By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Editor’s Note: This is just a simulation and it doesn’t mean that this will become the outcome of the actual game. Also, everyone in this simulation may not play in the official game.
The Navy Midshipmen and the Army Black Knights are getting ready for their annual battle. This afternoon, they’ll square off at Lincoln Financial Field.
Also, Navy will be looking for another win over their long-time rivals. Army hasn’t won in his game since 2001.
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According to our whatifsports.com simulation, Navy defeated Army 58-3. Navy had the ball for 31 minutes and 50 seconds. Army, on the other hand, had it for 28 minutes and 10 seconds.
The Midshipmen had 561 yards, including 477 rushing yards. The Black Knights had 253 yards.
Chip Bowden, Army’s quarterback, went 2-of-8 for 24-yards. Jamison Maehler had a catch for 15-yards, while Collin Mooney had a catch for nine yards.
Mooney also had 159 rushing yards. Wesley McMahand added 28, while Bryson Carl had 23. Bowden also contributed 19.
Navy quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada went 3-of-11 for 60-yards. Jarod Bryant came in late to go 2-of-2 for 24-yards and a touchdown.
Eric Kettani had 253 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Shun White had a 149-yards and a touchdown. Kevin Campbell also had 38-yards and two additional touchdowns.
Kaheaku-Enhada had 32-yards, while Bryant had five-yards. Tyree Barnes had 33 receiving yards and a touchdown. Curtis Sharp had 22-yards, while Mario Washington had 16 and Kettani had 13.
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The Midshipmen had two sacks. Michael Walsh and Ross Pospisil had a sack each.
The Midshipmen had seven rushing touchdowns. Kettani, who received the player of the game, had four, while Campbell added two more and White had one.
Barnes also caught an 11-yard touchdown from Bryant. Matt Harmon booted a 35-yard field goal, as well.
The Black Knights kicker Matthew Campbell made a 22-yard field goal to stop a 45-point run by Navy.
Campbell’s cut the score to 45-3 just seconds into the fourth quarter. Kettani then scored two rushing touchdowns after Campbell’s field goal.
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