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Navy’s still winning despite losing one of its best players ever. Ken Niumatalolo explains why

Let’s talk to the head coach about the winning culture he’s helped establish at one of the hardest places to do so. Despite 11 wins last season, Navy is not supposed to be ranked right now. For one thing, it shares the American Athletic Conference West with Peach Bowl champion Houston. For another, the end of last season meant the graduation of senior quarterback Keenan Reynolds, the all-time FBS touchdowns leader, a program lynchpin, and an all-around fascinating figure.
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