Army Navy Football Game Results & Score 2010?

The Army-Navy football game 2010 will take place Saturday afternoon at 2:30 eastern time. It is annually the last regular-season college football game and one of the oldest and most storied rivalries in any sport.

This year’s Army-Navy football game is the 111th since the first of the contests was played in 1890.

The Army-Navy Game is among the longest-standing traditions in American football, and unlike many of these meetings, this year's game features two teams that are headed for bowl games.

Where can I find the Army-Navy football fame game results and final score?

asked by Phillip in Football | 5875 views | 12-12-2010 at 12:17 AM

Nine years have passed since Army beat Navy, a source of stigma for the Black Knights, a source of pride for the Midshipmen.

The results are in. The Navy extended their winning streak against Army to nine straight games. The final score was 31-17.

The Midshipmen avoided an Army touchdown late in the second quarter when senior Wyatt Middleton returned a fumble by Army quarterback Trent Steelman for 98 yards and a touchdown-the longest fumble return in school history.

Ricky Dobbs threw the longest touchdown pass in the 111-year history of the Army-Navy game, Wyatt Middleton had the longest fumble return in school history.

Navy's offense has scored 28 points or more in its last seven games and is averaging 39 points per game in that stretch.

answered by Reece | 12-12-2010 at 12:18 AM

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