LANDOVER, MD (12/10/11) – For the first time in the 112-game history of the series, Army and Navy played in Washington, D.C. – but a change in scenery didn’t affect the outcome. For the 10th straight year Navy defeated Army, winning Saturday afternoon at FedEx Field by a final score of 27-21.
Army rallied from a 14-0 deficit to tie the score at 14 heading to halftime, before each time traded touchdowns at the start of the 2nd half. In the end, the difference was a pair of made field goals by Navy.
John Tautges and Eddie George called the action on Westwood One Sports.
(Kris Proctor’s 4-yd TD run makes it 7-0 Navy)
(Navy takes a 14-0 lead on Alexander Teich’s 10-yd run)
(Army’s Trent Steelman cuts it to 14-7 with a long TD run)
(Malcolm Brown’s 5-yd run ties the game at 14)
(Proctor’s 2nd TD run gives Navy a 21-14 edge)
(Steelman hits Brown to tie the game at 21)
(Navy stops Army on 4th down to seal a 27-21 win)
(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s John Tautges and Eddie George)