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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Cody Peterson
Cody Peterson didn't settle in at a position in his first two years at Navy. And injury problems arose wherever he moved.
Brye French looked forward to this weekend for more than a year.
"I had a feeling they were going to run the ball with that guy because he runs pretty hard," Peterson said. "I kind of just shot the gap. I didn't really read it that much. I got lucky I guess."
"I'm extremely proud of Nick," Navy linebacker Cody Peterson said.