Sunday, November 22, 2015

2015 Topps

2015 Topps Pittsburgh Pirates

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Team Set Checklist

48           John Axford
66           Vance Worley
79           Starling Marte
106        Pedro Alvarez
124        Mark Melancon
127        NL Batting - Andrew McCutchen - Justin Morneau - Josh Harrison
146        Tony Watson
205        Josh Harrison
253        Gregory Polanco
269        Jordy Mercer
271        Pittsburgh Pirates
292        Neil Walker
296        Charlie Morton
303        Ike Davis
345        Brandon Cumpton
388        Francisco Liriano
400        Andrew McCutchen
416        Francisco Cervelli
418        Jung Ho Kang
466        A.J. Burnett
551        Corey Hart
581        John Holdzkom
589        Jeff Locke
671        Gerrit Cole
US12      Travis Ishikawa
US15      River City Rakers - Andrew McCutchen & Josh Harrison
US70      Vance Worley
US71      Joakim Soria
US100   Andrew McCutchen
US140   Mark Melancon
US184   Sean Rodriguez
US219   Michael Morse
US222   Arquimedes Caminero
US312   Scott Oberg RC Rockies & Deolis Guerra RC Pirates
US343   A.J. Burnett
US344   Aramis Ramirez
US347   Joe Blanto
US355   Gerrit Cole

Navy Football Week 13

Navy Football - Week 13
at Houston
November 27
12:00 (ABC)

The winner will host the AAC Championship game at Noon on December 5.

Game Notes
Media Guide

Navy (9-1)

Game Notes
Media Guide

Houston (10-1)

Tuesday Interviews

Wednesday Interviews

This Week in The American

Thursday, November 26
USF at UCF * (7:30 p.m., ESPN)

Friday, November 27 Navy at Houston * (Noon, ABC/ESPN2)
Tulsa at Tulane * (8 p.m., ESPNU)

Saturday, November 28
Cincinnati at East Carolina * (Noon, CBSSN)
SMU at Memphis * (Noon, ESPNews)
UConn at Temple * (7 p.m., ESPNU)

Last Week's Results

East Carolina 44, UCF 7
USF 65, Cincinnati 27
Temple 31, Memphis 12
UConn 20, Houston 17
Navy 44, Tulsa 21
SMU 49, Tulane 21

The Battle for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy

This Week

Navy at Houston
Army Bye week
Air Force at New Mexico

Last Week

Navy 44, Tulsa 21
Rutgers 31, Army 21
Air Force 37, Boise State 30

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Navy Football Week 12

Navy Football - Week 12
at Tulsa
November 21
7:00 PM (CBSSN)
Tulsa, OK

Game Notes
Media Guide

Navy (8-1)

Game Notes
Media Guide

Tulsa (5-5)

Tuesday Interviews

Wednesday Interviews

This Week in The American

Thursday, November 19
East Carolina at UCF (7:30 p.m., ESPN)

Friday, November 20
Cincinnati at USF (8 p.m., CBSSN)

Saturday, November 21
Memphis at Temple (Noon)
Tulane at SMU (8 p.m., ESPNews)
Houston at UConn
Navy at Tulsa

Last Week's Results

Tulane 34, Army 31
Navy 55, SMU 14
USF 44, Temple 23
Houston 35, Memphis 34
Cincinnati 49, Tulsa 38

The Battle for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy

This Week

Navy at Tulsa
Army vs. 
Air Force vs. 

Last Week
Navy 55, SMU 14
Tulane 34, Army 31
Air Force 35, Utah State 28

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Navy Football Week 11

November 14
3:30 PM (CBSSN)
Annapolis, MD

Game Notes
Media Guide

Live Blog

Navy (7-1)

SMU (1-8)

Tuesday Interviews

Wednesday Interviews

This Week in The American

Saturday, November 14
Tulane at Army (Noon, CBSSN) 

SMU at Navy (3:30 p.m., CBSSN) 
Temple at USF (7 p.m., CBSSN) 
Memphis at Houston (7 p.m., ESPN2) 
Tulsa at Cincinnati (7:30 p.m., ESPNews)

Last Week's Results

Temple 60, SMU 40

Tulsa 40, UCF 35
Houston 33, Cincinnati 30
UConn 7, Tulane 3
Navy 45, Memphis 20
USF 22, East Carolina 17

The Battle for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy

This Week

Navy vs. SMU
Army vs. Tulane
Air Force vs. Utah State

Last Week
Navy 45, Memphis 20
Air Force 20, Army 3

Navy vs. SMU Live Blog

We will be live blogging today's Senior Day game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium where Navy will host American Athletic Conference foe SMU.  Navy comes into the game with a 7-1 record after a 45-20 win last week at then #13 Memphis.

Navy senior quarterback, Keenan Reynolds looks to break the NCAA All-time Rushing TD record this afternoon.  Reynolds is currently tied with former Wisconsin standout Montee Ball with 77 rushing TDs.

