Due to circumstances, our office will be closed from Thursday, June 4th  until Wednesday, June 10th. Thank you for your understanding.


football writers logo small 2019-11-21_08-06-30

All Access Sporting News

All Access Sporting News

Navy runs over Army, Perry sets rushing record

Navy 31, Army 7

When: 3:00 PM ET, Saturday, December 14, 2019

Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Temperature: 55° 

Head Official: Michael Roche

Attendance: 68705

        Malcolm Perry set Army-Navy Game career and single-game rushing records with 304 yards, and No. 23 Navy beat Army for the first time since 2015 with a 31-7 victory on Saturday at Philadelphia.

Perry carried 29 times, including a 55-yard touchdown run in the early second quarter, to ignite Navy to 31 straight points. Perry concludes his time in the 129-year rivalry with 611 yards rushing over the last three games.

"This was the biggest game I've played in my life," Perry said. "We didn't win the last three games. But that makes this even more sweet."

He put the finishing touches on the rivalry's most lopsided decision in six years with a 15-yard touchdown rush.

Perry, who ran 29 times, did not attempt a pass and Army surprise starter Christian Anderson threw just two times. 

Navy (10-2) used a stifling defense, ranked No. 17 nationally coming into Saturday's matchup, to hold Army almost 200 yards below its per-game rushing average. The Black Knights finished with 123 yards on 47 carries.

Defensive tackle J'arius Warren routinely plugged running lanes and capped his 11-tackle day forcing a fourth-quarter fumble that spoiled any hope of an Army rally.

With the defense shutting down Army, Navy's offense took the lead seconds before halftime on a trick pass play.

Perry pitched the ball to Chance Warren, who lobbed a high floating pass to Jamale Carothers in the right side of the end zone for a 1-yard touchdown to make it 14-7. It was just the ninth passing touchdown of the Midshipmen's season

Carothers also scored on a 5-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

Navy already earned a bid to the Liberty Bowl, where it will face Kansas State on Dec. 31. Saturday's win added the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy to the Midshipmen's standout 2019. They had not won the prestigious award for which the service academies compete since 2015, coinciding with their last defeat of Army.

The Black Knights (5-8) won three straight in the series from 2016 through 2018 after losing the previous 14 in a row. The Black Knights rushed for only 123 yards after averaging 311.7 yards this season, good enough for second nationally. Army had to surrender the CIC Trophy after winning it in consecutive seasons for the first time in program history.

"I wish I could pick out one thing that went wrong," Monken said. "We just never seemed to be playing as well as we're capable of playing. We're never going to be so talented that we can line up and whip a team on talent alone. When there are mistakes, they can be very costly for us."

Navy is trying to finish the season ranked in the AP Top 25 for only the third time (2004, 2015) in the last 56 years. Navy has been ranked during the season four times in the last five years. The Mids also improved to 11-2 over Army at Lincoln Financial Field.

All Access Sporting News

All Access Sporting News

Ran DeBord - All Access Sporting News

 Follow @AASNSports on Twitter, or me, @RanDeBord

Attributes:  AASNSports; AASNSports; ESPNSports; LSUCommunications; AP; FieldLevelMedia

More College Football HERE  👈 🏈


  • No Comments

NFL News

More NFL news HERE 👈 🏈

 Travel and Adventure News

Health News

Golf News

More Golf newsHERE👈🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️

More College Football News

More College Football HERE  👈 🏈

More NFL news

Thursday Night Football

Sunday Night Football

Monday Night Football

More NFL news HERE 👈 🏈

More Health News

More Health News HERE 👈 💪🏽🧘🏼‍♂️

More Travel and Adventure ✈️🧗🏼‍♂️

More Travel and Adventure HERE 👈✈️🧗🏼‍♂️

More Golf news

Amen corner

More Golf newsHERE👈🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️

AllAccessSportingNews HOME 🏠

Where Texans turn for Sports, Adventure, Health, Fitness, Travel, and even more news, right here!  Follow us @AASNSports on all social media platforms. 

Consider becoming a VIP Patron. Support local journalism. Any amount matters. Donations are processed through PayPal. We're in this together.

Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In