Saturday, October 23, 2021

5 things to know about army football before playing Wisconsin for the first time

Army Football is traveling to Camp Randall on Saturday for the program’s first meeting with the University of Wisconsin. The Badgers are 14-point favorites against the Black Knights, who were undefeated before losing to Ball State last week.

If the Black Knights (4-1) beat UW, it would be their first win against a Big Ten team in 10 years.

Here are five things to know about Army football.

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UW’s first game against Cena

This is Senna’s only game against an opponent this season, but last season it was 4–0 against teams that had never played before.

Saturday’s game will be the Badgers’ fourth time at the Service Academy and their first since defeating the Air Force 38-0 in 1979. Wisconsin is an all-time 2-1 with 1-0 points versus Air Force and 1- against Service Academies. 1 record against Navy.

Army runs triple-option offense

Service academies often don’t have the size that some of their bigger opponents have, but the triple-option offense helps the military control the clock and grind the games. the army runsLexbones triple-option offense involving multiple players in the backfield.


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