Published: Sun, December 15, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

President Trump receives lively welcome at 120th Army-Navy game

President Trump receives lively welcome at 120th Army-Navy game

Quarterback Malcolm Perry scampered for a career-high 304 yards and two touchdowns as Navy snapped its three-game losing streak against Army with a 31-7 win.

The Commander-in-chief took time out from the impending House impeachment vote to enjoy the annual college football game at Lincoln Financial Field.

Perry, the game's MVP, had big runs all game long for Navy as he broke record after record in the Army-Navy Game. The win gives Navy its first 10-win season since finishing 11-2 in 2015. The Midshipmen will take on Kansas State in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl on December 31 in Memphis, TN. The Midshipmen now own a 61-52-7 series edge over Army. No head coach has won more bowl games at Navy. Navy responded with a 5-yard rushing touchdown by Carothers, who finished with 75 yards on the ground.

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With just seconds left on the clock in the second quarter, Navy pulled of a attractive trick-play touchdown reminiscent of the "Philly Special" in Super Bowl LII. Only in the Army-Navy Game does that stuff happen. That drive ended when Army running back Connor Slomka fumbled, and Hopkins later threw an interception. Army managed only 74 yards of offense in the final three quarters.

Trump, sporting a signature "Make America Great Again" hat, also participated in the coin toss before the start of the game.

Before College Football bowl season kicks off, one of the greatest rivalries in college sports takes center stage in Philadelphia, as the Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen meet for the 120th time. Trump had directed the Defense Department to change its rules for players seeking to play professionally and allow for a service waiver.

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