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Army, now (9-2), which just missed breaking into the AP Top 25 this week, has won seven in a row and 13 straight at Michie Stadium over two seasons after beating Colgate 28-14 this past weekend. The last time the Black Knights accomplished back-to-back unbeaten seasons at home was in the mid-1980s. Jeff Monken has done a great job there over the past few years...What are the odds he gets poached to a higher level job after the season?
(11-21-2018 07:50 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]Army, now (9-2), which just missed breaking into the AP Top 25 this week, has won seven in a row and 13 straight at Michie Stadium over two seasons after beating Colgate 28-14 this past weekend. The last time the Black Knights accomplished back-to-back unbeaten seasons at home was in the mid-1980s. Jeff Monken has done a great job there over the past few years...What are the odds he gets poached to a higher level job after the season?

Army is ranked 23rd in the AP poll. They aren’t ranked in the CFP poll. I do think there may be some teams that would be interested, Georgia Tech if they made a change, but until then I doubt any power school will want to commit to the triple option.
I agree with Andy Staples... I think Kansas should have looked hard at Monken or another triple option coach so they could become the Georgia Tech of the Big 12. They would have their choice of local recruits that perfectly fit that system and are being glossed over by Oklahoma, Nebraska, etc.
(11-25-2018 08:07 PM)bigblueblindness Wrote: [ -> ]I agree with Andy Staples... I think Kansas should have looked hard at Monken or another triple option coach so they could become the Georgia Tech of the Big 12. They would have their choice of local recruits that perfectly fit that system and are being glossed over by Oklahoma, Nebraska, etc.

IMO there is room for one TTO team per P5 conference. I agree that Kansas would have been a great place to run it.
Predictions? (I mean margin--assuming the Army will win this one.)
Good job on the win, Knights. Now, go beat cougar high school in your bowl game.
(12-09-2018 02:56 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]Good job on the win, Knights. Now, go beat cougar high school in your bowl game.

70-14!

Boy, did they pound Coooger high back to the stone ages.

11-2 for the season--very well done, Army! Congrats on a super season!

Hopkins has 5 TDs, No. 22 Army routs Houston 70-14

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One more pic- this is a good one!

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Army gives Houston historic beatdown in Armed Forces Bowl
Army teammates pose with the trophy following their team’s 70-14 win over Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl NCAA college football game Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Jim Cowsert)
Army gonna be a top 25 team this year. Mark it down.
Army will beat Oklahoma on CBS-SN next year.
Mark it down.
OU robbed Army last year
(08-25-2019 10:46 PM)billybobby777 Wrote: [ -> ]Army will beat Oklahoma on CBS-SN next year.
Mark it down.
OU robbed Army last year

First they have to get by Rice again!
I honestly expected a lot more from Army than what I’ve seen so far this season. Two months ago, I didn’t believe Georgia State has the slightest chance to beat the Cadets. But it happened.

Now I’m wondering if Army can make it to a bowl game. 7-6 is a best-case scenario at this point.
(10-20-2019 06:43 PM)Native Georgian Wrote: [ -> ]I honestly expected a lot more from Army than what I’ve seen so far this season. Two months ago, I didn’t believe Georgia State has the slightest chance to beat the Cadets. But it happened.

Now I’m wondering if Army can make it to a bowl game. 7-6 is a best-case scenario at this point.
Its our year.
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