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Navy's riveting overtime triumph at Air Force injected optimism into the Midshipmen's season.
Navy's failure to win the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy the past two years — and the opportunity it receives Saturday when it visits Air Force — has not been far from the minds of the Midshipmen's seniors.
The nature of playing quarterback ensures plenty of praise when things are going well.
Trey Miller returned to the Navy sideline after Saturday's first possession as he had so often in September.
The aftermath of Navy's latest loss included three injured starters, two more turnovers and one murky quarterback situation.
Navy Midshipmen lead disciplined lives. They wake up promptly at 0530 every morning and go through each day exactly according to schedule. Even touchdowns on the football field are celebrated by pushups behind the end zone.
As the first quarter drew to a close Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo knew he had a decision to make.
At the first instant he could Saturday evening, Navy slotback Bo Snelson raced back to the locker room after a 34-7 defeat at Penn State.
From first downs to time of possession, Navy had the edge on Penn State in many key offensive categories.