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If Saturday's game between Navy and Notre Dame had been an actual battle on the high seas, the Midshipmen wouldn't have even made it out of dry dock.
It wasn't too long ago Navy fans got to know a quarterback from Georgia.
Ken Niumatalolo departed the locker room after Navy's Oct. 15 loss at Rutgers, and something caught his eye for a fleeting moment
Five games into the season, Rutgers is full of surprises.
It was warm Monday on Rip Miller Field — almost too warm for a college football team to be facing its most crucial crossroads in nearly a decade.
It wasn't a pleasant memory, but Navy fullback Alexander Teich discussed it anyway Monday. After all, Teich won't soon forget when coach Ken Niumatalolo informed him he would be suspended for a game.
Navy entered Saturday's game having just hurdled the haunting memory of the botched extra point attempt that handed them a one-point loss against Air Force a week earlier. After another seemingly benign field goal kick went awry against Southern Miss, they'll have to do it all over again this week.
Ken Niumatalolo was seething Tuesday, an uncommon state for the typically laid-back Navy football coach.
Senior fullback Alexander Teich is unlikely to play in Saturday's game against Southern Mississippi as part of a team disciplinary matter, coach Ken Niumatalolo said Wednesday.