Navy (9-4) and Missouri (8-4) in the Texas Bowl on Thursday, 31 December
- Navy in the Midst of Most Dominant Era in Army-Navy Series History
Navy's 17-3 victory over Army on Dec. 12 was its eighth-consecutive win over West Point, the longest streak in series history by either team.
The Mids have won the eight-straight contests against Army in dominant fashion, outscoring the Black Knights 291-74 (36.4-9.3).
The Navy defense has not allowed an Army touchdown since the fourth quarter of the 2006 game (12-straight quarters) and has given up just two field goals over that time spanService Academy Dominance
With a 17-3 victory against Army on Dec. 12, Navy claimed its 15th-straight victory over a Service Academy foe. It's the longest consecutive winning streak by any of the three Service Academies.
Over the course of the winning streak, which dates back to the 2002 Army-Navy game, the Mids have outscored the opposition, 474-221 (31.6 - 14.7).
With wins over both Air Force and Army in 2009, Navy earned its Service Academy-record seventh-consecutive Commander-In-Chief's Trophy.
Navy has amassed a 60-29 (.674) overall record in the last seven years, while Air Force is a shade above .500 (44-40, .524) and Army has won just 24 percent of its games (20-63, .241).And now on to the Texas Bowl...Navy Football is going to the Texas Bowl!
Game Specifics Date and Kickoff Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009 at 3:30 pm ET / 2:30 pm CT (Houston) Location Houston, Texas | Reliant Stadium (71,500) Television ESPN
Navy Football is going to the Texas Bowl!
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December 31, 2009 2:30 PM CST
Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas
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