Army Navy Game 2010

December 4, 2010 by staff 

Army Navy Game 2010, Army-Navy game in 2010 often leads championship Saturday. Instead, the game Army-Navy 2010 is another week, while Oregon, Auburn and other BCS contenders are in action today. Although this is the conference championship Saturday, it is not the last day of the pre-season bowl. That will come next Saturday, when the academy finally faces off again in Philadelphia. As such, it constitutes another example of how the game Army-Navy is different from the rest.

Normally, this rivalry is taken on the first week of December, or last week of November in years past. However, the battle has now been reduced to an undercard before the conference championship confrontations later in the day.

In this case, the game Army-Navy 2010 was pushed back a week, while Oregon, Auburn, and teams from the ACC, Big 12 and Big East battle for BCS berths. On December 11, the Black Knights and Midshipmen will be autonomous in the last game before the bowl season.

This slice became historical by other means, as both programs are eligible to bowl the first time in 15 years. Aspiring to enter 8-3, and were blocked in the Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 23. As for the Black Knights, they are 6-5, and are appropriately directed to the Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 30.

When the game Army-Navy 2010, the two teams must know who their opponents bowl. Yet they seem like small compared matchups, according to the history and pageantry of this rivalry is renewed.

Of course, this rivalry has been a lot worse in one season of college football in recent decades. Now that both academies are not of national power more, the tradition is its main drawing point now. In fact, it is such a historic showdown, after playing second fiddle to the conference championship is unacceptable, at least this year.

No matter when it is required, however, the game of the Army-Navy 2010 offers a great opportunity for the Black Knights. Since this year has been their most successful in a long time, they have hopes to top it off by beating the Midshipmen for the first time since 2001. Yet they did not even score a touchdown against the Midshipmen since 2006.

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