2010 Armed Forces Bowl vs. SMU - McNary fumble recovery
1985 Peach Bowl vs. Illinois - Jones to Spellmon
1995 Army-Navy Game vs. Navy - The Drive
1945 Army-Navy Game vs. Navy - Game of the Century
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2010 Armed Forces Bowl
McNary fumble recovery
Army vs. SMU
16 - 14
December 30, 2010
Gerald J. Ford Stadium, University Park, TX
Making their first bowl appearance in 14 seasons, Army was more than ready for the SMU team. Army lept out to a 16 - 0 lead in the second and held on a late rally by SMU for the win. The first touchdown of the game came on a dramatic 55 yard fumble recovery by Josh McNary.
1985 Peach Bowl
Jones to Spellmon
Army vs. Illinois
31 - 29
December 31, 1985
Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, GA
After winning the Cherry Bowl in 1984, Army was looking to beat another Big Ten team in the '85 Peach Bowl. Illinois kept the game close, and briefly took the lead in the 3rd quarter, putting Army down by 2. Army had an answer for that, with Clarence Jones tossing a 26 yard completion to Scott Spellmon. Army never trailed after that and achieved back-to-back bowl wins.
1995 Army-Navy Game
Army vs. Navy
14 - 13
December 2, 1995
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
Army had a 5 year win streak against Navy from 1992 - 1996, and each game was won by no more than 4 points. In the 1995 matchup, Army was trailing by 6 points late in the 4th quarter but managed a 99 yard touchdown drive for the win. The drive was kept alive by a legendary 28 yard pass from Ronnie McAda to John Graves on a 4th and 24h.
1945 Army-Navy Game
Game of the Century
1 Army vs. 2 Navy
32 - 13
December 1, 1945
Philadelphia Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
Considered one of the best games of the 20th century, #1 ranked Army and #2 ranked Navy faced off for the 1945 championship game. Army took a 13 point first half lead and then slammed Navy in the first minute of the second half with a 46 yard interception from Doc Blanchard. Blanchard had three touchdowns and Glenn Davis contributed another two for the win. The victory gave Army back-to-back championships, and they would gain a three-peat the following year.