Army meets Air Force on Saturday at Michie Stadium. Here is your first look at Air Force.
NOTE: There is a report that this game has been called “off” by Air Force due to COVID 19 cases. At this writing there has been no official announcement from either academy. November 5, 2020 2:49 PM ET.
Air Force Season So Far
|10/24/20||@ San Jose St.||L 6-17|
|10/31/20||Boise St.||L 30-49|
|12/03/20||@ Utah St.|
|Team Averages||Army||Air Force|
|Total YDS Allowed||275.0||331.3|
|Pass YDS Allowed||171.4||219.0|
|Rush YDS Allowed||103.6||112.3|
Air Force Injuries and Suspensions
[RB] 10/30/2020 – Kadin Remsberg is out indefinitely (Upper Body)
[QB] 09/27/2020 – Donald Hammond III left the team (Transferred)
Challenges for Army
Army has looked really good at times this season while Air Force has had its ups and downs. Everything goes out the window when the service academies meet on the football field. Why? Because they are all experts at defending each other’s offenses. Army needs to approach this game like any other. Putting too much emphasis on it leads to the possibility of players choking under pressure. It’s just another football game. Execute your schemes and give it all you have.
Saturday’s game kicks off at 11:30 AM ET (9:30 MT). Watch on the CBS network.