Rutgers/Navy: Photo Album I

The Rutgers Football team continued its winning ways by defeating the Navy Midshipmen 34-0 this past Saturday afternoon. SOR brings fans its first installment of its exclusive photo album from the Rutgers/Navy game.

Navy gets things started on offense.

Eric Foster provides some early pressure.

Midshipmen and the Navy goat mascot, first used as the team's mascot in 1893.

Devraun Thompson with the shoestring tackle.

Papa was in the Navy backfield all day long.

Ramel Meekins all over Navy QB Brian Hampton.  Hampton would be injured on the play, and while he was taken off on a stretcher, he would extend a thumbs up much to the delight of the anxious crowd.

Rutgers Football fans of all ages made their way to Annapolis to cheer on their Scarlet Knights.

It takes more than 1 player to bring down Clark Harris.

Clark Harris showing off one of the skills that has made him an all-around TE.

The Rutgers Road Crew was on hand.

Bright young stars: Rutgers Football Head Coach Greg Schiano and true Fr. DE George Johnson.

The pocket collapses around Teel.

The disparity in size was obvious.

The staff meets with Mike Teel during a timeout.

WRs Coach John McNulty with Mike Teel.

RS So. QB Mike Teel put together an impressive performance against Navy.

RU TE Clark Harris would make the grab and head downfield for significant yardage.

The Midshipmen would eventually catch up with the RU tight end.

 

Matei may be reached at mgeorge@rutgersfootball.com

 

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