6:47 PM - Don Pearson picks off an SMU pass and returns it 11 yards to the Navy 21.  Navy takes a knee two times and the game ends, 55-14.  Navy improves to 8-1 on the season and travels to Tulsa next Saturday.

6:44 PM - Navy has 406 rushing yards on 66 carries.  SMU has 237 total yards.

6:41 PM - Tago Smith runs for 8 yards and hurdles into the end zone in front of the Brigade to give Navy a 55-14 lead with 3:24 remaining in the game.  Navy's scoring drive was 11-57-5:35.  Navy is getting a lot of their seniors into the game.

6:31 PM - SMU turns the ball over on downs and Navy takes over on their own 43 yard line with 8:59 left in the game.

6:23 PM - Josh Walker takes a pitch from Reynolds and scores from 8 yards out.  Nick Sloan kicks the PAT and Navy leads SMU 48-14 with 10:59 left in the game.

6:21 PM - Keenan Reynolds is picked off, but SMU is called for roughing the passer and Navy has an automatic first down at the SMU 27.

6:16 PM - Navy's Daiquan Thomasson picks off an SMU pass and returns it 22 yards to the SMU 46 yard line.  This is the 16th consecutive game that Navy has forced a turnover.

6:11 PM - Navy's scoring drive goes 6-53-2:29.  The TD was Reynolds' 81st which ties him with another active player, Kenneth Dixon from Louisiana Tech.  Tech does not play today.  Reynolds is now 2 TDs behind Montee Ball on the NCAA All-time touchdown list.  Reynolds also has a passing TD in today's game.

6:10 PM - Keenan Reynolds goes over the 100 yard mark with a 6 yard carry to the SMU 32.  He follows that up with a 32 yard TD run - his fourth of the game.

6:05 PM - That's the end of the third quarter.  Navy leads SMU, 34-14.  If the Mids move to 8-1 by winning today, this will be their best start since 1963 when Roger Staubach was the QB.

5:57 PM - Navy punts for the first time in the game with 3:26 remaining in the third quarter.  SMU takes over on their own 49 yard line.

5:56 PM - Craig Scott dropped a sure TD pass from Keenan Reynolds.

5:52 PM - Navy has given up a touchdown on the first drive of the second half in four of the last five games.

5:49 PM - Davis completes a 32 yard TD pass to Kevin Thomas.  The PAT attempt by Chad Hedlund is good.  Navy leads SMU 34-14 with 4:57 remaining in the third quarter.  The Mustang scoring drive was 6-78-2:53.

5:47 PM - SMU's Matt Davis completes an 18-yard pass to Courtland Sutton to the Navy 43 yard line.

5:40 PM - Demond Brown has 54 yards on 6 carries this afternoon.  Navy's scoring drive was 14-70, 7:10.

5:38 PM - Demond Brown takes the pitch from Reynolds and scampers 19 yards down the Navy sideline for the score.  The PAT is blocked and Navy leads SMU, 34-7.

5:35 PM - Navy is 16-18 on fourth down attempts this season and 4-4 in today's game.

5:27 PM - Navy is set to return the second half kickoff.

5:18 PM - Here are some of the first half stats for Navy - 81 yards passing and 190 yards rushing.  Reynolds leads navy with 80 yards rushing on 7 carries with 3 TDs.  Tillman leads the Mids with 72 yards receiving and a TD. Bernie Sarra leads the team with 4 tackles.

SMU  has 57 passing yards and 86 rushing yards.  Matt Davis leads the Mustangs with 38 yards rushing on 8 carries.  Xavier Castille leads the team with 3 receptions for 30 yards.  RC Cox has 5 tackles to lead SMU.

5:05 PM - The first half ends with Navy up 21 over the visiting Mustangs.

5:02 PM - Today's announced attendance is 35,778,

5:00 PM - Matt Davis finds the end zone from one yard out and SMU cuts into Navy's lead.  With 0:54 remaining in the half, Navy leads 28-7.

4:54 PM - SMU drives the ball into Navy territory following a fourth down conversion.  Braeden West carries the ball for 22 yards to the Navy 23.

4:43 PM - Keenan Reynolds completes his first pass, a 72-yard TD pass to Jamir Tillman on their first play following the blocked field goal attempt.  Navy leads SMU, 28-0 with 7:37 remaining in the first half.  The TD was Reynolds' 27th TD pass in his career.

Will Anthony
4:39 PM - Navy's Will Anthony blocked and recovered an SMU field goal attempt with 7:48 remaining in the half.  Navy takes over on their own 28 yard line leading 21-0.

4:32 PM - SMU is driving and has a 1-and-10 at the Navy 31 yard line.

4:32 PM - SMU gains their first first-down of the game with an 11 yard carry by QB Matt Davis.

4:28 PM - Today is the 15th game that Keenan Reynolds has scored three or more TDs in a game.  That is the most in NCAA history.  Reynolds has 80 yards on just seven carries today.

