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  • Navy players to wear patches honoring fallen comrades

    Navy players to wear patches honoring fallen comrades
    Navy linebacker Brye French had never met Brendan Looney, only hearing stories about the former academy lacrosse star and his two brothers from longtime coach Richie Meade. Then one day during French's sophomore year, Meade told his team that the eldest...
  • Ties of family, friendship, service define Army-Navy rivalry

    Ties of family, friendship, service define Army-Navy rivalry
    Ken Niumatalolo noticed the Army guys looking askance as he wound his way through the Pentagon to attend a ceremony for his brother, an Army lieutenant colonel. "I think they recognized me," said the Navy football coach, chuckling. "And I don't think...
  • Offensive line key to Navy's hopes against Air Force

    Offensive line key to Navy's hopes against Air Force
    Chris Culton has been an assistant coach at Navy for a decade, working with the team's fullbacks his first five years and the offensive line the last five. Given the importance of those two positions in Navy's triple-option offense, it is fair to say that...
  • Navy QB Trey Miller held out of practice with ankle injury

    Navy QB Trey Miller held out of practice with ankle injury
    Navy quarterback Trey Miller was held out of practice Monday after sustaining an ankle injury in Saturday's 28-21 overtime win at Air Force. With his left foot in a boot, Miller watched as freshman Keenan Reynolds ran most of the drills in preparation...
  • Navy QB Reynolds draws comparisons to Dobbs

    Navy QB Reynolds draws comparisons to Dobbs
    Ricky Dobbs holds a special place in the recent history of Navy football. In the two seasons he started at quarterback, he led the Midshipmen in rushing and put up more than respectable numbers passing. He led the team to 10- and nine-win seasons. He...
  • Freshman QB Keenan Reynolds ready to start for Mids on Friday

    Freshman QB Keenan Reynolds ready to start for Mids on Friday
    Keenan Reynolds started his first game as a freshman in high school outside Nashville, Tenn., so the news that he was going to become the first freshman to start at quarterback for Navy in more than two decades doesn't seem like that big a deal to him....
  • Navy QB Reynolds' early success doesn't surprise those who saw him in high school

    Navy QB Reynolds' early success doesn't surprise those who saw him in high school
    What Navy freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds has accomplished the past two weeks has impressed some of his coaches and teammates in Annapolis to the point of astonishment. Reynolds became the first plebe to start at quarterback for the Midshipmen in 21...
  • Navy hopes its triple-option attack keeps Indiana's offense on the sideline

    Navy hopes its triple-option attack keeps Indiana's offense on the sideline
    As last Friday's game at Central Michigan unfolded for the Navy football team, one thing became abundantly clear: With freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds running the offense, the Midshipmen began to resemble the teams from Ken Niumatalolo's first...
  • Navy's Aiken making the most of his chances

     Navy's Aiken making the most of his chances
    The initial diagnosis was a sprained right knee. But as the two weeks Matt Aiken expected to miss turned into a month and the 2012 Navy football season began without him, the junior wide receiver made a rare request for an athlete at the academy. Aiken...
  • Edsall ranked 65th among college football coaches by The Sporting News

    Edsall ranked 65th among college football coaches by The Sporting News
    The 2012 college football season is still months away, but those who oversee its coverage at The Sporting News did their best this week to turn some of the attention away from the NFL’s concussion controversy, the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs,...
  • Navy cornerback leaves school after violating academy rules

    Navy cornerback leaves school after violating academy rules
    David Sperry, a starting cornerback for the Navy football team, has left the school after violating academy rules, two sources familiar with the situation said Tuesday. Sperry, a 5-foot-11, 182-pound senior from Las Vegas, started all 12 games for the...
  • Youth has become a strength for Navy over the past month

    Youth has become a strength for Navy over the past month
    Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo was standing on the field at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, before his team's season opener against Notre Dame, talking with longtime defensive line coach Dale Pehrson about the collective inexperience of the Midshipmen....