Army 21, Navy 17 M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

“The sense of pride that they’ll have, having beaten our biggest rival is great for everybody in our locker room. I want them to enjoy it. It’s satisfying to be a part of that and to help guide those guys to a win. That’s why we get into this profession.” - Head Coach Jeff Monken on his senior class

The Black Knights snapped a 14-game Navy winning streak and celebrated with over 4,000 Cadets on the field in Baltimore.

Sophomore fullback Andy Davidson scored twice in the first half to give Army a 14-0 lead at the break, it's largest lead at halftime against Navy since 1947.

Rookie Kell Walker ran for a career high 94 yards on 16 carries at both fullback and slotback for the Black Knights. He averaged 5.9 yards per carry.

Army's defense forced Navy into three turnovers, including interceptions by Xavier Moss and Rhyan England. The unit also held Navy, the third-ranked rushing team in the nation, to 112 yards on the ground.

Junior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw scored the go-ahead TD late in the fourth quarter to put Army up 21-17 and answer Navy after the Mids had scored 17-straight points.
Morna Davis, Brandon Jackson's mother, gave an emotional address to the team following the victory. It was her first Army game since the passing of her son.

Photos by Danny Wild

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