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The Commander-in-Chief's Trophy will be on the line when Army and Navy face off in Philadelphia.
Army faces Navy in college football's traditional regular season-ending battle on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field. Navy already has a bowl trip locked up, as they will be heading to San Francisco to meet the Arizona State Sun Devils in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Army will be looking to salvage its season with a sweep of the service academies.
The two teams have had plenty of time to prepare for each other, as each have not played since Nov. 17. Navy is coming off a 21-10 win over Texas State, while Army is looking to bounce back from a 63-32 loss to Temple.
Navy is led by quarterback Keenan Reynolds. The freshman has rushed for 585 yards and nine touchdowns in the Midshipmen option attack, while throwing for 754 yards, eight scores, and just one interception.
Senior quarterback Trent Steelman has been excellent on the ground for Army, leading the Black Knights with 1152 yards and 16 touchdowns. Raymond Maples has also topped 1,000 yards rushing on the season.
Game time, TV schedule: 3 p.m. ET, CBS