One of the longest-running rivalries in college football history will take place as the 7-2 Army Black Knights face-off against the 3-5 Navy Midshipmen in a clash for the Commander-in-Chief trophy. This will be the 121st matchup between both of these storied college football programs. Despite their subpar record, the Midshipmen are 61-52-7 all-time vs. Army and were the victors in their 2019 matchup. Army has a lot riding on this game as they want to continue winning to ascend up the rankings into the Top 25.
There will be no fans in attendance, however, the Corps of Cadets and Brigade of Midshipmen will be watching along. Below is how you can watch all the action of Navy-Army live from the gridiron.
When to watch Army vs. Navy
For the first time since 1943, the Army-Navy game will be taking place at a home stadium. CBS will be broadcasting the 2020 game from Michie Stadium at the US Military Academy in West Point, New York on December 12 at 3 p.m. ET.
How to watch Army vs. Navy
CBS will be broadcasting the live telecast of the battle for the Commander-in-Chief trophy, which most households can watch for free with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see what channels are available in your area with an antenna.
Here’s how to watch with a live TV streaming service.
- fuboTV has CBS covered with the fuboTV Family plan for $65/month.
- Hulu with Live also carries CBS for $55/month.
- AT&T TV Now includes CBS in its base package for $55/month.
- YouTube TV includes CBS with a $65/month subscription.
- CBS All-Access is the home of all of CBS networks content for only $6/month.
Our prediction: The Black Knights are going to defend their home with a 37-32 win.
The Army Black Knights are going to seize the opportunity by pulling off a historic win at home against the Midshipmen. This win will be historic because the Navy is 3-0 all-time against Army at West Point. Plus, Army has looked more impressive this season, as their 7-2 record indicates. Expect both team’s offenses to benefit from big plays and lack of tackling by each team’s defense.
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