Friday, December 10, 2010

Brothers in Arms

Army vs. Navy
For the last few years Navy has dominated this rivalry game, gone onto their bowl game, and left Army to think about their disappointing season. This year it is not the case. Army is 6-5, and already in The Armed Forces Bowl. Army has a great triple-option running attack in which 6 players have rushed for over 100 yards total this season. Sophomore quarterback Trent Steelman has played very solidly in this system. He has passed for 837 yards, and has rushed for 620 yards, making him the second leading rusher on the team. This dynamic rushing attack needs to be efficient if they want to have a chance at beating Navy.
Navy looks a lot like Army, except they are a little bit stronger in each position. They are a triple-option style offensive team. The offense is directed by early-season Heisman contender, Rick Dobbs. Dobbs leads the team in rushing with 806 yards and has run for 13 touchdowns. He has also thrown for 10 touchdowns. Navy has 8 rushers over 100 yards on the season. Navy is 45th in points allowed per game. Army is 55th in points allowed per game. Navy is just a little bit better in each aspect of the offense and defense, and that is why I think they will win this game.-Josh Neighbors

Army vs Navy Army.Taylor                    Navy.Josh/Andrew/Connor/Ranny/Nash

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