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5-1, 1st in American Athletic - West
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In its 42- 28 win over Memphis on Saturday, Navy rushed for a season-high 447 yards, and QB Will Worth accounted for a career-best five TDs. Flipping the field

Navy ties for No. 25 in power rankings

QB Will Worth accounted for five touchdowns (two passing, three rushing) and 286 yards against Memphis, as the Midshipmen improved to 4-0 in conference play. Navy turns around for a short week, as it travels to USF for a Friday night matchup. Power Rankings

Worth scores fifth TD against Memphis, secures win (0:16)

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Will Worth has been responsible for five touchdowns today, tied for the most by a Navy player since Keenan Reynolds was responsible for seven against Georgia Southern in 2014.

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Navy's Will Worth has rushed for a touchdown for the sixth straight game, the second-longest active streak among FBS quarterbacks behind Lamar Jackson's seven.

Memphis returns kickoff 100 yards for TD (0:42)
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Memphis has slight edge over No. 24 Navy

ESPN's FPI projects No. 24 Navy to have its hands full at home against Memphis. The Tigers can take first place in the AAC West standings with a win on the road.

Memphis-Navy has big implications

Memphis and No. 24 Navy are both unbeaten in AAC play, But No. 11 Houston will be rooting for the Tigers. For the Cougars to have a chance at winning the West division, they'll need the Midshipmen to lose twice. GameDay Kickoff

Steele: Don't bet against Navy

The No. 24 Midshipmen are the home underdog against Memphis? That's a red flag to Phil Steele, who likes Navy for many reasons this Saturday. Best Bets (Insider)

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Best Week 8 college football bets

Phil Steele gives his best Week 8 picks, including a number of underdogs pulling off outright victories and thoughts on TCU-West Virginia and Stanford-Colorado.

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Midshipmen nominated for biggest upset

Navy's 46-40 stunning upset of then-No. 6 Houston might have cost the Cougars an AAC title and possibly a spot in the College Football Playoff. Was it the biggest upset of the first half of the season? Vote now!

Capital One Cup Impact Performance Winner (0:34)
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Navy breaks school record in upset

Navy's 46 points in a win over then-No. 6 Houston broke a school record set last season when the Midshipmen dropped 45 points on then-No. 15 Memphis.

Capital One Cup Impact Performance Discussion (0:28)
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Winless streak finally snapped by Navy

With a 46-40 win over Houston on Saturday, Navy ended an 0-18 drought versus AP Top 10 teams, dating to its 1984 win over second-ranked South Carolina -- a loss that was as devastating to the Gamecocks then as it was to Houston now. Flipping the field

Navy rewarded with intriguing bowl

After Navy knocked off then-No. 6 Houston, Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy project a bowl matchup against the Texas Longhorns. Bowl projections

Finebaum: 'Houston's loss also affected Louiville's playoff chances' (0:45)
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Drawing conclusions: Week 6's playoff impact

Our artist looks back at a fun Week 6, which featured Texas A&M surviving Tennessee, Houston seeing its playoff hopes disappear and Michigan rolling past Rutgers.

Navy serves up an upset to No. 6 Houston (0:58)

Team Stats

Passing Yards122.2124th
Rushing Yards293.24th
Points For33.841st
Points Against25.048th