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Navy junior QB Keenan Reynolds rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries in Saturday's 17-10 win over Army.

He went 6-for-8 passing for 77 yards and a touchdown. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound junior obviously isn't an NFL quarterback prospect, but will "pique the interest of scouts looking for an intriguing developmental athlete down the road," NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks wrote in late October. Last year, Reynolds' 31 rushing touchdowns were the most by a quarterback in NCAA history. His season stats aren't that jaw-dropping this season, but Reynolds heads into the bowl season having rushed for 794 yards and 13 touchdowns in his past five games.
Dec 13 - 7:48 PM

Navy senior S Parrish Gaines accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Game.

The contest will be played Saturday, January 17 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Gaines has recorded 32 tackles, two tackles for a loss and has broken up three passes this season. He leads the Mids in interceptions with three, including one returned for a touchdown. Gaines has good size (6-foot-2, 200 pounds) and speed, and has experience manning both corner and safety.
Nov 27 - 5:57 PM

Navy LS Joe Cardona has accepted an invite to participate in the Senior Bowl.

Cardona is strictly a long snapper, but he could get drafted nonetheless. "Some of the NFL scouts are projecting Joe as the best long snapper in the country," Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo said earlier this season. "He has great accuracy and there is no hitch – his ball goes straight from the ground to the holder or punter. Quick, efficient, accurate and powerful – Joe has everything the NFL people are looking for." Added long snapping tutor Kevin Garvioelle: "Having worked directly with Joe at camp it doesn't surprise me at all that he's getting NFL looks. First and foremost, Joe passes the eye test in terms of size and strength. He also possesses good footwork and fluidity of movement. He's very light on feet, which allows him to get back into protection."
Nov 25 - 8:02 PM

Navy junior QB Keenan Reynolds "will pique the interest of scouts looking for an intriguing developmental athlete down the road," observes NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks wrote.

Reynolds rushed 39 times for 251 yards and three touchdowns to make Brooks' "Stock Up" list this week. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound junior also completed 4-of-7 passes for 56 yards. Reynolds obviously isn't an NFL quarterback prospect, but, as Brooks notes, he could draw interest as a position-change possibility. Two things are for sure: Reynolds is tough and great with the ball in his hands. Last year, his 31 rushing touchdowns were the most by a quarterback in NCAA history and the most by a Navy player in school history. He joined Colorado State running back Kapri Bibbs (31), Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders (37), and Wisconsin's Montee Ball (33) in the 30-TD club. Reynolds owns a solid 15-6 (.714) record as Navy's starting quarterback.
Oct 28 - 8:05 PM

The Capital Gazette reports that Navy junior QB Keenan Reynolds should be able to start on Saturday night at Texas State, as his MRI showed no structural damage.

During Saturday’s win against Temple, The 5-foot-11, 195 pound Reynolds, took a helmet to the knee late in the fourth quarter. "We have to be smart and listen to the training staff. It's also up to Keenan and how he feels," Coach Niumatalolo told the Capital Gazette. "We'll listen to our medical staff and listen to the kid and proceed with caution." The Navy Prospect will most likely skip full-contact drills this week to give his bruised knee time to heal.
Sep 10 - 2:40 PM

The American Athletic Conference has finalized the league's two six-team divisions.

The division format begins in 2015 when Navy joins the conference as a football-only member. The AAC West will consist of Houston, Memphis, Navy, SMU, Tulane and Tulsa, while the East is made up of Cincinnati, UConn, UCF, East Carolina, South Florida and Temple. Navy was the only school that wasn't slotted geographically. "Texas is our No. 1 state for players," Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said. "So we'd prefer to play at either Houston or SMU every year. No plan is perfect, and we'll be happy wherever they put us." The AAC will have 11 teams in 2014, with East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa joining from Conference USA, and Louisville bolting for the ACC and Rutgers to the Big Ten.
May 30 - 7:58 PM

Navy freshman RB Will McKamey, who collapsed last weekend at the team's spring football practice, died on Tuesday while in a coma.

