Kriss Proctor's transition from hero to goat during Navy's rivalry game against Air Force could have been clocked with an egg timer.
Proctor, the Midshipmen's quarterback, led his team back from a 21-3 first-half deficit by throwing a game-tying touchdown pass and rushing for three scores, including the go-ahead points in overtime.
But it was what he did after that overtime touchdown that ruined what would have otherwise been a performance to cement him in the annals of Commander in Chief Trophy history.
After rushing a yard up the middle into the end zone to give the Midshipmen their first lead of the game, Proctor celebrated by apparently talking smack to an Air Force defender. The error in judgment resulted in a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that was assessed on the pending extra point, which was missed, opening the door for Air Force to win the game.
And that's exactly what happened.
But Proctor disputes the way things went down. When asked after the game what the pena...