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Topic - Noah Copeland
Noah Copeland sputtered through his first two starts, bottled up as Navy's offense managed a combined 17 points in losses to Notre Dame and Penn State.
Keenan Reynolds rushed for three touchdowns and threw for two more, and Navy had a season-high 563 total yards in a 56-28 rout of East Carolina on Saturday.
It's not a mirage. Navy's fullbacks really are getting smaller.
"I just turned it up at the end of the season," Copeland said. "I should have had a whole entire season like this, but it's good to at least have a working point so I can work up from this and work into next season."
'How am I going to make it through the season?'" Copeland said. "But I ended up making it through, and now we have a bowl game."