LIVE BLOG*: Navy Vs Tulsa, November 12, 2016, 12:00 pm

| November 12, 2016

FINAL
@NavyFB – 42
@TulsaFootball – 40

Navy #1 in the Western Division
#NavyFootball
#NavyGameday

More to come with photos a bit later


Touchdown @TulsaFootball
EP is good
@NavyFB – 42
@TulsaFootball – 40

#NavyFootball

5:30 left in game!


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!!!

EP is good

@NavyFB – 42
@TuslaFootball – 33

7:58 left in game!

#NavyFootball


Touchdown Tulsa. – Review – Overturned – Then TD + Failed 2PC

@NavyFB – 35
@TulsaFootball – 33

11:34 left in the game


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!!!
EP is good
@NavyFB – 35
@TulsaFootball – 27

13:41 left in the game!

#NavyFootball


END OF 3
@NavyFB – 28
@TulsaFootball – 27

#NavyFootball


Touchdown @TulsaFootball. EP Good.

@NavyFB – 28
@TulsaFootball – 27

3:28 left in the 3rd QTR


Kinda boring 3rd quarter.  No Score….lot’s of minor injuries…


HALFTIME UPDATE:

@NavyFB – 28
@TulsaFootball – 20

#NavyFootball


Field Goal Tulsa


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!!

@NavyFB – 28
@TulsaFootball – 17

with 3:01 left in the half!
#NavyFootball


Touchdown @TulsaFootball. EP is god. With 10:09 in the half
@NavyFB – 21
@TulsaFootball – 17

#NavyFootball


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!  EP is good.

@NavyFB – 21
@TulsaFootball – 10

11:38 in the 1st half

#NavyFootball


End of the 1st quarter from Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Navy Football – 14
Tulsa Football – 10


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!  EP is good. @NavyFootball leads @TulsaFootball 14-10 with 4:53 left in the 1st

Tulsa held to a FG.  Tulsa leads 10-7

Touchdown @tulsafootball EP Is good. Tied at 7-7 with 13:25 left in the 1st. #NavyFootball

Navy receives. Romine with two tremendous carries to 1st and goal on the 7.

TOUCHDOWN NAVY!

EP is good.

Navy leads 7-0 on first drive with 13:41 left in the 1st quarter


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Navy and Tulsa will meet with first place in the American Athletic Conference West Division on the line Saturday afternoon at Navy- Marine Corps Memorial Stadium (34,000) in Annapolis. Kickoff for Saturday’s Senior Day contest is set for 12:00 noon and the game will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network. Chesapeake Collision is the presenting game day sponsor.

Kickoff is set for 12:00 PM.

Navy is coming off a 28-27 upset victory over Notre Dame, while Tulsa has won three straight contests including last week’s 45-24 dismantling of East Carolina.

Navy leads the all-time series, 2-1, including a 44-21 win last year in Tulsa.

Navy is 23-5 (.821) over its last 28 games with three of the five losses coming against ranked opponents and all five of the losses coming away from home (Notre Dame at FedExField in 2014, at Notre Dame in 2015, at Houston in 2015, at unranked Air Force in 2016 and at unranked USF in 2016). The Mids own wins over top-15 programs Memphis (2015) and Houston (2016) during that same time period.

The March-On of the Brigade of Midshipmen will be at 11:37 AM.

A fly-over will take place at approximately 11:48 AM at the end of the national anthem by HSC-2. Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWO (HELSEACOMBATRON TWO or HSC-2), also known as the Fleet Angels, is a helicopter squadron of the United States Navy based at Naval Station Norfolk operating the Sikorsky MH-60S Knighthawk. The Fleet Angels are a Fleet Replacement Squadron providing trained MH-60S crew to units on the East Coast. Former Navy football player Lt. Cmdr. Wayne Irons (’05) will be one of the pilots.

Navy’s 31 seniors will be honored in a pregame ceremony starting at 11:49 AM.

At halftime, there will be a performance by Cheerleaders of America, as well as the Naval Academy Drum & Bugle Corps


*This is intended to be a live blog, but our software is still being tweaked, so instead of the screen automatically refreshing, you will need to manually refresh it. Most recent info will be at the top and separated by a line from prior entry.  For most up to date info, head over to Twitter and follow us at @eyeonannapolis or just follow the hashtag #NavyFootball.

 

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