The third game of the year sees Wake Forest heading to West Point on September 19th, 2015 to take on the Army Black Knights at Michie Stadium
There are enough interesting sophomores and juniors on Army's two-deep to suggest that 2016 could be pretty friendly to the Cadets. But 2015 will likely still feature too many holes for viable...
While not much noise was made this past Wednesday at West Point, the Black Knights have some talent coming in that can make an impact immediately.
After the QBs, the backs and receivers look to shine on the national stage. We compare each team's skill players to determine who has the edge.
The Senior Class for West Point showed they can score as they hung 42 on Fordham. Now we will see if they can finally beat Navy for the first time since 2001.
Army hosts Fordham in their seniors' last game in Michie Stadium. A team that struggles to score will look to contain the Ram's potent offensive attack.
Army keeps their slim bowl season hopes alive as they out-man UConn 35-21 in Yankee Stadium. Chris Carnegie and Joe Walker came up big when their team needed to as the Black Knights keep fighting...
Army and Air Force square off in the second game to determine the nation's top Service Academy. Army will need to shift focus away from their off field distractions if they want to emerge victorious.
Jeff Monken's first season has been a rough one. The Black Knights are down but not out in terms of postseason play, but the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter.
Both teams enter the weekend a game under .500, and Army is hoping to emerge the victor and one step closer to bowl eligibility.