Houston, Derek King, Houston Cougars discussed on Frontlines of Freedom


American athletic conference of course with their final game against army looming it was a pretty tough game actually navy was up at the half or team a seven houston came out and scored 17 on answered in the 2nd half to beat navy 24 to fourteen behind bear quarterback derek king who threw for two hundred seventy seven yards and one touchdown and ran for two more for the houston cougars the key for houston was that the really kept navies vaulted wishbone attack on beer in check and old navy only ran for a total their total yards were two hundred ninety one that usually average over four hundred yards whereas houston at three hundred eighty yards maybe steal did win their time of possession thirty minutes to 23 minutes and they won the turnover battle to one but there were just too many big plays a sixty one yard touchdown pass that king completed two stephen don bar as well as like i say his other a touchdown pass and so they maybe just kinda ran outta bullets autumn there back adb who's the navy quarterback uh only through for forty five yards malcolm perry ran for eighty two yards but those are really paltry numbers compared to what navy usually has houston just really eddie the i mean houston is pretty good they seven informed the season five and three in the conference the defense of line really bottled up navies all offensive line and we're able to control the game and that was the key to the game really in in this case but nonetheless the midshipmen had another good season another winning season and we'll be going to ballgame this year that's good we just looked at last weekend service academy football games and there aren't any this week but they're sure is a big one next week at his daughter pair sharia denny if in federal they like to pay the granddaddy of them all yeah our made navy cap wet uh i think you and i would agree is the greatest rivalry in college football i mean it uh it still is truly emblematic of wet amateur athletics collegiate sports are really all about there's a lot of mutual respect but there is a tremendous competition on both sides of the ball and you have both teams.

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