Going to Annapolis for a football game this year, or just planning to watch a home game on TV? The Naval Academy has made it easy to set your schedule.
All five games set for Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium this fall will be played on Saturdays at 3:30 p.m. and televised on CBS Sports Network, according to a news release. Not sure if you get CBS Sports Network? Check here to see whether it’s part of your current cable package — or if an upgrade is in order.
The home slate doesn’t begin until mid-September, after season-opening trips to Dublin (vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 1) and Happy Valley (vs. Penn State, Sept. 15). Then come home games against VMI on Sept. 22 and San Jose State on Sept. 29 before a trip to Air Force on Oct. 6 to begin the Commander in Chief’s Trophy series.
The home schedule rounds out with Indiana (homecoming, Oct. 20), Florida Atlantic (Nov. 3) and Texas State (Senior Day, Nov. 17). The Army-Navy game will be in Philadelphia on Dec. 8 with a time to be announced, according to the release.
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