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EagleBank Bowl: Navy Midshipmen defeats Wake Forest

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation — and this does not indicate the actual score in the game. Also, since this is a simulation, this does not mean that every player in this report will play in the actual game.

In the 2008 EagleBank Bowl from RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., the Navy Midshipmen will have home-field advantage, as they play their bowl game near their Annapolis, Md., campus. According to our simulation, the Midshipmen defeated the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 26-3, in the bowl game.

The Midshipmen had 248 yards, while the Demon Deacons had a 158. Navy also had the ball for 30 minutes and 33 seconds, while Wake Forest had the rock for 29 minutes and 27 seconds.

Riley Skinner went 18-of-30 for a 187 yards with two interceptions.

John Adams led Wake Forest with 73 rushing yards, while Branden Pendergrass had 63. Skinner added 19 and Mike Rinfrette had three-yards.

D.J. Boldin had 77 receiving yards, while Marshall Williams had 37 and Ben Wooster had 34. Pendergrass had 22 and Adams had 17.

Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada went 5-of-10 for a 127 yards.

Shun White had a 106 rushing yards, while Eric Kettani had a 75 yards and a touchdown. Kaheaku-Enhada added 36, while Jarod Bryant added 19 and Kevin Campbell had 12.

Campbell also had 49 receiving yards, while Mario Washington had 28 and T.J. Thiel had 27. Tyree Barnes had 22 and Curtis Sharp had one-yard.

The Midshipmen defense was led by Nate Frazier and Rashawn King, who had an interception each. Craig Schaefer and Aaron McCauley also had a sack.

Kettani and Harmon had a touchdown each. Matt Harmon made three field goals, before Wake Forest even got on the board.

Deamon Deacons kicker Sam Swank made a 30-yard field goal to cut the lead to 23-3. Then, Harmon made a 39-yard field goal to make it 26-3.


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