Navy continues to impress against No. 10 South Carolina on the road, but if the Midshipmen want to win, they might want to do something about Marcus Lattimore. The all-SEC running back has dominated thus far, picking up 115 yards on 12 carries already. His second rushing touchdown, this time from five yards out, tied the score at 14 midway through the second quarter.
Navy responded to Lattimore's first drive with a long drive of their own. The drive was 12 plays and took nearly six minutes. It eventually ended with a five-yard touchdown run by Kriss Proctor to give Navy a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. South Carolina, though, responded with a 10-play, 80-yard drive that featured tons and tons and tons of Lattimore to tie the score.