2016 Navy Midshipmen football team

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2016 Navy Midshipmen football
Navy Athletics logo.svg
The American West Division champion
Conference American Athletic Conference
Division West Division
2016 record 9–5 (7–1 The American)
Head coach Ken Niumatalolo (9th season)
Offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper (16th season)
Offensive scheme Triple option
Defensive coordinator Dale Pehrson (1st season)
Base defense Multiple
Captain Daniel Gonzales
Captain Toneo Gulley
Home stadium Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
(Capacity: 34,000)
Seasons
← 2015
2017 →
2016 American Athletic Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East Division
Temple xy$   7 1         10 4  
No. 19 South Florida x   7 1         11 2  
UCF   4 4         6 7  
Cincinnati   1 7         4 8  
Connecticut   1 7         3 9  
East Carolina   1 7         3 9  
West Division
Navy xy   7 1         9 5  
Tulsa   6 2         10 3  
Memphis   5 3         8 5  
Houston   5 3         9 4  
SMU   3 5         5 7  
Tulane   1 7         4 8  
Championship: Temple 34, Navy 10
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2016 Navy Midshipmen football team represented the United States Naval Academy in the 2016 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Midshipmen were led by ninth-year head coach Ken Niumatalolo and played their home games at Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The Midshipmen competed as a member of the West Division of the American Athletic Conference, and were second year members of the conference, they finished the season 9–5, 7–1 in American Athletic play to be champions of the West Division. They represented the West Division in The American Athletic Championship Game where they lost to Temple. They were invited to the Armed Forces Bowl where they lost to Louisiana Tech.

Before the season[edit]

Previous season[edit]

The Navy Midshipmen began the 2015 season with four straight wins, including a win over military rival Air Force, but lost to rival #15 ranked Notre Dame. However, the Midshipmen continued their winning ways with five consecutive victories, including fellow American Conference team #15 ranked Memphis, after falling to conference rival #21 ranked Houston, Navy ended their season with a victory over military rival Army in the 116th Army–Navy Game, their 14th consecutive victory over Army, earning the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. The Midshipmen finished the regular season with a 10–2 record, this earned the Midshipmen an invitation to the Military Bowl, their 12th bowl game in a row, in which they beat the 8–5 Pittsburgh Panthers 44–28.

Spring practices[edit]

Navy held spring practices during March and April 2016.

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 3 12:00 p.m. Fordham* Navy–Marine Corps Memorial StadiumAnnapolis, Maryland CBSSN W 52–16   28,238
September 10 3:30 p.m. Connecticut Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Maryland CBSSN W 28–24   31,501
September 17 7:00 p.m. at Tulane Yulman StadiumNew Orleans ASN W 21–14   21,503
October 1 3:30 p.m. at Air Force* Falcon StadiumColorado Springs, Colorado (Commander-in-Chief's Trophy) CBSSN L 14–28   43,063
October 8 3:30 p.m. No. 6 Houston Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Maryland CBSSN W 46–40   34,531
October 22 3:30 p.m. Memphisdagger No. 24 Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Maryland CBSSN W 42–28   35,943
October 28 7:00 p.m. at South Florida No. 22 Raymond James StadiumTampa, Florida ESPN2 L 45–52   31,824
November 5 11:30 a.m. vs. Notre Dame* EverBank FieldJacksonville, Florida (Rip Miller Trophy) CBS W 28–27   62,246
November 12 12:00 p.m. Tulsa Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Maryland CBSSN W 42–40   36,397
November 19‡ 4:00 p.m. at East Carolina Dowdy–Ficklen StadiumGreenville, North Carolina ESPNews W 66–31   39,480
November 26 3:30 p.m. at SMU Gerald J. Ford StadiumDallas (Gansz Trophy) ESPNU W 75–31   21,283
December 3 12:00 p.m. Temple No. 20 Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium • Annapolis, Maryland (The American Championship) ABC L 10–34   22,815
December 10 3:00 p.m. vs. Army* No. 25 M&T Bank StadiumBaltimore (117th Army–Navy Game/Commander-in-Chief's Trophy) CBS L 17–21   71,600
December 23 4:30 p.m. vs. Louisiana Tech* No. 25 Amon G. Carter StadiumFort Worth, Texas (Armed Forces Bowl) ESPN L 45–48   40,542
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game. All times are in Eastern Time.
Schedule Source:[1]

Note: ‡ Game at East Carolina was originally scheduled for Oct. 13 (Thursday) but was postponed due to flooding from Hurricane Matthew; it was rescheduled to Saturday, Nov. 19.

