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2016 Schedule
3-0, 1st in American Athletic - West
Navy reclaims the lead in final minutes (0:27)
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Ward Jr., Jackson are elite dual threats

Since the start of last season, Houston QB Ward Jr., Louisville QB Lamar Jackson and former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds have been three of the nation's best dual threats.

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Air Force 48, Georgia State 14 / Army 31, Rice 14 / Navy 28, Connecticut 24. For the first time since 1996, service academies are all 2-0


UConn calls timeout when it has none

Down 28-24 with only 17 seconds left, UConn can't push the ball into the endzone. Head coach Bob Diaco calls timeout, but doesn't realize the Huskies have none left, costing his team another shot to win the game.

UConn mismanages clock at end of game (0:57)
UConn recovers fumble and goes 92 yards for TD (0:40)
UConn running back unleashes truck stick for the TD (0:22)
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15dChris Fallica and Steve Coughlin

Our favorite Week 2 CFB bets

ESPN Chalk's Chris Fallica and "Stanford Steve" Coughlin give their best ATS college football bets for Week 2 of the college football season, including Virginia Tech-Tennessee.

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The American stood tall in Week 1

Houston's win over No. 3 Oklahoma shocked the college football world. The rest of the AAC also impressed, going 10-2 in Week 1.

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Backup QB Of The Week: Malcolm Perry

The fourth-string QB swapped his dress whites for his football uniform and entered the game in the fourth quarter, rushing for 30 yards on seven carries and leading Navy on a 90-yard drive that added a field goal to its 52-16 win. McGee: Flipping the field

You'd better be ready

At Navy, you know at any time you can be called into duty. But if you're a backup quarterback not dressed to play, you don't usually expect to be called onto the field. Malcolm Perry's ready-to-go attitude was one of the best moments of the week. GameDay Final

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Navy pulls QB from the stands to play in game

After starting quarterback Tago Smith injured his right knee in the first half of Saturday's opener against FCS opponent Fordham, the Midshipmen pulled freshman Malcolm Perry out of the stands.

Navy pulls a QB from the stands (0:22)
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22dJamison Hensley

Ravens waive RB Forsett, ex-Navy QB Reynolds

The Ravens cut former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds and running back Justin Forsett, who had been Baltimore's leading rusher the past two seasons.

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Countdown to college football: 11 days

With just 11 days until the first full week of the 2016 college football season, we look back at Navy's school-record 11 wins last season.

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48dRichard Johnson

Countdown to college football: 24 days

As the countdown to the first full week of college football continues, we take a look at one of the game's most historic rivalries: the Army-Navy game.

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52dBrian Fremeau

No mo: 10 teams with minimal momentum heading into 2016

Few things are as disappointing for a fan than seeing a fast start fade away. Here are 10 teams that fizzled down the stretch in 2015 and carry very little momentum into this fall.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

AAC commissioner Mike Aresco said he believes the Big 12 will expand. While the current Big 12 schools must settle on additions and work out issues with network partners, Aresco said the league seems to be "more serious this time." Several AAC teams - Cincinnati, UConn, Houston, Memphis, Tulane, UCF and USF - are considered potential Big 12 targets. "Here we go again," Aresco said during an ESPN event in Hartford on Tuesday. "It presents a new challenge. It's not a surprise. This has been two years in the making. We're going to have to deal with it."

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Army picked to keep it close again

The Army-Navy game is named by Phil Steele as one of the five best value bets of the 2016 season. Army has lost 14 straight in the series, but fell by less than a touchdown last season. Steele: Best value bets (Insider)

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Navy moves on from Reynolds era

Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo must somehow replace Keenan Reynolds after a historic career. Niumatalolo is among the West Division coaches speaking at AAC media days from 9:45-10:30 a.m. ET. Full schedule

Team Stats

Passing Yards104.0126th
Rushing Yards316.35th
Points For33.754th
Points Against18.0Tied-25th