Scrimmage Notes and Observations Premium Story

By David Ausiello

Date: Apr 12, 2010

Navy’s defense, which is looking to replace six starters from last season, outperformed the offense in the first official scrimmage of the spring season on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium. However, one player in particular on offense did stand out and that is probably bad news for his competitors at the most stacked position on offense.

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