Navy offense vs. Indiana defense: Just like last week against Central Michigan, the Midshipmen will be facing an opponent that is among the worst in the country against the run. The Hoosiers are ranked 109th in the Football Bowl Subdivision, giving up just over 221 yards a game. Navy is up to 14th in the country in rushing (233.3) and seemed to have success last week with fullbacks Noah Copeland and Prentice Christian sharing the load. They combined for 134 yards on 28 carries, markiing the first time in three years that two Navy fullbacks each carried the ball more than 10 times in a game. But the key for the Midshipmen will be freshman quarterback Keenan Reynolds, coming off throwing for three touchdowns in his first college start. If Navy can limit Indiana tackle Adam Replogle, who leads all Big Ten defensive lineman with nearly seven tackles per game, the Midshipmen might be able to get their triple option going. Navy's kicking game has become a weapon too, with freshman placekicker Nick Sloan a perfect 6-6 on field goals and sophomore punter Pablo Beltran ranking 10th in the country with a 45.5 yard average.