Drew White shows significant improvement since last year's Navy matchup

Thu Nov 14 20:48:19 PST 2019

Drew White shows significant improvement since last year's Navy matchup

In last year's game against Navy, it was linebacker Drew White's breakout party. He recorded six tackles in the first game in which he played significant minutes.

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