Army (9-4)

    Army nips Mizzou on last-second FG in Armed Forces Bowl

    After Missouri scores a touchdown to go ahead with 1:11 left, the Black Knights counter with a 41-yard field goal as time expires to win, 24-22.

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    Army takes down Missouri in back-and-forth ballgame

    Army and Missouri trade blows throughout the game as the Black Knights prevail on a last-second field goal to win 24-22.

    MIZ 22, ARM 24

    Armed Forces Bowl: Missouri Tigers vs. Army Black Knights | Full Game Highlights

    The Army Black Knights beat the Missouri Tigers, 24-22, courtesy of a 41-yard FG with no time remaining in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

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    Army wins it on last-second field goal

    Army kicker Cole Talley nails the 41-yard field goal as time expires to win the Armed Forces Bowl.

    MIZ 22, ARM 24

    Army WINS on FG with no time remaining 🦵 | #Shorts

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    MIZ 22, ARM 24

    Missouri takes the late lead after Cook finds Chism for TD

    Missouri's Brady Cook ropes a pass to Keke Chism in the back of the end zone for a touchdown and the lead with under two minutes remaining.

    MIZ 22, ARM 24

    Missouri has costly turnover in the 4th

    Missouri running back Dawson Downing gets the ball knocked loose and it's recovered by Army's Andre Carter II.

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    Army takes the lead with a TD on 4th down

    Army fakes out the whole Missouri defense as quarterback Tyhier Tyler throws it to Brandon Walters for the 14-yard touchdown.

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    Missouri band joined by 'Spot' the dancing robot

    Missouri's marching band is joined by a dancing robot named "Spot" at halftime.

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    Army's Buchanan absolutely trucks a defender for a TD

    Army running back Jakobi Buchanan puts a defender on the grass en route to a 10-yard touchdown run.

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    Army QB Anderson follows his blockers for 22-yard rushing TD

    Army's Christian Anderson rolls right and has loads of blockers out in front on his way to a 22-yard touchdown.

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    Missouri QB Cook keeps it himself for 30-yard TD

    Missouri quarterback Brady Cook keeps it on the read option and takes off for the 30-yard touchdown.

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    This punt was mistakenly taken as a fake that turned into a Navy first down

    Diego Fagot was not expecting the ball to come to him for this punt fake but he still turned it into a first down for Navy.

    ARM 13, NAV 17

    Navy's Diego Fagot Had No Idea the Ball Was Coming His Way on Game-Deciding Play

    The linebacker had no idea the ball was coming to him on the game-deciding play.View the original article to see embedded media.You would expect that a fake punt conversion is meticulously planned, with every player involved in the critical play aware of their role.

    Tai Lavatai manages to stay up for this 8-yard rushing TD

    Tai Lavatai takes it himself into the end zone for a Navy touchdown.

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    Chance Warren's impressive 26 yard run leads to a Navy TD on the next play

    Chance Warren manages to stay in down the sideline for a great carry on fourth down, leading to a 2-yard Navy touchdown.

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    My Favorite Bet: The Under in Service Academy Football Games

    Analyzing why betting the under is a great and profitable wager when the service academies face off on the gridiron.The pageantry, the pomp, and the profit.

    AP Top 25 Takeaways: Big Ten cracks up; Bedlam goes bananas

    The Big Ten cracked up, broken by Kirk Ferentz and Mark Dantonio.

    AP Top 25 Takeaways: Suffering at Texas and Florida State

    Another painfully close loss for Texas. Another Florida State flop.



    File- This Oct. 14, 2017, file photo shows Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo watching as players warm up before an NCAA college football game, in Memphis, Tenn. Navy (6-6) will be making its 14th bowl appearance over the last 15 years. But it’s been an up and down season for the Midshipmen, who have lost six of seven following a 5-0 start and are coming off a disheartening 14-13 loss to Army. Navy desperately wants to avoid being saddled with a losing record for the first time since 2011. Playing at home should help. “From a preparation standpoint, you can’t beat this,” Niumatalolo said. “You’ve got everything like you would in a normal game.” (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)