Army-Navy Game: Midshipmen Emerge Victorious, 31-17

I know how this is going to sound, but just believe me -- you're about to see another turnover. Gee Gee Greene and Alexander Teich are leading a hefty drive when Ricky Dobbs throws one of his rare passes and the throw results in an even rarer interception.

The Black Knights get the ball back, but must punt on the first play of the fourth quarter, and Navy's about to eat most of the rest of the clock with an eight and a half-minute drive stretching from their own 13 to Army's 25-yard line. Gee Gee Greene breaks off right for a 25-yard touchdown. With 6:15 remaining in the game, Navy leads Army, 31-10.

The Black Knights are down, but not out. In an unprecedented aerial attack, TRENT STEELMAN completes passes of 12, 9, 7, and 44 yards, the final connection to Malcolm Brown for a touchdown. With 4:10 remaining in the game, Navy leads Army, 31-17.

And that'll about do it for the 111th Army-Navy game. The Black Knights take to the air for their final drive, but incomplete passes and sacks mar the last minute of play, and as the clock hits 00:00, Navy's eight-game win streak extends to nine. Final score in Philadelphia: Midshipmen 31, Black Knights 17.

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