-42-7
1991 Philadelphia Navy, 24-3 Navy, 43-42-7
1992 Philadelphia Army, 25-24 Tied, 43-43-7
1993 East Rutherford, N.J. Army, 16-14 Army, 44-43-7
1994 Philadelphia Army, 22-20 Army, 45-43-7
1995 Philadelphia Army, 14-13 Army, 46-43-7
1996 Philadelphia Army, 28-24 Army, 47-43-7
1997 East Rutherford, N.J. Navy, 39-7 Army, 47-44-7
1998 Philadelphia Army, 34-30 Army, 48-44-7
1999 Philadelphia Navy, 19-9 Army, 48-45-7
2000 Baltimore, Md. Navy, 30-28 Army, 48-46-7
2001 Philadelphia Army, 26-17 Army, 49-46-7
2002 East Rutherford, N.J. Navy, 58-12 Army, 49-47-7
2003 Philadelphia Navy, 34-6 Army, 49-48-7
2004 Philadelphia Navy, 42-13 Tied, 49-49-7
2005 Philadelphia Navy, 42-23 Navy, 50-49-7
2006 Philadelphia Navy, 26-14 Navy, 51-49-7
2007 Baltimore, Md. Navy, 38-3 Navy, 52-49-7
2008 Philadelphia Navy, 34-0 Navy, 53-49-7
2009 Philadelphia Navy, 17-3 Navy, 54-49-7
2010 Philadelphia Navy, 31-17 Navy, 55-49-7
2011 Landover, Md. Navy, 27-21 Navy, 56-49-7
2012 Philadelphia Navy, 17-13 Navy, 57-49-7
2013 Philadelphia Navy, 34-7 Navy, 58-49-7
2014 Baltimore, Md. Navy, 17-10 Navy, 59-49-7
2015 Philadelphia Navy, 21-17 Navy, 60-49-7
2016 Baltimore, Md. Army, 21-17 Navy, 60-50-7
2017 Philadelphia Army, 14-13 Navy, 60-51-7

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