Can Army end the winless streak?

On December 6, 2002 Army led its all-time series with Navy 49-46-7. Now, 10 years later, the storied rivalry's all-time record has the Midshipmen leading 56-49-7. That's ten times in a row the Black Knights have fallen to rival Navy. With players like Trent Steelman, Raymond Maples, and Nate Combs- Army could be primed to end the wretched losing steak.

The Black Knights came close to pulling off a win last year in our nation's capital. However, close is not good enough. In that 27-21 loss Army was its own worst enemy turning the ball over several times to allow the Mids to escape with another win.

Turnovers, particularly fumbles, have been the Achilles' heel for the Black Knights in both the 2011 and 2012 seasons. If Army can keep its wits, play smart and not turn the ball over December 8th could be a memorable day. If not, we'll likely being looking at consecutive loss No. 11 to Navy.

11-29-1890 Navy 24-0
11-28-1891 Army 32-16
11-26-1892 Navy 12-4
12-2-1893 Navy 6-4
12-2-1899 Army 17-5
12-1-1900 Navy 11-7
11-30-1901 Army 11-5
11-29-1902 Army 22-8
11-28-1903 Army 40-5
11-26-1904 Army 11-0
12-2-1905 Tied 6-6
12-1-1906 Navy 10-0
11-30-1907 Navy 6-0
11-28-1908 Army 6-4
11-26-1910 Navy 3-0
11-24-1911 Navy 3-0
11-30-1912 Navy 6-0
11-29-1913 Army 22-9
11-28-1914 Army 20-0
11-27-1915 Army 14-0
11-25-1916 Army 15-7
11-29-1919 Navy 6-0
11-27-1920 Navy 7-0
11-26-1921 Navy 7-0
11-25-1922 Army 17-14
11-24-1923 Tied 0-0
11-29-1924 Army 12-0
11-28-1925 Army 10-3
12-26-1927 Army 14-9
12-13-1930 Army 6-0
12-12-1931 Army 17-7
12-3-1932 Army 20-0
11-25-1933 Army 12-7
12-1-1934 Navy 3-0
11-30-1935 Army 28-6
11-28-1936 Navy 7-0
11-27-1937 Army 6-0
11-26-1938 Army 14-7
12-2-1939 Navy 10-0
11-30-1940 Navy 14-0
11-29-1941 Navy 14-6
11-28-1942 Navy 14-0
11-27-1943 Navy 13-0
12-2-1944 Army 23-7
12-1-1945 Army 32-13
11-30-1946 Army 21-18
11-29-1947 Army 21-0
11-27-1948 Tied 21-21
11-26-1949 Army 38-0
12-2-1950 Navy 14-2
12-1-1951 Navy 42-7
11-29-1952 Navy 7-0
11-28-1953 Army 20-7
11-27-1954 Navy 27-20
11-26-1955 Army 14-6
12-1-1956 Tied 7-7
11-30-1957 Navy 14-0
11-29-1958 Army 22-6
11-28-1959 Navy 43-12
11-26-1960 Navy 17-12
12-2-1961 Navy 13-7
12-1-1962 Navy 34-14
12-7-1963 Navy 21-15
11-28-1964 Army 11-8
11-27-1965 Tied 7-7
11-26-1966 Army 20-7
12-2-1967 Navy 19-14
11-30-1968 Army 21-14
11-29-1969 Army 27-0
11-28-1970 Navy 11-7
11-27-1971 Army 24-23
12-2-1972 Army 23-15
12-1-1973 Navy 51-0
11-30-1974 Navy 19-0
11-29-1975 Navy 30-6
11-27-1976 Navy 38-10
11-26-1977 Army 17-14
12-2-1978 Navy 28-0
12-1-1979 Navy 31-7
11-29-1980 Navy 33-6
11-28-1981 Tied 3-3
12-4-1982 Navy 24-7
11-25-1983 Navy 42-13
12-1-1984 Army 28-11
12-7-1985 Navy 17-7
12-6-1986 Army 27-7
12-5-1987 Army 17-3
12-3-1988 Army 20-15
12-9-1989 Navy 19-17
12-8-1990 Army 30-20
12-7-1991 Navy 24-3
12-5-1992 Army 25-24
12-4-1993 Army 16-14
12-3-1994 Army 22-20
12-2-1995 Army 14-13
12-7-1996 Army 28-24
12-6-1997 Navy 39-7
12-5-1998 Army 34-30
12-4-1999 Navy 19-9
12-2-2000 Navy 30-28
12-1-2001 Army 26-17
12-7-2002 Navy 58-12
12-6-2003 Navy 34-6
12-4-2004 Navy 42-13
12-3-2005 Navy 42-23
12-2-2006 Navy 26-14
12-1-2007 Navy 38-3
12-6-2008 Navy 34-0
12-12-2009 Navy 17-3
12-11-2010 Navy 31-17
12-10-2011 Navy 27-21
12-8-2012 ?????

Series Record: Army wins: 49 Navy wins: 56 Ties: 7

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