Personnel[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Position Seasons at
Navy
Alma mater
Ken Niumatalolo Head Coach 18 Hawaii (1989)
Ivin Jasper Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach 17 Hawaii (1994)
Dale Pehrson Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Line Coach 21 Utah (1976)
Chris Culton Offensive Line Coach 14 Georgia Southern (2011)
Justin Davis Outside Linebackers Coach 10 Maine (2001)
Lt. Col. Robert Green, USMC Outside Linebackers Coach 4 Navy (1998)
Ashley Ingram Running Game Coordinator / Offensive Line Coach 9 North Alabama (1996)
Steve Johns Inside Linebackers 9 Occidental College (1991)
Dan O'Brien Secondary Coach 3 Boston College (2005)
Mike Judge Fullbacks Coach 9 Springfield College (2005)
Shaun Nua Defensive Line Coach 5 BYU (2005)
Danny O'Rourke Special Teams Coordinator / Slotbacks Coach 15 West Georgia (2000)
Napoleon Sykes Defensive Line Coach 3 Wake Forest (2006)
Mick Yokitis Wide Receivers Coach 6 Hawaii (2006)

Roster[edit]

2016 Navy Midshipmen football team roster

Quarterbacks

  • 1 Jonah Llanusa – Freshman (6'1, 205)
  • 2 Tago Smith – Senior (5'10, 201) Injured
  • 3 Jacob Harrison – Freshman (6'1, 210)
  • 5 Malcolm Perry – Freshman (5'9, 185)
  • 6 Jon Jon Roberts – Freshman (5'8, 170) (+SB)
  • 7 Garret Lewis – Sophomore (6'1, 200)
  • 9 Zach AbeySophomore (6'2, 218)
  • 11 Troy Thompson – Senior (5'11, 190)
  • 15 Will WorthSenior (6'1, 205) Injured

Slotbacks

  • 2 (22)* Toeno Gulley – Senior (5'8, 196) (C)
  • 8 Mazh Maloy – Freshman (5'7, 170)
  • 10 Travis Brannan – Freshman (6'0, 180)
  • 20 Calvin Cass Jr. – Senior (5'10, 206)
  • 21 Tre Walker – Sophomore (5'9, 190)
  • 23 Kendrick Mouton – Senior (6'0, 200)
  • 24 Joshua Walker – Junior (5'11, 210)
  • 25 Jahmaal Daniel – Junior (5'6, 160)
  • 26 James Munson – Junior (5'8, 160)
  • 28 Dishan Romine – Senior (5'11, 178)
  • 29 Darry Bonner – Junior (5'7, 171)
  • 35 John Brown III – Junior (5'9, 203)
  • 40 Cameron Dudeck – Sophomore (5'9, 195)
  • 42 Josh Brown – Junior (5'9, 189)
  • 46 Travis Pospisil – Sophomore (5'10, 198)
  • 48 Amari DuBose – Freshman (5'9, 165)

Fullbacks

  • 31 Shawn White – Senior (6'1, 255)
  • 32 Myles Swain – Senior (5'11, 223)
  • 33 Chris High – Junior (6'0, 224)
  • 34 Mike Martin – Sophomore (6'1, 195)
  • 36 Jalen Wade – Senior (6'1, 229)
  • 38 Anthony Gargiulo – Sophomore (6'2, 251)
  • 39 Akili Taylor – Sophomore (5'7, 191)
  • 44 Myles Benning – Freshman (5'11, 235)
  • 45 Bryan Hammond – Sophomore (5'10, 200)

