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Navy has a streak to defend
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Navy's David Hong (63) and teammates celebrate after their 17-3 win over Army in an NCAA college football game in Philadelphia in this Dec. 12, 2009, file photo. The Army-Navy series should be retitled because Navy always comes out on top. The Mids' winning streak in the series stretches back more than a decade and there's little reason to think they won't romp again today in Philadelphia. - photo by Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA — The Army-Navy series has long held its lofty spot as sport's most patriotic rivalry, with pride, prestige and the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy at stake for each service academy. Also on the line, Navy's 11-game series winning streak, which has turned the annual regular-season finale into one of sport's most lopsided rivalries, as well. Navy (7-4) has not only defeated Army 11 straight times, it has won 13 of the last 14 and 14 of 16.