The Army-Navy Game is always a must-see spectacle, but there will be even more glitz and glamour when the two teams face off in Baltimore on Saturday afternoon thanks to the presence of president-elect Donald Trump.
The news was confirmed by a Trump spokesperson, who said the president-elect will follow tradition by sitting on the Army sideline in the first half and Navy sideline in the second.
It will be the first time a president-elect or United State President attended the game since Barack Obama made the trip in 2011.
This will be the first time that both teams enter the rivalry game with winning records, and we all know how much President-Elect Trump loves winners.
Navy has controlled Army in the series, holding a 60-49-7 lead.
The recent dominance of the Midshipmen has led to 14 wins in a row over the Black Knights.
Navy enters the game as a seven-point favorite, so the gamblers out there taking the Midshipmen need to hope they win “bigly.”
Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium is set for 3 p.m. ET on CBS.
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