Wide Receivers

  • 4 Jamir Tillman – Senior (6'3, 212)
  • 11 Darian Pride – Freshman (6'3, 200)
  • 13 Conrey Meagher – Junior (5'10, 202)
  • 37 Tory Delmonico – Sophomore (6'2, 225)
  • 47 Trey Olsen – Junior (6'4, 232)
  • 49 Jordan Pittman – Junior (6'2, 227)
  • 80 Terrence Laster – Junior (6'1, 224)
  • 81 Trayvon Clarke – Sophomore (6'1, 210)
  • 82 Craig Scott – Junior (6'2, 189)
  • 83 Zack Fraade – Freshman (6'3, 215)
  • 84 Chad Lewellyn – Junior (6'4, 195)
  • 86 Julian Turner – Senior (6'2, 190)
  • 87 Brandon Colon – Junior (6'4, 223)
  • 88 Tyler Carmona – Junior (6'4, 222)
  • 89 Taylor Jackson – Sophomore (6'3, 210)

Placekickers

  • 16 Bennett Moehring – Sophomore (5'9, 180)
  • 41 D.J. Grant-Johnson – Senior (6'3, 216)
  • 97 J.R. Osborn – Freshman (6'0, 190)
  • 98 Owen White – Freshman (5'10, 180) (+P)
 

Offensive Linemen

  • 50 Eric Cal – OG – Freshman (6'3, 288)
  • 52 Nick Czar – OG – Sophomore (6'3, 273)
  • 54 Kyle-Malik Mitchell – OG – Freshman (6'2, 310)
  • 55 Mike Adzima – OT – Freshman (6'2, 282)
  • 56 Niko Yaramus – OG – Freshman (6'3, 282)
  • 57 Jake Hawk – OG – Sophomore (6'6, 312)
  • 58 T.J. Salu – C – Freshman (6'2, 300)
  • 59 Isaac Willis – C – Freshman (6'0, 277)
  • 60 Nofo Tii – OG – Sophomore (6'1, 318)
  • 61 Andrew Wood – OT – Sophomore (6'4, 300)
  • 62 Parker Wade – C – Junior (6'2, 271)
  • 63 Seth White – OG – Junior (6'3, 274)
  • 64 Steve Satchell – OG – Sophomore (6'4, 256)
  • 65 Garrett Wiedle – OT – Sophomore (6'5, 267)
  • 66 Brett Leake – OT – Freshman (6'3, 275)
  • 66 Jeremiah Robbins – OG – Senior (6'2, 295)
  • 67 Chris Gesell – OG – Sophomore (6'4, 295)
  • 68 Jackson Mitchell – OT – Sophomore (6'5, 278)
  • 69 Adam Amosa-Tagovailoa – OT – Sophomore (6'2, 268)
  • 70 Wes Mehl – OG – Freshman (6'4, 300)
  • 70 Maurice Morris – C – Senior (6'2, 327)
  • 71 Jude Hydrick – OT – Freshman (6'3, 250)
  • 71 Evan Martin – OG – Junior (6'3, 294)
  • 72 David Shin – OG – Freshman (6'1, 298)
  • 72 Adam West – OG – Senior (6'3, 297)
  • 73 Michael Raiford – OT – Junior (6'6, 300)
  • 74 Alec Keener – OT – Sophomore (6'4, 265)
  • 75 Logan Lister – OT – Freshman (6'5, 285)
  • 75 Ford Higgins – OT – Freshman (6'2, 250)
  • 75 Robert Lindsey – OG – Junior (6'4, 274)
  • 76 Kendel Wright – OT – Freshman (6'4, 290)
  • 77 Bryan Barrett – C – Sophomore (6'3, 324)
  • 77 David Forney – C – Freshman (6'3, 305)
  • 78 Laurent Njiki – OG – Sophomore (6'3, 295)
  • 79 Blake Copeland – OT – Senior (6'4, 281)

