(LiVE)Army vs Navy Live College Football

Army West Point has been rolling out plenty of extra visual goodies to get fired up for Saturday's Army-Navy Game, which can be seen on CBS. First came the reveal of 17 different helmet designs that will be worn to honor different divisions of the United States Navy, and now the bar has been raised even higher with this awesome hype video.


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In what has to be the best (only?) college football hype video released from an official government account, the United States Department of Defense shared this "declassified" video of the Black Knights planning a top secret attack -- with the spirit squad -- on Navy. Undercover spies and plans to get Billy the Goat are all included in this cinematic clip to promote Saturday's game.

After more than three months, the 2015 college football regular season comes to its conclusion Saturday with one final game: The legendary Army-Navy game, played at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field. Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET, with television coverage on CBS.

Army first played football against Navy in 1890, and have played every season since 1930. The 1944 matchup between the school was the original game of the century, and somehow managed to live up to the hype. Saturday's meeting, the 116th between the two academies, finds Army in a historic losing streak against the Midshipmen. Navy has won the last 13 games of the series. Prior to this streak, no team had won more than five consecutive games in the history of the series.

It doesn't look good for Army this year, either. Navy enters ranked No. 21 in the College Football Playoff poll, having won nine games in its first season in the American Athletic Conference. Quarterback Keenan Reynolds set the FBS record for career rushing touchdowns earlier this season, and is one touchdown away from tying the Division I record set by Georgia Southern's Adrian Peterson in 2006.

Army, meanwhile, won two games in its second season under Jeff Monken. It's not for lack of rushing offense: The Black Knights are eighth nationally in rushing yards per game, posting an average of 254 yards on the ground.


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