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Preview: Navy @ Notre Dame (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Saturday morning, the Navy Midshipmen travel to EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. to take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame will be looking to get their second straight win.

The Midshipmen (5-2) will look to get back on track, as they lost their last game to the USF Bulls. The Fighting Irish (3-5) defeated the Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes in their last game.

Notre Dame is averaging 30.3 points per game, while Navy is averaging 35.4. The Midshipmen are averaging 444 total yards per game and the Fighting Irish are also above 400 total yards, as they are averaging 413.5 yards per contest.

Will Worth No. 15 (Getty Images)

Will Worth No. 15 (Getty Images)

The Midshipmen will be looking to get their first win over the Fighting Irish since Oct. 23, 2010. In that game, the Midshipmen won 35-17.

The Fighting Irish have won the past three meetings. They scored a 128 points, while only giving up 97 in those games.

Will Worth leads the Navy attack with 987 passing yards and six touchdowns. He also has three interceptions.

Worth also leads the Mids rushing attack with 618 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. Jamir Tillman lead the receivers with 362 yards and a touchdown.

DeShone Kizer — whose considered the No. 1 2017 NFL Draft Quarterback prospect — has 2.038 yards. He has thrown 16 touchdowns and seven picks.

Josh Adams leads the Fighting Irish rushing attack with 510 yards and two touchdowns. Equanimeous St. Brown had 683 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.

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