ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Rutgers coach Kyle Flood describes Navy's running game as "the gold standard of option offenses."
The Scarlet Knights' goal Saturday is to tarnish that reputation by stopping a potent running attack that leads the nation with 403 yards per game.
"When you face the triple-option, it's about everybody knowing their jobs, knowing their assignments," Rutgers defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said. "They're great at what they do. Probably the best in the world and being part of the Navy, they're probably the most disciplined people you ever meet. So you've got to pay attention to the little details."