Tag: Army Black Knights Football

Oklahoma Sooners | December 18, 2020

Friday Locks | No Confidence In The Vols

The Aggies are looking to score a few style points in the event that Clemson suffers another loss at the hands of ND this weekend. Given that fact and a two score spread, it seems obvious for TAMU to cover. Let’s not forget this is a 3-6 Tennessee squad that scored more than 21 points only once over the past seven games.

Oklahoma Sooners | July 21, 2020

Oklahoma/Army Game Will Be Without Fans

If you were planning to make a college football trip of a lifetime to watch Oklahoma play Army at West Point then your dreams have officially been crushed. On Tuesday […]

Oklahoma State Cowboys | November 26, 2018

Liberty Bowl Likely Destination For Oklahoma State

As Oklahoma State awaits their bowl destination, it may be a good idea for members of the orange and black fanbase to brush up on hot spots to spend New Year’s Eve in Memphis. One of the most likely destinations for the Cowboys is Memorial Stadium for the Liberty Bowl.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 22, 2018

Oklahoma 28 – Army 21 | Where Did The Offense Go?

We knew that stopping Army’s triple-option offensive attack was going to be a chore for Oklahoma but, come on, that was just ridiculous. The Black Knights dominated the time of […]

Oklahoma Sooners | September 21, 2018

Army Brings Stability At Quarterback Against Sooners

Kelvin Hopkins Jr. is leading the Black Knights not only in passing but in rushing yards as well. The junior signal caller has scored three rushing touchdowns this season and is averaging nearly 70 yards per game on the ground. More impressively, what he’s doing through the air is rewriting the Army playbook a little bit.

Oklahoma Sooners | August 13, 2018

2018 Oklahoma Football Opponent Preview | Army Black Knights

Army isn’t a program that is building momentum, it’s a program that is riding a wave of momentum. Head coach Jeff Monken took over the program in 2014 and won just six games in his first two seasons, losing eighteen. In the two years that followed the cadets from West Point, New York enjoyed eighteen wins to just eight losses.