Army Vs. Navy 2011: Game Tied 14-14 At Halftime

The 3-8 Army Black Knights found themselves trailing the Navy Midshipmen 14-0 late in the second quarter, and looked well on their way to another loss to the Midshipmen, who haven't lost this rivalry game since 2001. However; in the final 3:34 of the second quarter the Black Knights scored two touchdowns to knot the game at 14 going into the locker room.

No surprise coming from two of the most notorious run-first teams in the country, there has only been two pass attempts in the first half of this rivalry – both coming from Army quarterback Trent Steelman, who is 1-2 for 10 yards. The rest of the yards for both teams have been racked up on the ground – 129 on 33 carries for Navy and 201 for 32 carries. 

The four touchdowns in the game have been scored by four different players, all on rushing attempts – one each from: Kris Proctor, Alexander Teich, Trent Steelman and Malcom Brown. 

Army has turned the ball over twice on fumbles, compared to Navy's one turnover.

The second half game of the game can be seen on CBS. Navy will receive the kickoff to begin the third quarter.

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