? Army and Navy have met 61 times in football. Which team leads in the series?
?The Army-Navy series is not only one of the oldest football rivalries in the country (Navy won the first game, 24-0, in 1890) but one of the closest as well. Army has won 30 games, Navy 26. There have been five ties.
? Navy has won the last two games between the two teams. What is the longest winning streak in the series?
?Five games in a row, once by Army, once by Navy. Army won in 1927 (14-9), 1930 (6-0; they didn't meet in 1928 and 1929), 1931 (17-7), 1932 (20-0) and 1933 (12-7). Navy stopped the streak with a 3-0 win in 1934. Navy's five straight came in 1939 (10-0), 1940 (14-0), 1941 (14-6), 1942 (14-0) and 1943 (13-0). Army stopped the streak with a 23-7 win in 1944.
? Not only has the series been close through the years, but most of the games have been close. What was the largest margin of victory for each team?
?Army's largest edge was in 1949 when the Cadets won 38-0. Navy responded to this defeat with three straight wins. Navy's widest margin was registered in the 1951 game when the Middies beat the Cadets 42-7.
? Navy's Joe Bellino was everybody's All-America for the last two years. Who was Army's last All-America?
? Bill Carpenter, the Lonesome End of Army's novel 1958 and 1959 offenses. He was picked in 1959.
? Which service academy has had the most players named as first-string All-America?
?Bellino was Navy's 26th first-string All-America football player. Army has had more than twice as many—54 first-string All-Americas in 70 years of football.