"I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction: 'I served in the United States Navy.'" - President John F. Kennedy

Navy's Road War - Takes Home Second Road Victory

Navy: 35
Kansas State: 17

In what appears to be Kameron Smith's coming out party, Navy pounds Kansas State to the tune of 381 yards of offense and defensively only allows 197 yards.

The Navy offense sputtered at times, turning the ball over 3 times (2 fumbles and 1 interception all by Kameron Smith), but it was Smith's consistency that would be the story of the day.

14/20 passing for 196 yards and 4 TDs along with 24 rushing attempts for 74 yards and a TD.

"It felt good to get out there and compete at such a high level again," said Smith. "Anytime you play a team at their place you know it's gonna be tough and KSU is no different."

"Yeah, I do have a lot of respect for them. Any team that's undefeated when you face them has to be a good team, no matter who they've played."

Mario Washington showed once again why he's their leading receiver and deep threat with another solid game catching 4 balls for 104 yards and a TD, which was 42 yards and what really blew open the game for Navy.

Defensively, Navy had it's best game yet, collecting 6 sacks and holding Kansas State RB Robert Kenner to just 68 yards on 19 carries as well as holding QB Carson Coffman to just 14/28 passing for 160 yards and just 1 TD while intercepting him twice.

Navy heads to it's final game of it's three game road trip to face the Air Force Falcons for the Commander-in-Chief Trophy.


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