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Navy Racks Up 514 Yards of Offense

………Both teams ran at will throughout the game.

………Navy came back in the fourth quarter with a pair of impressive drives.

The Midshipmen put together a 96-yard drive that was capped off by Reynolds’ 3-yard touchdown run, pulling Navy within 31-28 with just under five minutes left.

Navy got the ball quickly after forcing to Toledo to punt and drove 43-yards to set up Sloan’s tying field goal that sent the game into overtime. The kick was a yard shy of his career long.

………Reynolds completed just 5 of 12 passes for Navy, but he ran for three short touchdowns.

Noah Copeland led Navy on the ground with 153 yards rushing.

The lead changed hands three times in the third quarter.

Reynolds scored on a 1-yard keeper that pulled Navy ahead 21-17 midway in the third quarter.

Hunt’s 52-yard touchdown run put the Rockets back in front 24-21 with 5:38 left in the third quarter.

Navy had little trouble moving the ball against the Rockets in the first half, scoring on its first possession and not even punting until the last play of the half.


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