A lot of eyes will be on this game. If Navy wants to win at home, it will need to correct several mistakes it made vs. Marshall.
Healthy teams, good football and excellent coaching is what Gavin Jernigan wants from the Army-Navy game. Oh, and a Navy win.
The best players are on the field. But, like for many of us, 2020 is not Navy’s year.
Navy looks to improve to 3-0 in American Athletic Conference play this weekend at East Carolina.
Ken Niumatalolo earned his 100th win at Navy, and the Midshipmen improve to a record of 2-2 with a win over the Temple Owls.
Is it the inconsistencies caused by the pandemic, or are the departures and transfers catching up with Navy? Are the Mids experiencing a drought in talent?
Asterisks and uncertainty aside, Navy should be favored against Air Force in the first C.I.C. meeting of 2020
Any notion suggesting the Navy Midshipmen are at a disadvantage heading into their game against Air Force is entirely false.
With Dalen Morris leading the way, the Midshipmen engineered an incredible second half comeback in New Orleans. Time expired as Bijan Nichols kicked 33-yard field goal.
Navy is hoping to come back from New Orleans with a win. It’s the AAC opener for both teams.