For nearly a year, Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds thought about the one play he didn't make. The Midshipmen were facing Notre Dame in November 2014, when offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper dialed up a fullback pass.
Noah Copeland threw it and Reynolds was in position to catch it. Everything was set up perfectly until the ball clanked off Reynolds' hands.
"If he makes that catch, slips another tackle, maybe he scores and we win the game," Jasper said of the eventual 49-39 loss to the Fighting Irish. "That was eating him up for a year. I know deep down when he's by himself, that play plays over and over in his mind."
Thirteen months later and after...