Sport Perry rushes for 304 yards, leads Navy past Army

03:20  15 december  2019
03:20  15 december  2019 Source:   ap.org

Trump to attend Saturday’s Army-Navy game in Philadelphia

  Trump to attend Saturday’s Army-Navy game in Philadelphia President Donald Trump will travel to Philadelphia to attend the Army-Navy game at Lincoln Financial Field for the second year in the row. It is not yet known if he will officiate at the coin toss as he did last year. This will be Trump’s third Army-Navy Game. He attended his first in Baltimore as president elect in 2016. He is the 10th president, starting with President Theodore Roosevelt, to attend the annual rivalry game, now in its 120th year between the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., and the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.Tradition calls for the president to sit for one half with the Army and the other half with Navy.

The United States Navy (USN) is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States.

Yet a 43- yard run from Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry helped get the Mids within three points of the lead with a little more than seven minutes to play. Last year’s close win was no anomaly in recent Army - Navy game history: The past five meetings have been decided by seven points or fewer.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Navy used a trick play to help reverse a rare losing streak against Army and Malcolm Perry ran for a career-high 304 yards and two touchdowns in front of President Donald Trump in the No. 21 Mids' 31-7 victory Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.

  Perry rushes for 304 yards, leads Navy past Army © AP Photo/Matt Slocum

Navy (10-2, No. 23, CFP) won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy for the 16th time and snapped a three-game losing streak to Army in the 120th game between the service academies.


Navy leads the series 61-52-7. The Black Knights (5-8) were trying to win four straight games in the Army-Navy series for the first time since 1993 to 1996.

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ANNAPOLS, Md. — At one point in a tight game against No. 21 SMU Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry approached coach Ken Niumatalolo about giving someone else the ball. Not a chance. Perry found a seam and scampered 70 yards with just over six minutes remaining to break a tie and Navy beat the

Navy Midshipmen running back Malcolm Perry rushes for a touchdown against the Army Black Knights I want to lead these guys.” Choosing Navy . Perry knew two things when he was at Kenwood High School: He Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry needs just 88 yards to set the school’s all-time

Perry, the 5-foot-9, 190-pound senior quarterback, helped the fleet of foot Navy offense run away with the game with another game for the record book. He ran for a 55-yard TD in the first half, added a 44-yard scamper and set Navy season records in yards rushing and total 100-yard games. But his most GIF-worthy play didn't end up with his name on the scoring sheet. He took the snap at the 1-yard line, ran to his left and handed off the ball to receiver Chance Warren who threw to Jamale Carothers for the score and a 14-7 lead. It was Navy's twist on the Philly Special -- the Naval Special? -- at the home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

It was Navy's only yard passing of the game. Perry was the game's MVP.

Perry did not attempt a pass attempt and Army surprise starter Christian Anderson threw just one pass. There was more running at the Linc than at the Penn Relays held down the road each spring.

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The Navy Midshipmen football statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Navy Midshipmen football program in various categories, including passing, rushing , receiving

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Anderson wasn't even listed on the two-deep depth chart and got the call over an apparently injured Kelvin Hopkins Jr. Hopkins had two rushing touchdowns last year in Army's 17-10 win over Navy. Anderson sparked the Black Knights on the game's opening drive, scoring on a 5-yard run to cap a methodical 10 minute, 41 second drive.

Perry needed just four plays to even the score on his first dynamic run of the game that sent the Mids into a frenzy. The traditional Philly game drew 68,075 fans and ESPN's "College GameDay" was on hand. The Cadets and Midshipmen stood, saluted, bounced and cheered for the entirety of what's billed as "America's Game." Trump made a return visit for the second straight year. Trump also was at the 2016 game as president-elect.

Trump wore a red "Keep America Great" hat for the traditional coin flip in misty conditions. Army called heads, the coin landed tails and the Midshipmen deferred possession. The referee said before the toss it was with, "great pride, great honor, to welcome our Commander in Chief, our President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. Mr. President, thank you for all that you do."

Military investigating possible white power signs flashed by students during Army-Navy telecast

  Military investigating possible white power signs flashed by students during Army-Navy telecast "West Point is looking into it and we do not know the intent of the cadets," a spokesman said.Pregame festivities aired by ESPN showed cadets on both sides of the rivalry — two West Point cadets and one Naval Academy midshipman — making gestures as a camera focused on a sideline report from journalist Rece Davis.

Navy forced a pair of three-and-outs to help shift the momentum and its deliberate running attack began to wear down SMU’s defenders. As the Mustangs stacked the box, Perry hit Ryan Mitchell with a 13- yard scoring pass, Mitchell’s first career touchdown reception. Navy added a two-point conversion

— Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry generated 357 yards of total offense and scored the game-winning touchdown in a 35-28 victory over No. 21 SMU on Saturday. Navy entered the game leading the nation with 349.3 yards rushing per game and finished with another 378 yards on the ground.

With pride and patriotism stretched end zone to end zone, Trump sat on the Army side of the field in the first half and crossed the field to the Navy side for the second half.

Carothers crossed the goal line for a 5-yard score in the third that made it 21-3 and sent the 10-point favorite Mids on their way toward clinching the CIC Trophy, awarded to the team with the best record in games among the three service academies.

Bijan Nichols kicked a 37-yard field goal and Perry added a 15-yard TD run in the fourth.


Army: The Black Knights rushed for only 122 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.

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 fives years. The Mids also improved to 11-2 over Army at Lincoln Financial Field.


Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo became the winningest coach in the history of the Army-Navy series with nine. Army's Earl Blaik went 8-8-2 from 1941-1958.

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  Army-Navy game: Academies looking into students' hand symbols during pregame broadcast Video shows students holding up what appears to be the White Power symbol during the pregame show for the 120th meeting of the service academies.Spokespersons from the U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy told USA TODAY Sports they have been made aware of the issue - which blossomed on social media as the game wore on - and the schools are looking into it.

Perry leads Navy past No. 21 SMU 35-28. Army - Navy has special significance for Babers (0:59). 29d. M. Anthony Nesmith/Icon Sportswire. Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 165 yards and another score Friday night in leading the Midshipmen

Perry found a seam and scampered 70 yards with just over six minutes remaining to break a tie and Navy beat the Mustangs 35-28 on Saturday. It was the culmination of a banner day for Perry , who generated 357 yards of total offense. He finished with 195 yards rushing on 38 carries with two


Perry passed Napoleon McCallum to set Navy's single-season rushing mark. McCallum held the record since 1983 with 1,587 yards.

Perry also became Navy's single-season record holder in total offense and with nine straight 100-yard rushing games. He also became the career leading rusher in the Army-Navy series.


Army's season is over.

Navy plays Kansas State on Dec. 31 in the Liberty Bowl.


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a group of people in military uniform standing in front of a crowd: President Donal Trump sits with the Navy Midshipmen during half time of the 120th Army-Navy game at Lincoln Financial Field.

Army, Navy investigations: GameDay hand signals were for 'circle game,' not white supremacist sign .
Investigations conducted by the U.S. Military Academy and the Naval Academy found hand gestures by Cadest and Mids were for a children's game instead.The U.S. Military and Naval Academies both independently wrapped up their investigations into the hand signals used by cadets and midshipmen that were broadcasted during ESPN's College GameDay prior to the Army-Navy game on Saturday.

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