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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.
"How are you going to hit a home run if you're thinking about striking out?" he said. "I haven't really thought about that at all."
"People remind me about that in the Hall," Middleton said. "That would definitely be an accomplishment. If we come prepared to play our game, hopefully we can keep that going."