Tyler White knocked down a 3-point shot with 30 seconds remaining as Northern Kentucky held off Navy 72-65 on Saturday.
All Keenan Reynolds wanted was to beat Army. The nimble-footed quarterback got his wish, dashing through the snow and a weary defense all the way into the NCAA record book.
This weekend’s Army/Navy game is a tradition bordering on the sacred. Even the game ball has a special way of getting into the stadium.
I think we can all agree that the 2013 football seasons has flown by. It seems like only yesterday that I was picking the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans to meet in the Super Bowl.
In just two seasons at the Naval Academy, Keenan Reynolds has already earned a reputation for exuding confidence and poise in pressure-filled situations.
Ken Niumatalolo joined Ed and Steve this morning to talk about the Army Navy game Saturday.
There was no bowl snub for Middle Tennessee with its 8-4 record this year after moving to Conference USA.
Tilman Dunbar scored a career-high 28 points, including four of six free throws in the final 34 seconds, as Navy held off a late surge from The Citadel 79-74.
Worth Smith led Navy with 15 points and nine rebounds on Saturday night in a 73-58 victory over Maryland-Baltimore County.
Keenan Reynolds set an NCAA record by scoring seven rushing touchdowns, including the game-winner in the third overtime, and Navy downed San Jose State 58-52 on Friday night.
Virginia beat Navy 67-42 on Tuesday night.
South Alabama coach Joey Jones knew his team was going to have to score early and often to have any chance of knocking off Navy and its high-powered offense Saturday night.