Defensive Linemen

  • 52 Amos Mason – DE – Senior (6'1, 266)
  • 60 Lance Angulo – NG – Sophomore (6'2, 285)
  • 62 Buck Elliott – DE – Sophomore (6'4, 259)
  • 63 Joshua Van Dunk – DE – Freshman (6'3, 285)
  • 65 Carter Bankston – DE – Freshman (6'3, 230)
  • 67 Dave Tolentino – NG – Freshman (6'2, 290)
  • 68 Patrick Forrestal – NG – Senior (6'4, 305)
  • 69 Marcus Edwards – NG – Freshman (6'4, 305)
  • 70 Mack Nash – DE – Freshman (6'5, 235)
  • 71 Corbin Heyward – DE – Freshman (6'3, 280)
  • 74 Rob Dusz – NG – Senior (6'0, 287)
  • 90 Jarvis Polu – DE – Sophomore (6'3, 280)
  • 91 Tyler Sayles – DE – Junior (6'2, 255)
  • 92 Josh Webb – DE – Sophomore (6'5, 250)
  • 93 Joe Goff – DE – Freshman (6'5, 270)
  • 95 Anthony Villalobos – DE – Sophomore (6'2, 266)
  • 96 Nizaire Cromatie – DE – Freshman (6'2, 250)
  • 97 Nnamdi Uzoma – DE – Senior (6'3, 251)
  • 98 Dylan Fischer – NG – Junior (6'2, 307)
  • 99 Jackson Pittman – NG – Freshman (6'3, 315)

Punters

  • 18 Alex Barta – Senior (6'3, 213)
  • 43 Erik Harris – Sophomore (5'10, 184)
 

Linebackers

  • 2 (58*) Daniel Gonzales – Senior (6'2, 240) (C) Injured
  • 3 Brandon Jones – OLB – Junior (6'4, 225)
  • 5 Justin Norton – OLB – Junior (6'2, 190)
  • 22 OJ Davis – OLB – Freshman (6'2, 225)
  • 23 Sion Harrington – OLB – Freshman (6'3, 210)
  • 24 Dre Williamson – OLB – Sophomore (6'4, 208)
  • 28 Travis Kerchner – OLB – Sophomore (6'2, 200)
  • 31 Vic Thomas – OLB – Freshman (6'4, 240)
  • 32 Denzel Polk – OLB – Freshman (6'2, 250)
  • 33 Tony Masaniai – Freshman (6'1, 250)
  • 36 Forrest Forte – OLB – Sophomore (6'1, 194)
  • 38 Rahn Bailey – OLB – Freshman (6'2, 230)
  • 39 Jake Onstott – Freshman (6'2, 215)
  • 40 Kevin McCoy – OLB – Junior (6'4, 212)
  • 41 Tyler Pistorio – Freshman (6'2, 215)
  • 43 Jake Schwarzer – Freshman (6'1, 218)
  • 44 Micah Thomas – Junior (6'1, 249)
  • 45 D.J. Palmore – OLB – Junior (6'3, 236)
  • 46 Conner Dorris – Sophomore (6'2, 245)
  • 47 Matt Stewart – Sophomore (6'1, 220)
  • 58 (48*) Josiah Powell – OLB – Senior (6'3, 224)
  • 49 Mike Kelly – Senior (6'1, 230)
  • 50 Monte Armstrong – OLB – Sophomore (6'1, 222)
  • 51 Winn Howard – Junior (6'2, 216)
  • 53 Hudson Sullivan – Sophomore (6'2, 220)
  • 54 Taylor Heflin – Sophomore (6'2, 230)
  • 55 Ted Colburn – OLB – Senior (6'3, 230)
  • 56 Myles Davenport – OLB – Junior (6'2, 233)
  • 59 Ryan Harris – Senior (5'11, 213)
  • 64 Zack Quilty – OLB – Freshman (6'3, 210)
  • 80 Aleksei Yaramus – Freshman (6'2, 205)
  • 87 Paul Carothers – Freshman (6'1, 225)

