Army-Navy game held at West Point for first time since WWII
The Army went up against the Navy Saturday at West Point for the first time since World War II.
The big game kicked off at Michie Stadium.
The Navy Midshipmen and the Army’s Black Knights were forced to move the game from Philadelphia due to COVID-19 restrictions.
President Donald Trump was expected to be one of 9,000 spectators in the stands - which is just made up of cadets and midshipmen due to the pandemic.