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Postgame Notes vs. Navy

Sept. 26, 2015

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- Freshman wide receiver Tyraiq Beals set career highs in both receptions (6) and receiving yards (63). He also recorded his first career touchdown in the setback.

- UConn moves to 19-10-4 all-time against the four service academies.

- Arkeel Newsome set a career best with 14 carries and finished with 69 yards – just four shy of his collegiate best.

- Navy QB Keenan Reynolds moved into second on Navy’s all-time rushing leader list (3,491) with 142 yards. Additionally, he moved into third on the NCAA’s all-time rushing touchdown list, scoring three times to move his career total to 73.

- Navy gained 303 yards on the ground – entering the game UConn was allowing just 126.3 rush yds/gm.

- The Huskies allowed less than 100 yards through the air for the second time this season (85 vs. Army on Sept. 12).

- The Huskies drop to 1-7 all-time against the Mids.

- Connecticut’s fourth-quarter onside-kick recovery marked the first time the squad had recovered an onside attempt since Nov. 8, 2014 vs. Army.

- Andrew Adams recorded a career-best 17 tackles from his safety position – he notched 17 tackles through the first three games combined.

- Navy’s 3-0 start is the first under head coach Ken Nuimatalolo and the program’s first since 2006.

- The Mids improve to 3-0 when leading at half and 42-8 under Nuimatalolo.

- Navy was 8-of-12 on third down opportunities while Connecticut was 4-of-12. The Huskies started out with three conversions on their first five third down attempts.