4:26 PM - Keenan Reynolds scores his third TD of the game, an 8-yard run with 12:00 remaining in the second quarter.  Navy leads 21-0.

4:20 PM - Navy leads SMU 14-0 at the end of the first quarter.

4:18 PM - The Navy defense forces their third consecutive three-and-out this afternoon.  SMU has yet to earn a first down.

4:15 PM - Keenan Reynolds' 79 touchdowns are the third most total touchdowns in a career.  Montee Ball from Wisconsin has 83 and Kenneth Dixon, a current player from Louisiana Tech has 81.

4:09 PM - Navy's scoring drive was 8 plays and 70 yards and lasted 2:57.  Reynolds now has 55 yards on 4 carries and has scored 79 career rushing touchdowns.

4:08 PM - Keenan Reynolds breaks away with a 43-yard TD run, his second of the game.  With 1;44 remaining the first quarter, Navy leads SMU 14-0.

4:07 PM - Keenan Reynolds is 0-3 passing today.  All three passes had the potential to be TDs and were just off the mark.

3:58 PM - Not many empty seats on a beautiful afternoon for football - 53 degrees and sunny.

3:56 PM - Navy's defense forces their second consecutive three-and-out.  Navy takes over at their own 30 yard line with 4:41 remaining in the first quarter following the SMU punt.

Keenan Reynolds
3:52 PM - Keenan Reynolds just became the NCAA All-time leader in rushing TDs with 78 after a four-yard TD run.  7-0 Navy.  Navy's scoring drive was 14-70 and took 7:24 off the clock.

3:51 PM - Navy has the ball fourth-and-one on the SMU 7 yard line and gets the first down on a three yard run by Chris Swain.

3:46 PM - Demond Brown has two carries for 23 yards to start the game.

3:43 PM - Navy forces a three-and-out on SMU's first drive.

Navy's seniors lead the team onto the field
3:40 PM - SMU takes the opening kickoff and returns it to their own 34 yard line.  SMU takes a timeout after their first play from scrimmage gains no yardage.

3:37 PM - A moment of silence is observed for the victims of yesterday's terrorist activity in Paris, France.

3:23 PM - Navy recognizes their 32 seniors on the field during a pregame ceremony.  All of the seniors carry an American flag when the team takes the field.

3:25 PM - Five T-34 Mentors fly-over following the National Anthem.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Navy Ranked 20th In The Latest College Football Playoff Rankings

From Navy's Sports Information Director, Scott Strasemeier

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—The Navy Midshipmen are ranked 20th in the latest College Football Playoff Rankings released by ESPN and the College Football Playoff Committee. The Mids are one of four American Athletic Conference teams ranked in the Top 25 and the highest ranked team among the Group of Five.

Navy (7-1), coming off a 45-20 win over Memphis (8-1) on Saturday night at the Liberty Bowl, is off to its best start since 2004.  The Mids only loss this year came at Notre Dame, which was ranked fourth this week by the committee.


American Athletic Conference members Memphis (#21), Temple (#22) and Houston (#24) are all ranked in the Top 25.  The highest ranked Group of Five conference champion will receive a bid to either the Peach (Dec. 31) or Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 1).


Navy plays host to SMU (1-8, 0-5 in the American) on Saturday at 3:30 PM on Senior Day at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Tickets are still available by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or online at: Tickets will also be available on the day of the game at the ticket windows located in the North end zone.


Top 25 Playoff Rankings

1. Clemson

2. Alabama

3. Ohio State

4. Notre Dame

5. Iowa

6. Baylor

7. Stanford

8. Oklahoma State

9. LSU

10. Utah

11. Florida

12. Oklahoma

13. Michigan State

14. Michigan

15. TCU

16. Florida State

17. Mississippi State

18. Northwestern

19. UCLA

20. Navy

21. Memphis

22. Temple

23. North Carolina

24. Houston

25. Wisconsin

Friday, November 06, 2015

Navy Football Week 10

at Memphis
November 7
7:00 PM (ESPN2)
Memphis, TN

Game Notes
Media Guide

Navy (6-1)

Memphis (8-0)

Tuesday Interviews

Wednesday Interviews

This Week in The American

Friday, November 6 

Temple at SMU (8 p.m., ESPN2) 

Saturday, November 7 
UCF at Tulsa (Noon, ESPNews) 
Cincinnati at Houston (3:30 p.m., ESPN2) 
UConn at Tulane (4 p.m., ESPNews) 
Navy at Memphis (7 p.m., ESPN2) 
USF at East Carolina (7:30 p.m., CBSSN)

Last Week's Results

UConn 31, East Carolina 13 

Navy 29, USF 17 
Cincinnati 52, UCF 7 
Tulsa 40, SMU 31 
Memphis 41, Tulane 13  
Houston 34, Vanderbilt 0
Notre Dame 24, Temple 20

The Battle for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy

This Week

Navy at Memphis
Army at Air Force

Last Week

Navy 29, USF 17
Air Force 58, Hawaii 7
Army Bye