The Washington Times - December 6, 2008, 02:20PM

PHILADELPHIA – There’s almost 22 minutes left in the Army-Navy game.

For all intents and purposes, though, it’s over.

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Navy just went up 24-0 after Eric Kettani rumbled in from five yards out. That capped a 14-play drive to start the second half, one that chewed up more than eight minutes of clock.

At this stage, Army will be fortunate to avoid its first shutout loss to the Midshipmen since 1978.

Patrick Stevens