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Topic - Matt Warrick
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.
Navy couldn't win back the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. It couldn't reach a ninth straight bowl game.
The cheers Matt Brewer receives during practice from his teammates on defense at Navy usually mean one thing.
"He played a great game. We always knew he was tough as nails and works as hard as anybody," Warrick said. "I think his biggest challenge is just getting to know the defense, and he's worked real hard and worked with all of us and now he knows it and he's a freak on the field."
"Guys who outweigh him by 50 pounds, and he just puts them on their butt," fellow Missourian and inside linebacker Matt Warrick said.