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LIVE BLOG*: Navy Vs Uconn, September 10, 2016

And that’s a wrap from USNMCS and #NavyFootball. Final:
@NavyFB – 28
@UconnFootball – 24

Uconn was driving hard. Had the ball on the 1 yard line and ran out of time!
Next game 9/17 AT @greenwavefb at 7pm.


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!!! EP Good  @NavyFB leads 28-24 with 3 minutes left in the game!  #NavyFootball

UCONN Punts to short mid-field. Navy returns to the 17 yard line. 4:57 in game. But, Navy has been weak in red zone 2nd half!

38 yard FG is good for @uconnfootball with 9:08 left in the game…

@NavyFB – 21
@UconnFootball – 24


At the end of 3. @NavyFB and @UConnFootball are tied at 21. #NavyFootball

FUMBLE NAVY!  @Uconnfootball picks it up for a huge run and a touchdown + EP.  21-21 with 2:39 left in the 3rd Qtr. #NavyFootball

Touchdown @uconnfootball EP is good. With 8:07 left in the 3rd.
@NavyFB – 21
@uconnfootball -14


Navy Football – 21

Uconn Football – 7

Touchdown + EP  @UconnFootball @Navy@fb leads 21-7 #NavyFootball with 1:08 in the 1st half

.@NavyFB can’t do it. Attempts a FG and it is blocked by @Uconnfootball. UCONN ball 1st and 10 on 20. Navy leads 21-0 with 4:34 in 1st.

Unreal. Another fumble by @uconnfootball recovered by @NavyFB .  Navy ball on UCONN 20.  #NavyFootball

FUMBLE by UCONN, recovered by Navy for a Touchdown. After review, the TD stands, and the extra point is good. Navy leads Uconn 21-0 with 5:36 left in the 1st half

Navy cannot get the goal. Turns over ball on downs on the 1 with 5:48 in the 1st half

@Navyfb – 14
@uconnfootball – 0


@NavyFB – 14
@UconnFootball – 0

10:35 left in the 1st half!


End of 1st quarter.
@NavyFB – 7
@UconnFootball – 0


TOUCHDOWN NAVY!  Navy leads 7-0 with 4:57 left in the 1st

Incredible pass from Worth to Tillman for 47 yard gain. 1st and 10 on the 33 with 7:12 in the 1st! #NavyFootball

UCONN won the toss, elected to receive and was stopped by Navy. Uconn has been losing yards to Navy defense and is 2nd and 16 on the 10!

Navy and Connecticut will meet for the ninth time overall and just the second time as conference foes when the two square off today at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial StadiumCharging Goat (34,000) in Annapolis.

Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM with Navy Mutual serving as the presenting game day sponsor.

Navy leads the all-time series 7-1 and has won two-straight against the Huskies, both in East Hartford. This will be Connecticut’s first trip to Annapolis since 2002 when the Huskies shut out Navy, 38-0, in a torrential downpour.

Saturday’s game will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network with John Sadak, Randy Cross and Sheehan Stanwick-Burch on the call.

The March-On of the Brigade of Midshipmen will be at 3:11 PM.

A fly-over will take place at the conclusion of the national anthem at approximately 3:20 PM. The fly-over will be from VP-30 out of Jacksonville, Fla. One of the pilots is former Navy football player Derrick Bruce (‘08), while one of the NFO’s is former Navy football player Craig Almond (‘08).

There will be a parachute jumper that will be jumping into Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at 3:24 PM.

Between the first and second quarter, the Navy baseball team will be honored for last year’s school-record 43-16-1 season, winning Patriot League regular-season and tournament titles and winning a game in the NCAA Tournament.

At halftime, the Naval Academy Athletic Association will honor the 40th anniversary of women enrolled at the Naval Academy.

Following the game, Navy’s alma mater, Navy Blue & Gold, will be played as the team stands at attention in front of the Brigade of Midshipmen. It is one of the best traditions in college sports.

We will also be posting a Facebook LIVE video of the March-On, National Anthem and key moments of the game.  Check us out on All Annapolis.

*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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