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Topic - Bo Snelson
Brandon Turner hadn't witnessed a Navy football season end quite like last year's did.
Brandon Turner's freshman season at Navy was five minutes from concluding. The Midshipmen were demolishing Missouri in the Texas Bowl, and Turner's day (as well as teammate Bo Snelson's) effectively would end with kickoff coverage after Navy's last touchdown.
"If we had been afraid as a senior class and tight and worried about some things, I really think we wouldn't have played as well as we have," Snelson said. "I think when you go back and turn on the tape, the opportunities that were afforded to us, most of those we definitely seized."
Miller's comportment is hardly an issue to senior slotback Bo Snelson, who said Miller commands respect in the huddle.