Dustin Crum and Jaret Patterson went nuts on the last Tuesday of MACtion. Who was better? They play each other on Saturday to potentially decide the MAC East.
A discussion has recently accelerated as to whether or not 7th-ranked Cincinnati and 8th-ranked BYU should face off against each other on December 5th. This idea initially gained traction after recent information surfaced that BYU was looking to add one additional game over the next two weekends to fill a large gap between their game … Continue reading Is There a Playoff Payoff for a Cincinnati/BYU Game?
Start Time: 12:00 PM ESTLocation: Michie Stadium, West Point, NYTV: CBSSNLine: Army -4FPI: Army 70.7%O/U: 41.5Series: No Previous Matchup Georgia Southern Eagles The Eagles are a very good team. Sitting at 6-2 with their only losses to a ranked Louisiana team and a ranked Coastal Carolina team. Like Army, they also run a triple-option offense. Their version is very different though. They … Continue reading Georgia Southern Eagles vs. Army Black Knights-Preview, TV, Betting and More
Well, that was the absolute worst. I expected rust after not playing in three weeks. What I did not expect was horrendous play calling. That's what lost Army this game: play calling. The coaching staff didn't put their players in the best position to succeed with those play calls. Another super questionable decision was not … Continue reading Coaching Costs Army The Game. Falls to Tulane 38-12
Army Black Knights (6-1) vs. Tulane Green Wave (4-4) Start Time: 12:00 PM ESTLocation: Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LATV: ESPN+Line: Tulane -4.5FPI: Tulane 56.4%O/U: 47.5Series: Tulane leads 12-9-1 (won last three) Army Black Knights It feels like it's been forever since Army took the field and beat Mercer. Army should be well rested, one bye week and one cancelled rivalry game will … Continue reading Army Black Knights vs. Tulane Green Wave-Preview, TV, Betting and More
From what I have been told, Army/Air Force will be called off due to a COVID-19 outbreak. H/t to @BrentBriggeman who was on it first. — Alex Funderburke (@AlexFunderburke) November 5, 2020 A COVID-19 outbreak will cost both teams a Commander-in-Chief's Trophy game. Brent Briggeman was the first to break the story. I have since talked … Continue reading The Army/Air Force Football Game Will Be Called Off
Even before UMass' 41-0 national TV loss to Georgia Southern, many wondered why UMass reversed course and decided to play this season. The decision is a curious one, given the absence of several Power 5 guarantee games for the program to generate revenue with. The ability for the Minutemen to load with their schedule with … Continue reading Analyzing UMass’ Independent Schedule
What. A. Game. It wasn't a flashy high scoring shootout, but it rarely is when these two meet on a sprint football field. Sprint football is normal football for those who don't know; it just has a weight limit of 178 lbs. Army and Navy are the two national powerhouses. Navy has 38 National Championships, … Continue reading Army Sprint Football Sings Second After Sinking Navy 7-3
On Friday, the Naval Academy and US Military Academy announced the Army-Navy Game would be played in West Point for the first time since 1943. This move is logical considering the climate at both academies, especially West Point, and their desire to protect the Cadets and Midshipmen from COVID-19. The rivalry has been played at … Continue reading A History of Army-Navy Games at the Academies
For the ninth time in program history and for the fourth time in five years, Army football is going bowling. The Black Knights are the first six-win team in the country and are the first to accept a bowl bid. They will be heading to Shreveport, Louisiana, for the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl. This marks … Continue reading Army Accepts Invitation to the 2020 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl