Army vs. Navy is a college football tradition unlike any other and we have live stream info, odds and everything you need to watch or listen to the game.
The Army-Navy game is unlike anything else that college football has to offer. Two of the three vaunted service academies in FBS face off at the end of every regular season in a game that, regardless of stakes, always inspires the fans, the alumni, and just college football viewers to get hyped up and ready to watch a heavy dose of the triple option.
So never mind the fact that the Black Knights come into Saturday’s game at MetLife Stadium with the far superior record (8-3) than the one the Midshipmen are sporting coming into the matchup (3-8). That won’t matter once these two teams take the field though.
It’s going to be a fun, entertaining matchup because, well, it always is. In that interest, let’s make sure everyone can tune in and watch or listen to the game with all the information you could possibly need.
Army vs. Navy injury report
For Navy, things look pretty clear on the injury front as there is nothing of note to monitor for this game.
It’s a short injury report for Army as well. The Black Knights have running back Anthony Adams listed as questionable with an undisclosed injury but, outside of that, they’re clear for this game.
Army vs. Navy odds and betting pick
WynnBET has the Black Knights as -7 favorites in this game on Saturday, which makes sense given the records and performances of the two teams. Meanwhile, the total is at a paltry 35.0 but the under has hit in 80 percent of service academy matchups since 2005 — so it still might be worth a look.
What channel is the Army vs. Navy game on?
The vaunted Army vs. Navy game can will be shown at 3 p.m. ET on CBS. Check out the live stream on fuboTV.
Army next game and schedule
After this game, the Black Knights will have a week and a half off before they take on the Missouri Tigers in the Armed Forces Bowl on Dec. 22 at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, TX.
Navy next game and schedule
This will be the last game in Navy’s season as their three-win campaign coming into this one doesn’t make them bowl-eligible.
Army radio network
Black Knights fans can get in on the audio fun by tuning into Army Football Network where the football can be found every single week.
Navy radio network
Fans of the Midshipmen who need to listen to the game can sign up on TuneIn and listen to 1090 WBAL with the usual hosts in the building.