PHILADELPHIA (AP) Navy running back Anton Hall Jr. collapsed to the ground and buried his face in his hands. West Point cadets spilled from the stands onto the field and joined Army players who ripped off their helmets and ran around in celebration.
Hall's push toward the end zone in the second overtime -- and first OT game in Army-Navy history -- resulted in a fumble that Army recovered. The Black Knights went from potentially playing for a tie to simply playing for a winning score.
"Somehow, the ball got loose and we hit that thing when we needed to," Army coach Jeff Monken said.