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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
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Topic - Keegan Wetzel
Navy couldn't have expected much more from Keenan Reynolds' freshman season.
Jonathan Gazaille was the last player to leave Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday night.
Navy opened the season with three physical games, meaning a late-September bye week was a welcome respite for much of the roster.
"He's probably the one who could tell you he knew that was going to happen," Wetzel said.
"I don't really feel like it's the last time," Wetzel said of his final home game. "It's going to be weird, thinking back on these times in the near future and knowing that they won't happen again. Like I said, it probably won't happen again until I watch these guys play their spring ball."