Posted November 01, 2012 on
The Army Black Knights take on service academy rival Air Force on Saturday at Michie Stadium. For Army this is their chance to stake a claim for the annual Commander-in-Chief's Trophy which they haven't won since 1996.
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Army has won only one of its first eight games, but now has a chance at some sort of redemption.
The Black Knights host Air Force (5-3) on Saturday at Michie Stadium, and a win would be the first step toward capturing the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy, emblematic of supremacy among the three service academies.
The annual round-robin tournament decides who wins the hardware, and...
The ninth game of the year matches the Army Black Knights (Sagarin 164, 1-7) and rival Mountain West Air Force Falcons (Sagarin 79, 5-3.) Air Force leads the all-time series 32-13-1 and have thoroughly dominated this series over the last 22 years by winning 20 of the 22 contests. Last year Air Force won in Colorado Springs 24-14.