Hosting one of the biggest rivalries in Football, the 2015 Army-Navy game is scheduled to play today in Philadelphia from Lincoln Financial Field beginning at 3 pm EST. If you want to watch the 2015 Army-Navy game on television, then you can see it on CBS or you can listen to it on the radio or stream it online at

Navy is favorite to win 2015 match up. Army looking for first win in years

The bookmakers say that the favorite in the 2015 Army-Navy game is Navy, with odds of -21.5 points to beat Army. They have placed the over/under total for the game at 50.5 points. Navy is ranked at Number 21 according to the College Football Playoff poll, as they have won nine games during their first season in the American Athletic Conference.

Army is not ranked in the top 25.

Additionally, Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds set an FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) record for career-rushing touchdowns during this season and, if he gets one more, he will tie the Division 1 record that was set in 2006 by Georgia Southern's Adrian Peterson.

Army has won two games as it plays in the second season under coach Jeff Monken. Plus, the team is 8th in the nation in rushing yards per game, and posts a 254-yard average on the ground. Monken took over from Rich Ellerson, who was Army’s coach for its only winning record this century in 2010, but that was followed by an 8-28 record during the next three years. If they lose today, Monken would end up being 6-17 at West Point, which could mean his seat could be up for grabs in 2016.

Army-Navy game legendary since its start in 1890

The two teams have been playing football against each other for more than 100 years, having first played each other in 1890, and then they played every season after 1930. One of the most famous matchups was in 1944 between the schools – the 46th Army Navy game.

It was during World War II and let everyone have a respite from the horrors of war and Navy ended up the winner 17-10.

In the history of the matchup, Navy has won the past 13, which is a record since prior to their current streak, neither team had won over five games in a row.

So here we are in 2015, getting ready for the Army Navy game, with all of the history and rivalry there has always been, however, time will tell who wins this year’s match up, as no matter how many times Navy has won it in a row, this is a different team and a different year and time will show who wins later on this afternoon.

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