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Topic - Wyatt Middleton
The practice field isn't the best place to determine Navy has limited experience returning in the secondary. Instead, position meetings provide the best glimpse of how raw the Midshipmen really are in the defensive backfield. That's when all eyes turn to cornerback Kwesi Mitchell.
The Midshipmen had already lost the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. They weren't about to lose to Army, too.
Gone are the days when Navy's definition of a successful season was a victory over Army.
"Top 25, undefeated, BCS bowl game _ that's all that is left. That's what the next level is," senior safety Wyatt Middleton said. "As long as we play our game and keep playing hard, our program is to the point where we can do that."
"I've got a great feeling about this upcoming season," Middleton said. "Our senior class has always wanted to go out with a bang and leave our legacy. Whatever they've done before, we want to do a little better. We want to keep the program moving up."