Shortly after Saturday’s season-opening loss to Marshall, Navy senior slotback and offensive co-captain Chance Warren shared an observation with position mate Tyger Goslin.
“I told Tyger that I feel a lot better with where we are after Game 1 this year than where we were at this time last year even though the results were pretty much the same,” Warren said. “We put up some numbers that are very in line with Navy football.”
Indeed, Navy’s offensive production was somewhat of an anomaly within a lopsided 49-7 loss. The Midshipmen amassed 398 yards of total offense and possessed the ball for more than 41 minutes.