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Topic - Brye French
Cody Peterson didn't settle in at a position in his first two years at Navy. And injury problems arose wherever he moved.
Brandon Turner hadn't witnessed a Navy football season end quite like last year's did.
Still digesting his team's 1-3 start, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo stepped onto a practice field just a short walk from the banks of the Severn River in early October.
"It's definitely tough looking at it and seeing it empty," linebacker Brye French said. "Being freshmen and seeing the success we had back then and how we've dropped the ball the past couple years, it's tough to look at. Give them credit. They're a great team. They beat us handily the past few games."
"I wouldn't say Air Force was when it turned around," French said. "That's just when it got recognized."