Army announces 2015 Football Schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

The Army Black Knights have officially announced their 2015 football schedule.

Army opens the 2015 season on Sept. 5 against the Fordham Rams at Michie Stadium in West Point, New York.

The Black Knights then travel to face UConn in their first road game of the season on Sept. 12 before returning home to take on Wake Forest on Sept. 19.

Next up are back-to-back road trips to Eastern Michigan (Sept. 26) and Penn State (Oct. 3) before consecutive games at home against Duke (Oct. 10) and Bucknell (Oct. 17).

Army then travels to Rice on Oct. 24 before enjoying their first open date on Oct. 31.

The Black Knights’ first battle for the Commander in Chief’s Trophy is Nov. 7 at Air Force. Army then hosts Tulane on Nov. 14 before entertaining Rutgers at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 21.

After two open dates, the Black Knights head to Philadelphia for the 116th edition of the Army-Navy game (3pm ET, CBS).

All Army home games, plus the game vs. Rutgers at Yankee Stadium, will kickoff at either noon or 3:30pm ET and will be televised by CBS Sports Network.

2015 Army Football Schedule

  • 09/05 – Fordham
  • 09/12 – at UConn
  • 09/19 – Wake Forest
  • 09/26 – at Eastern Michigan
  • 10/03 – at Penn State
  • 10/10 – Duke
  • 10/17 – Bucknell
  • 10/24 – at Rice
  • 11/07 – at Air Force
  • 11/14 – Tulane
  • 11/21 – Rutgers (at Yankee Stadium)
  • 12/12 – Navy (at Philadelphia, PA)

Comments (12)

Appears Tulane and Bucknell games are new additions to the 2015 Army schedule. Army is playing two FCS programs. Way to go Army!

So the 2015 Army-BC game is not happening? The 2015 BC schedule still shows Army TBA.

BC schedule also shows NM State game, which reportedly has been cancelled.

Army beats Fordham, Bucknell, UConn, Tulane, and upsets Duke and Wake Forest? ,,, if they’d only beaten Eastern Michigan, maybe they would have gotten into the “I Don’t Care Bowl? ;)

Let’s face the facts. Army cannot compete talent wise with many of the schools they schedule. Todays high school blue chip athletes have no desire to be in a demanding scholastic and military environment. Army would be better off scheduling more Ivy league schools. Play more teams like Bucknell. and E.Michigan.
The years of Coach Blaik are behind us.