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Topic - Trey Miller
Maryland's quarterback options were whittled further Thursday when the school announced sophomore Devin Burns suffered a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, leaving true freshman Caleb Rowe as the only remaining scholarship option.
Keenan Reynolds visited a few Navy spring practices earlier this year, an early glimpse of what was soon to come.
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.
Navy's trans-Atlantic trip started with a hiccup, the first of many distractions the Midshipmen will have to fend off this weekend as they prepare to open their season against Notre Dame on Saturday.
Navy's first day in full pads this month brought an unexpected surprise for safety Tra'ves Bush.
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo knew he needed to make changes after the Midshipmen endured their first losing season in nine years last fall. One of the most immediate will be seen Monday when Navy begins spring practice: Full contact.
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.
Kriss Proctor tossed a mini-football to fellow quarterback Trey Miller with his right arm after practice, a notable event since the southpaw's left arm remained in a sling.
Quarterback Kriss Proctor goes about his business during Navy's spring practice sessions in a noncontact jersey. The sophomores vying to earn a job as the senior's immediate backup are picking up a few more bruises this month.
"I just feel like I can't catch a break, but it's still all on me," Miller said. "I get the offense going and when I have turnovers, it just hurts the team."
"I still don't think I played really good," he said. "We had too many turnovers once again, and we just got to keep working on that and come to practice working hard for this next game."