Army Game Summaries

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    Army Game Summaries

    Week 3 vs. Ball St. (W 28-21)

    This game came down to what Army will now be known for. Tough hard nosed running and focused ball control. T.O.P. was crucial with Army having 17:36 - Ball St. 10:24.

    FB Bryson Carl ran 22 times for 159 yds and a TD. He also extended many drives picking up hard yardage on 3rd down. Impact Slot Back, Fletcher just couldn't get anything going.(9 carries for 22 yds. Luckily QB Chip Bowden picked up his slack with 16 rushes for 77 yds. and 5 comp. for 103 yds. and a TD. On defense, Chase Prasnicki was all over the place.(11 tackles, 1 forced fumble)

    Offensive Player of the Game - FB Bryson Carl

    Defensive Player of the Game - FS Chase Prasnicki
     
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    Week 4 vs. Iowa St. (W 41-20)

    Although Chip Bowden was picked off twice and only threw 3 times without a completion, Army kept up the ground attack to destroy Iowa St. The only 2 pass completions came from, RB George Fletcher on option passes. Army also had three turnovers.

    The Army defense was stout on 3rd down (4-14) and on 4th down (0-2). Army once again controlled the clock (16:03 - 11:57), rushing 54 times for 281 yards and 5 TDs. FB Byron Carl had 17 for 80 and 2 TDs.

    Offensive P.O.W. - HB George Fletcher - 15 carries for 135 yds, 2-2 17 yds.

    Defensive P.O.W. - DE Victor Ugenyi - 5 tackles, 4 for loss, 2 sacks
     
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    Week 5 vs. Tulane (L)

    Chip Bowden had little to no time to throw the ball, which left him scrambling for his life most of the game(sacked 7 times; 4 times by Desmand Moses). But with him being one of the faster players on the field and due to the running space Tulane allowed him, he was very productive in an unconventional way.

    Tulane ran and passed all over the Army defense. If they could have tackled and covered better, it would have been much closer.

    Offensive P.O.W. - Chip Bowden - 5-15 66yds 1 TD 1 int., 252 yds 2 TDs
    Defensive P.O.W. - Andre Shinda - 6 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 sack
     

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