"We are all so very heartbroken by the death of Midshipman Will McKamey," Naval Academy superintendent Vice Adm. Mike Miller said in a statement. "This is devastating news for his family, his classmates, his teammates and the entire Naval Academy family. We offer our deepest condolences to Will's family, friends and shipmates in the wake of this tragedy." McKamey was airlifted to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. He suffered a head injury during a game last season and was cleared to play. McKamey underwent surgery last Saturday to relieve pressure on the brain. "The Navy coaches have poured through the films of practice and seen nothing more than Will carrying the football normally, doing what he truly loves," his family said in a statement. Will McKamey was 19.
Mar 29 - 7:49 PM

Navy freshman RB Will McKamey was airlifted to a hospital after collapsing Saturday at the team's spring football practice.

"The entire Naval Academy family is shaken by this turn of events and we are providing all the support we can to Will and his family," Navy said in a statement. The school has not yet addressed McKamey's condition nor prognosis. McKamey (5-foot-9, 170-pounds) was Tennessee's Mr. Football in 2012.
Mar 23 - 4:44 PM

Navy sophomore QB Keenan Reynolds rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns in Monday's 24-6 Armed Forces Bowl victory over Middle Tennessee State.

Reynolds finishes the season with 31 rushing touchdowns, joining Colorado State running back Kapri Bibbs (31), Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders (37), and Wisconsin's Montee Ball (33) in the 30-TD club. "It's huge. You just say the name Barry Sanders and you can stop right there," Reynolds said. "He probably was the greatest college player there was. Just to be even in that conversation with guys like that is a humbling experience. I never thought I would be in that category." Bibbs, a sophomore, declared for the NFL Draft after his record-setting season. Reynolds, who finished 3 of 7 in passing attempts for 19 yards, doesn't have an NFL future.
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 07:46:00 PM

Service Academy football programs, including Army, Navy, and the Air Force, will play on Saturday as scheduled.

This ruling is just for this weekend, and future games will be determined when the time comes. This is obviously a result of the government shutdown. Air Force will play at Navy, with Army headed to Boston College. Other service academy sports might have to limit their action.
Thu, Oct 3, 2013 08:41:00 AM

Navy junior DT Danny Ring is no longer a part of the football program and has tendered his resignation with the Academy.

The timing isn't incredibly surprising, since midshipmen must sign a "two-for-seven" pledge prior to their junior year. This means the students/athletes will receive two more years of education in exchange for five years of service following graduation. Ring reportedly intends to transfer to another program.
Thu, Jun 13, 2013 09:16:00 AM

Noah Copeland looks to be the Middies’ new starting fullback.

Alexander Teich ran for more than 2,000 yards in his three seasons as Navy’s fullback. His departure left some mighty shoes to fill, but Copeland appears ready to step in and step up after just a pair of carries as a freshman last season. His work in the Blue-Gold game capped a strong spring and left him as coach Ken Niumatalolo’s the top fullback heading into August.
Mon, Apr 16, 2012 11:58:00 AM

Navy quarterback Kriss Proctor overcame two fumbles by rushing for 97 yards and 2 TDs in Navy's 27-21 win over Army in Landover, Maryland.

Proctor fumbled in the first and third quarters when he also ran for touchdowns. His 97 yards were on what at times were a grueling 32 carries. The senior finished his season with 914 yards rushing and 14 TDs. The victory was Navy's tenth straight over Army.
Sat, Dec 10, 2011 08:19:00 PM

Navy sophomore quarterback Trey Miller will make his first career start Saturday at Notre Dame.

Kriss Proctor’s dislocated throwing elbow has opened the door for Miller and all he has to is go into South Bend and make his first career start in the house that Knute Rockne built. While Miller had a couple of appearances under his belt, he got his feet wet in earnest last week against East Carolina after Proctor was hurt. Miller threw for 126 and added 36 on the ground in a 38-35 defeat.
Thu, Oct 27, 2011 07:51:00 PM

Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs capped off his impressive collegiate career with yet another stellar performance but this time it was not enough to get the win for the Midshipmen.  Dobbs passed for 147 yards, a touchdown, and a pick while also rushing for 107 yards and a score.

Dobbs is on to serve his country after leaving a lasting legacy in Annapolis. 
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Mon, Dec 27, 2010 09:30:00 PM

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