Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut, and No. 5 Ohio State beat Navy 34-17 Saturday for its 25th consecutive regular-season victory.
A fresh pair of summer whites for the Navy football team.
Ohio State, part of the Big 10, lost their quarterback due to an injury, but does that mean the Buckeyes will go downhill. There is nothing to worry about Buckeyes fans because the replacement quarterback will be J.T. Barnett who apparently moves the offense pretty good. This year the Buckeyes have one of the top defenses this year and are better than most of there opponents this year. The only real team that could be a real opponent is Michigan State, although Ohio State does have the players to beat Michigan State. Even with the loss of there first string quarterback, Ohio State should still be nothing less than a top 10, but more of a top 5 team.
They call themselves “brozen,” bros who watch Disney’s “Frozen.” But these Naval Academy baseball players aren’t just watching, they are lip-syncing, too.
President Barack Obama says the Navy football team not only had to overcome tough opponents to win the Commander-in-Chief trophy this year but a government shutdown as well.
There are still no answers about what caused the deadly collapse of a Navy football player during practice. Will McKamey, 19, died last week after he slipped into a coma. Now his fellow midshipmen are trying to cope with the loss.
Funeral arrangements have been set for the Naval Academy football player who passed away this week.
Family members are making funeral arrangements for the Naval Academy football player who collapsed on the practice field last weekend. He died Tuesday night at Shock Trauma.
Navy RB Will McKamey passed away Tuesday. He had been in a coma following a brain injury.
A Navy football player remains in a coma after collapsing at practice.
A U.S. Naval Academy football player collapses at spring practice.
Franz Rassman scored 15 and Tyler Hubbard made two free throws with 4 seconds left to give Loyola (Md.) a 67-65 victory over Navy on Saturday.