Memphis Tigers vs Navy Midshipmen Live : Memphis Tigers vs Navy Midshipmen Live Stream Online NCAA College Football Game 2019 Free TV Coverage, Week 5 of the college football season kicks off on Thursday in grand style down south. The Navy Midshipmen, who have started the season with two blowout wins, are coming off a bye week and will take on fellow unbeaten Memphis on the road. Navy takes on Memphis on Thursday in an AAC matchup. Memphis is off to a 3-0 start, while the Mids are 2-0 and coming off a bye.
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NCAA College Football 2019 Week-5
Match Team: Memphis Tigers vs Navy Midshipmen
Date: Thursday, 26 September
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Memphis has a pair of running backs, Kenneth Gainwell and Kylan Watkins, who are capable of eating up yardage with ease. Gainwell rushed for 145 yards in Memphis victory over South Alabama two weeks ago. Watkins was even more effective with 113 yards on just 11 carries.Going against a Navy team that allows just 74 rushing yards per game, passing might be the key for Memphis. Fortunately, quarterback Brady White can sling it and has thrown five touchdown passes to just two interceptions this year.
Week 5 of the college football season kicks off on Thursday in grand style down south. The Navy Midshipmen, who have started the season with two blowout wins, are coming off a bye week and will take on fellow unbeaten Memphis on the road.
The Tigers stepped onto the scene with a bang this year, taking a 15-10 win over Ole Miss followed by two wins over FCS opposition. Also coming off a bye week, Memphis will have its hands full against a talented, physical Navy team that likes to wear down its opposition with a run-heavy style on offense.
It’s a battle between one of the nation’s top defensive teams and the FBS leader in total rushing offense.
WNo team in the country moves the ball as effectively on the ground as Navy. Running a triple-option has proven tough to defend. Navy’s quarterback, Malcolm Perry, can run and pass well, throwing for 151 yards in their recent win over East Carolina along with 156 rushing yards.Another option out of the backfield is fullback Nelson Smith.
Tough to tackle, Smith rushed for 53 yards against ECU and 92 yards in the season opener against Holy Cross. He hasn’t gotten a ton of touches in his career so far, but averages 5.0 yards carry and has already tied his career-high in touchdowns this year.Navy’s defense has held up strong as well, limiting opponents to 226 yards per game. Part of that has been successful on third downs, holding opponents to just a 53 percent conversion rate on the year — 10th in FBS.Equally, as impressive on defense, the Tigers are third in FBS in total defense also allowing only 226 yards per game this season. They have allowed the fewest passing yards per game (110) and opponents are just a combined 26 for 64 passing against the Tigers.