Run and Shoot: Good Knight?

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Good Knight?

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Well, Navy started the second half strong...at least.

The Mids started the second half with a seven play, 67-yard drive that took 2:41 off the clock and resulted in a QB keeper by Enhada for a score to make it 24-14 Rutgers.

Mike Teel was then picked off by Navy's Ketric Buffin, his 3rd pick in his past 5 games and the 2nd this season, that gave Navy 1st and 10 on the Rutgers' 22 yard line.

But that is when the Navy bubble burst. Last season the Mids had four interceptions all season long, today they have three as Enhada threw another pick, the most in his career and the most by a Navy QB since 2000 agains Tulane, as Courtney Greene got a diving pick in the back of the endzone to give Rutgers the ball back and quiet the Navy drive.

On the next Rutgers drive, the Knights got a steady dose of Ray Rice in which the Knights drove all the way down field and ended up with a field goal to increase their lead to 27-14.

CSTV,com's Adam Caparell thinks the Mids just don't have the firepower offensively to play from behind. This game could be all over but the Navy crying.

Rice now has 28 attempts for 148 yards, including another 40 receiving yards and two TDs.

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