Oct. 20, 2012
Final Stats |
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Keenan Reynolds completed a 4-yard touchdown pass to Matt Aiken with 2:02 to play and Nick Sloan added the point after as Navy rallied for a 31-30 win over Indiana on Saturday.
The Hoosiers moved the ball almost at will against Navy for most of the game and gained 417 yards on 78 plays.
IU led 30-21 with 12:18 left. The Hoosiers had also led Navy 17-7 after opening the game with scoring drives of 67, 50 and 72 yards.
Indiana got three scores on the ground, as Stephen Houston scored from one yard out, D'Angelo Roberts scored from three yards out and Tevin Coleman scored from three yards out.
Houston's score is his seventh of the year and marks the eighth straight game he has crossed the goal line. He is the first Hoosier to score in eight consecutive contests since James Hardy did so in eight games in 2007.
Mitch Ewald added three field goals, from 25, 23 and 30 yards in the game, matching a career-high.
IU quarterback Cameron Coffman completed 25-of-37 passes for 244 yards and the Hoosiers also rushed for 173 yards, led by Houston's 82 yards.
The Hoosiers defense was paced by Greg Heban, who had a career-high 13 tackles in his second straight start at safety. Linebacker Griffen Dahlstrom had nine tackles and linebacker David Cooper and defensive end Ryan Phillis each added eight stops.
Shane Wynn (76 yards) and Kofi Hughes (73 yards) each had seven catches for Indiana.