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How to watch Air Force vs. Army: TV schedule, streaming, radio and more

Air Force and Army get prime coverage by being placed on over-the-air CBS Sports.

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Air Force goes on the road for an early kick off to take on its rival Army with the Commander-in-Chief trophy on the line; the Falcons can win the trophy and Army has a chance to cause a mess by getting a win over the Falcons and then the trophy will come down to the Army vs. Navy game.

Army will run the ball like they normally do and out of its triple-option set and will throw at most seven times in this game. Air Force will run the ball quite a bit but Kale Pearson is capable of throwing the ball through the air and this could be the difference in this game.

While Army is struggling as their 2-5 record shows, this is a rivalry game, despite it being the under card to Army vs. Navy, but the Falcons are the much better team by turning around the 2014 season compared to 2013 and should be able to become bowl eligible and take home the Commander-in-Chief.

Location: West Point, New York; Michie Stadium

Game time: 11:30 a.m. ET

TV: CBS

Radio: Sirius Satellite Radio: Channel 134, XM Satellite Radio: Channel 201; Army affiliates and Air Force affiliates

Online streaming: CBSSports.com

Odds: Opened at 5.5 in favor of Air Force, but currently the line has dipped to 2.5 points for the Falcons