Navy's chances slip away

Mids falter after committing 3 turnovers

QB Kaheaku-Enhada hurt

Wake Forest 44 Navy 24

October 21, 2007|By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,Sun reporter

Navy's only chance yesterday against defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Wake Forest was to keep pace with the Demon Deacons' high-powered offense.

On a sunny homecoming afternoon in front of 36,992, the second-largest crowd in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium history, the Midshipmen were doing that until their starting quarterback went down and turnovers started creeping into their game.

Delaware@Navy Saturday, 1 p.m., CSTV, 1090 AM

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