Defensive Backs

  • 1 Alohi Gilman – S – Freshman (6'0, 200)
  • 2 Elijah Jones – CB – Sophomore (5'11, 186)
  • 4 John Gillis – CB – Sophomore (5'11, 170)
  • 6 Sean Williams – S – Sophomore (6'1, 190)
  • 7 Khaylan Williams – S – Sophomore (6'0, 192)
  • 8 Randy Beggs – S – Junior (6'0, 180)
  • 9 Jarid Ryan – CB – Sophomore (5'11, 203)
  • 10 Cameron Bryant – CB – Senior (5'10, 186)
  • 11 Jerry Thompson – S – Junior (6'0, 196)
  • 13 Kyle Battle – S – Senior (6'1, 190)
  • 14 Elijah Merchant – CB – Junior (5'10, 196)
  • 15 Noruwa Obanor – CB – Freshman (6'1, 195)
  • 16 Jeremy Griffis – CB – Freshman (5'9, 178)
  • 17 Tyris Wooten – CB – Junior (6'1, 180)
  • 18 Isaac Wright – S – Junior (5'10, 178)
  • 20 Elan Nash – S – Freshman (5'11, 190)
  • 21 Walter Little – S – Freshman (5'11, 200)
  • 25 Mason Plante – CB – Freshman (5'11, 195)
  • 26 Daiquan Thomason – S – Senior (6'0, 205)
  • 29 Brady Petersen – S – Sophomore (5'10, 190)
  • 37 Juan Halley – CB – Sophomore (6'1, 196)

Long snappers

  • 85 Ronnie Querry – Junior (6'1, 208)
  • 94 Josh Antol – Senior (6'1, 214)
  • 96 Michael Pifer – Freshman (6'3, 226)

  • (C) Team Captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Injured Injured
  • Redshirt Redshirt

Note * Captains Toeno Gulley (#22) and Daniel Gonzalez (#58) switched their jersey numbers to #2 in honor of their starting quarterback Tago Smith who sustained a season-ending injury. Joshua Powell (#48) switched his jersey number to #58 after Daniel Gonzalez also sustained a season-ending injury.

Depth chart[edit]

Depth Chart 2016
True Freshman
Double Position : *

Rankings[edit]

Ranking movements
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. ( ) = First place votes.
Week
Poll Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Final 
AP RV RV NR NR NR NR 25 24 22 NR RV RV RV 20 RV RV 
Coaches RV RV RV RV RV NR RV 25 22 RV RV RV RV 20 RV RV 
CFP Not released NR NR NR 25 19 25 Not released

Game summaries[edit]

Fordham[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Fordham 10 0 3 3 16
Navy 21 14 14 3 52
Overall record Last meeting Result
1–0 1914 NAVY, 14–0

Connecticut[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Connecticut 0 7 14 3 24
Navy 7 14 0 7 28
Overall record Last meeting Result
7–1 2015 NAVY, 28–18

at Tulane[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Navy 0 7 6 8 21
Tulane 0 7 7 0 14
  • Date: September 17, 2016
  • Location: Yulman Stadium, New Orleans
  • Game start: 7:06 pm EST
  • Elapsed time: 2 hours 57 minutes
  • Game attendance: 21,503
  • Game weather: Temp: 80 F • Wind: SSW 13 MPH • Weather: Cloudy
  • Referee: Rick Lourniet
  • Television network: ASN
Overall record Last meeting Result
8–11–1 2015 NAVY, 31–14

at Air Force[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Navy 0 0 0 14 14
Air Force 0 3 14 11 28
Overall record Last meeting Result
20–28 2015 NAVY, 33–11

Houston[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#6 Houston 10 10 7 13 40
Navy 10 10 21 5 46
Overall record Last meeting Result
0–2 2015 HOU, 33–11

This game marked Navy Midshipmen's biggest upset victory facing a top-10 ranked opponent in 32 years. (Since 1984 as they won against #2 ranked South Carolina) The game marked Ken Niumatalolo's 4th win over a ranked team.

