The Navy Midshipmen (4-6) travel to the West Coast to take on the San Jose State Spartans (3-7). The…
Rutley Still a Game-Time Decision
To give you an insight into how important Rutley is to the Spartan offensive, against Colorado State last week he rushed 23 times for 131 yards. After he went out SJSU had just six yards on 14 carries.
With junior running back David Freeman out for the season the Spartans will need to rely on sophomore Jason Simpson and freshman Ben Thompson to pick up the reigns of the SJSU rushing attack, should Rutley stay sidelined.
San Jose State (2-3) goes for its second-straight road win this evening, something that hasn't happened since 1982, long before the current team was born.
Kickoff is at 8:15 MDT (7:15 (PDT) and will be shown on ESPNU.
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