Navy Football: 5 Predictions for the Midshipmen's 2012 Season

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Navy Football: 5 Predictions for the Midshipmen's 2012 Season
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The 2012 Navy football team is ready to rebound after an uncharacteristic 5-7 campaign in 2011, with their sights set on the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy and the Army-Navy game.

The Midshipmen's schedule is a roller coaster ride, with a pair of tough games against Notre Dame and Penn State, followed by beatable opponents VMI and San Jose State. Then, the schedule picks back up with road tests at Air Force and Central Michigan, followed by the homecoming game against Indiana. The remaining games (at ECU and Troy, home against Florida Atlantic and Texas State, then at Lincoln Financial Field for the Army game) are all winnable, but the Midshipmen cannot afford to sleep on any of these opponents if they plan on putting together a solid season.

I will take you through my predictions for the 2012 Navy football season. Some predictions are bold, but none of them are out of the question for the Midshipmen.  

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