All it took was a crease for Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry to flip the momentum in favor of the Midshipmen Saturday against Army.

Down by four points in the second quarter, Perry cut back on an inside run, bolting through a hole that opened up on the right side of his line, and was gone.



It was a designed run to the left side, but he saw the crease and flipped the switch to engage afterburners. Nobody could catch him. This touchdown put Navy up 10-7 with 11:28 left in the second quarter.

Jesse Reed
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