(1905-2005, will resume in 2010) You may not have heard of this rivalry because it's only been played once this decade (in 2005). This game is best known for an incident in the 1964 game, in which Maryland linebacker Jerry Fishman flipped off the Brigade of Midshipmen not once, but twice.
Navy coach Wayne Hardin called the incident "a disgrace to college football."
After the incident, the contract for the series was allowed to lapse but was revived in 2005. Plans are being made to renew the rivalry in 2010.
Last meeting: 2005. Maryland won 23-20, in a game that was marred by Maryland turnovers and Navy penalties. After that, Maryland and Navy were matched up in bowl games twice but the Terrapins rejected both invitations.
Overall record: Navy leads the series, 14-6.