Last season, Army West Point beat Navy in the 117th Army-Navy football game, the most-watched game in the rivalry in 24 years, ending the Midshipmen's 14-game winning streak.
Five months later, CBS Sports has extended its broadcast, cable and digital rights to the rivalry for 10 years through 2028.
“CBS has remained a cherished partner to the Naval Academy Athletic Association for decades,” Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said. “They are always at the top of their game and the vision we share reflects mutual respect, gratitude, and always a team effort."
The network began broadcasting the Army-Navy series in 1996 and in 2009 moved it to the second...