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One of the longest rivalries in college football history renews on Saturday as No. 16 Notre Dame hosts No. 23 Navy in the 91st straight meeting. The two teams have played each other every year since 1927, making it the third-longest non-interrupted rivalry in the sport. The Fighting Irish hold a commanding 76–13–1 lead in the series, with Navy winning only four times since 1963.

Navy vs. Notre Dame When: Saturday, November 16 Time: 2:30 p.m. ET TV: NBC

Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free) Navy comes to South Bend on an impressive five-game winning streak and very much in contention for the AAC title. A bye week should have the Midshipmen well-rested. Before their week off, they beat Connecticut, 56-10, to improve to 7-1 on the season. Their great run of form has them deadlocked with SMU atop the West division. As usual, Navy’s offense is focused primarily on the running attack. The team averages an astounding 358.3 yards per game on the ground, which is the best in the country by over 30 yards. Quarterback Malcolm Perry is the team’s go-to weapon under center. He is the team leader in both rushing yards (1,042) and passing yards (722). It’s very likely that Navy’s chances of pulling off the upset will come down to his effectiveness against Notre Dame’s defense.

The Irish rush defense isn’t anything to write home about. They are 64th in the nation at stopping the run, allowing 157.6 yards per game on the ground. It’s clear that this match-up will define how this one will play out. If Notre Dame finds a way to limit Perry, it should have the offense to pull out the win. If it turns into a shootout, the team could be in trouble. Notre Dame crushed Duke 38-7 in its last outing. QB Ian Book threw for four touchdowns and two interceptions. Book’s track record in big games this season has been spotty. He’s certainly capable of putting points on the board, but if the circumstances call for him to carry the team to victory, it could be a problem.

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