HARTFORD, Conn. -- Navy made enough mistakes against Connecticut yesterday to enrage its head coach at times. The Midshipmen committed more penalties than they ever had in a game under Paul Johnson. They forced a first-quarter turnover in Huskies territory but failed to convert that into points. Their defensive backs dropped two easy interceptions, one of which could have resulted in a score.
And none of that messiness kept the Mids from dominating the Huskies and repaying UConn for the embarrassment it heaped upon Navy in Annapolis nearly four years ago.