This will his first time visiting the rivalry game as president.
Early in the fourth quarter, Navy (3-10) benched starting quarterback, Zach Abey (who's listed as a wide receiver), who did not complete a pass in five attempts and threw two interceptions. President Barack Obama visited for the game in 2011.
On the ensuing possession, Lewis was knocked out of the game when the Midshipmen attempted a pass to him on third-and-long trick play.
Navy: Had 0 yards passing and 64 yards rushing through three quarters.
The victory was officially sealed when QB Kelvin Hopkins snuck into the end zone with 1:28 left to restore the two-possession lead.
Last season's game was an instant classic and was decided by a field goal: Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yarder in the snow on the final play and Army held off Navy 14-13. The chains had already reset for the upcoming first down, which apparently complicated the reviewal.
Predictably, the internet had jokes, so here are some of the best about that ridiculous eight-minute review. Army didn't turn the ball over once, while Navy turned it over four times.
Navy didn't score after getting the ball back thanks to a fumble inside the red zone.
As of halftime there were no reported goat-nappings surrounding the Army-Navy game, so the Midshipmen defense has doing a great job. The 10-win season is also the second in program history. The victor takes home the "Commander in Chief" trophy. Navy (3-10) is not heading to a bowl game.
Army had the corps bouncing in front of the president and kept the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.