Navy and Army made football history Saturday: good history for the Midshipmen, bad for the Cadets.
In the 104th meeting of the service academies, Navy, a three-touchdown favorite, wore down Army and won easily, 34-6. Navy (8-4) earned the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy (the Air Force Academy is also involved in the competition) for the first time since 1981 and is headed for the Houston Bowl on Dec. 30. Army became the first N.C.A.A. football team to finish a season 0-13. [New York Times]