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Navy Football Deserves Salute for Success under Niumatalolo and Johnson


There probably weren’t a lot of people paying attention in the wee hours of Saturday morning when Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds scored his seventh touchdown of the game to give Navy a wild, 58-52 triple-overtime victory over San Jose State.

Those numbers — seven touchdowns and 58 points — sound more like an Xbox game than actual football, but they’re real. So are the Midshipmen, who are 7-4 and en route to a bowl game for the 10th time in 11 seasons. Those numbers — 10 bowls in 11 seasons — are among the most stunning and underappreciated in the country. Navy has made getting to the postseason look easy since 2003, which is the main reason it is difficult for most to comprehend the feat.

Consider this: During the streak, Navy has never sneaked into a bowl with a 6-6 record. In fact, if the Mids beat Army for a 12th straight time Dec. 14 or win the Armed Forces Bowl, they will have won at least eight games in all 10 of their bowl seasons. In addition to the 11-game winning streak against Army, the Midshipmen are 9-2 against Air Force since 2003.

Every time Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo is asked about his team’s accomplishments he says the exact same thing: “It’s all about these kids. It’s about how hard they work and their belief in one another. I’m so proud of them. I can’t give them enough credit.”

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Photo: David Richard/Associated Press

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