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Topic - Shawn Lynch
Jaylon Smith and Eilar Hardy combined to snuff out an end-around by Navy's Shawn Lynch on fourth-and-4 in Irish territory, and Notre Dame held on 38-34 Saturday.
Shawn Lynch dutifully moved from wide receiver to safety after his freshman season at Navy.
It was evident Trey Miller was ailing. On a first-half sack in Saturday's 50-10 loss to Notre Dame, a defender fell on the Navy quarterback's legs.
Brandon Turner wore shoulder pads and shorts to Navy's football practice Monday afternoon. It wasn't the full set of equipment nearly all of his teammates adorned. It was still a welcome step forward.
The large presence of Brandon Turner remained absent from Navy's preseason football practice Tuesday morning, one more day the Midshipmen were without their most experienced wide receiver.
Shawn Lynch's first game action at free safety will come Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
"It was frustrating, but it was on me," Lynch said. "I was messing up. I wasn't making plays."
"As soon as I came back to receiver and we started throwing again, it was pretty much automatic," Lynch said. "We already had a little connection, so it was pretty good."