NEW ERA: 2016 Tulane Football Preview and Prediction

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Oct 3, 2015; Annapolis, MD, USA; Navy Midshipmen quarterback Keenan Reynolds (19) runs during the first quarter against the Air Force Falcons at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday, Sept 17th home vs Navy

Anchor Drop?

The Green Wave would like to avenge last year’s 31-14 loss, but for their opponent it will be “LAKR” — which is otherwise known as “life after Keenan Reynolds”, the main story line this season for the Midshipmen.

Reynolds graduated as the most prolific option quarterback in college football history, having set the FBS record for touchdowns scored.

Senior Tago Allen leads the triple option and gets his chance to start. the Lone offensive returning starter will be WR Jamir Tillman. The 6’3 215 pound WR has great hands and runs good routes.

The Midshipmen defense returns 6 starters. Under DC Dale Pehrson, the Midshipmen ranked 26th in scoring defense and 40th in total defense with 21.8 points and 364.9 total yards allowed per game.

This conference game goes to the Midshipmen.

LOSS, 1-2

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