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But none of the 68,625 fans who packed Lincoln Financial Field felt let down after watching the memorable performances put on during the 118th Army-Navy football game, won by the Black Knights 14-13 on a fourth-quarter drive orchestrated by their Team Captain and quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw.
The entire game was played under non-stop snow fall making the conditions nearly impossible.
“That fourth quarter, we knew we had to win it and we did and came out on top.” Army’s third-quarter drive ended at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a missed 34-yard field goal by Blake Wilson.
Things were not looking good for the Black Knights But Voit and his teammates on defense stepped up and forced a three-and-out by Navy.
The game wasn’t decided until Navy kicker Bennett Moehring’s 48-yard field goal attempt drifted just left of the goal post as time expired.
It was the second consecutive win for Army (9-3) who had lost to the Midshipmen 14 consecutive times until breaking the streak with a win in 2016 in Baltimore.
It was also the first Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy won by Army since 1996.
Starting left guard Joshua Boylan talked about the experience. The senior class, we started with this program wanting to make a change.
“All year long we’ve been preaching being to be warriors in the fourth quarter and winning the fourth quarter and we just did that tonight,” Voit said.Kell Walker chipped in with 39 yards on five carries.Navy’s starting quarterback all season was Zach Abey, who, despite missing significant time this year due to injury, entered the game as one of the leading rushers in the FBS.He was replaced in the starting lineup Saturday by Perry, Navy’s star for the next two years.Perry was brilliant in a losing effort rushing 30 times for 250 yards including his long touchdown run in the second quarter.