As the team that represents the United State Military Academy, Army is one of the more historic college football programs and competes against Navy every season in one of the best college rivalries in history – no matter the sport. Throughout the years, the Black Knights dominated the mid-1940’s winning two Associated Press national championship titles. However, they have struggled to be a consistent winner as they have not won double digit games since 1996. Overall, Army has made five bowl games, winning three. Their last bowl appearance occurred in 2010 in the Armed Forces Bowl.
In front of over 70,000 fans, Army defeated Michigan State in the 1984 Cherry Bowl which is still one of their more memorable bowl games in program history. Another memorable bowl game victory occurred in the 1985 Peach Bowl against Illinois in Atlanta, Georgia. The Black Knights won the game by two and finished the season with eight victories.
Army fans are very loyal and love to travel to see their favorite team play. Whether it be the Armed Forces Bowl in University Park, Texas to set a stadium record or the Independence Bowl Shreveport, Louisiana, Army fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Army Bowl Game tickets.
Army Black Knights Recent Bowl Game History
On December 30, 2010, Army squared off against the SMU Mustangs in the Armed Forces Bowl as both teams were trying to finish their with seven wins. The Black Knights put forth an impressive first half and held on to beat the Mustangs 16-14. Army scored all 16 of its points in the first half, including 13 in the first quarter. More impressively, the Black Knights defense shut out a high scoring Mustangs offense in the first half, giving Army the cushion that it would need to hold on a win the bowl game.