The Jags were unable to capitalize off of a promising first half against the Midshipmen, ultimately losing to Navy 42-14.
South Alabama was able to score in each of the first two quarters, keeping pace with Navy, leading to a 20-14 deficit at halftime.
They utilized both quarterbacks, Ross Metheny and Brandon Bridge, in different scenarios throughout the game.
The loss drops the Jags’ record to (3-6) on the season, leaving the team in a must-win scenario each of the last three games if they hope to become bowl-eligible.
South Alabama returns home this week to host Louisiana Monroe.