Memphis[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Memphis 14 0 7 7 28
#24 Navy 14 7 14 7 42
Overall record Last meeting Result
1–0 2015 NAVY, 45–20

With this victory, Navy has 14th straight home wins, making it the 3rd longest active streak in FBS history. Also their longest at Navy-Marine Stadium since it opened in 1959.[2] Personal player highlights include: wide receiver Jamir Tillman became the 2nd all-time receiver in Naval Academy history with 1,281 career receiving yards, passing Phil McConkey. And quarterback Will Worth had career highs with 201 rushing yards (286 total yards) and 5 touchdowns.

at South Florida[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#22 Navy 0 14 7 24 45
South Florida 28 14 3 7 52
Overall record Last meeting Result
1–0 2015 NAVY, 29–17

vs. Notre Dame[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Notre Dame 10 7 7 3 27
Navy 7 7 7 7 28
Overall record Last meeting Result
12–76–1 2015 NAVY, 28, 27

With this rare victory, Navy beat Notre Dame for only the 4th time in 52 years (1963) in the nation's longest-running intersectional rivalry since 1926 (the 90th year), the Fighting Irish previously won five in a row against the Midshipmen. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo got this 3rd win over Notre Dame, tying former Navy coach Wayne Hardin from the 1960s, and handing the Fighting Irish their 14th losing season ever. Navy quarterback Will Worth ran for 175 yards with two touchdowns, making it his 9th consecutive game with a rushing score. Worth finished with his 4th straight 100-yard rushing performance (his 5th of the season).

Tulsa[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Tulsa 10 10 7 13 40
Navy 14 14 0 14 42
Overall record Last meeting Result
2–1 2015 NAVY, 44–21

After this win, Navy has 15 straight home victories, making it the second longest winning streak in the FBS. Navy also has the winningest Senior Class in Naval Academy history with 36-13, tying the all-time program record with the class of 1909 (36-7-5) and the class of 2016 (36-16). And 14 straight Senior Day victories, the Midshipmen stand alone in the Western Division in the American Conference. Personal highlights include Navy wide receiver Jamir Tillman who moved to second place on Navy's career receiving yards leaders list with 1,454 catches, passing Phil McConkey with 1,278 catches.

at East Carolina[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Navy 7 24 21 14 66
East Carolina 14 3 14 0 31
Overall record Last meeting Result
4–1 2015 NAVY, 45–21

With this win, Navy clinched the AAC West division title, and will move on to the AAC championship game in only their second year in the conference, they also set some school record season highs; highest point total (66), most rushing touchdowns (9), and rushing yards (456). Personal highlights include Navy quarterback Will Worth becoming just the 5th player in school history with 1,000+ rushing and passing yards in a season. And six straight 100 yard games, ten with a rushing touchdown, which is the longest active streak in the FBS. Worth is tied with Jeremy McNichols from Boise State with 22 rushing touchdowns.

at SMU[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Navy 14 14 28 19 75
SMU 7 17 0 7 31
  • Date: November 26, 2016
  • Location: Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Dallas
  • Game start: 3:39 pm EST
  • Elapsed time: 3 hours 11 minutes
  • Game attendance: 21,283
  • Game weather: Temp: 63 F • Wind: SE 4 MPH • Weather: Partly Cloudy
  • Referee: Michael Roche
  • TV announcers (ESPNU): Kevin Brown and Clint Stoemer
Overall record Last meeting Result
10–7 2015 NAVY, 55–14

Temple[edit]

2016 American Athletic Conference Football Championship Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Temple 14 10 0 10 34
#20 Navy 0 3 7 0 10
Overall record Last meeting Result
6–5 2014 NAVY, 31–24

This game marked the first game, after 136 years of being independent, that Navy was in a conference championship.

vs. Army[edit]

Army–Navy Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Army 7 7 0 7 21
Navy 0 0 10 7 17
  • Date: December 10, 2016
  • Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
  • Game start: 3:12 pm EST
  • Elapsed time: 3 hours 3 minutes
  • Game attendance: 71,600
  • Game weather: Temp: 36 F • Wind: W 11 MPH • Weather: Sunny
  • Referee: Stuart Mullins
  • TV announcers (CBS): Verne Lundquist*, Gary Danielson and Allie LaForce (*This game is Verne Lundquist's final telecast as a play-by-play announcer)
Overall record Last meeting Result
60–49–7 2015 ARMY, 21–17

Louisiana Tech (Armed Forces Bowl)[edit]

Armed Forces Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
LA Tech 17 14 0 17 48
Navy 7 17 7 14 45
Overall record Last meeting Result
2–0 2010 NAVY, 37–24

References[edit]