Army Black Knights

Overview
Previous Game
November 22
Army Black Knights vs. Fordham Rams
42 - 31
Featured Game
December 13
Army Black Knights vs. Navy Midshipmen
10 - 17
Season Recap:
Win: 4 Losses: 8
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
No Upcoming Games
Previous Results
12/13 loss vs. Navy 10 - 17
11/22 win vs. Fordham 42 - 31
11/15 loss at W. Kentucky 24 - 52
11/8 win vs. Connecticut 35 - 21
11/1 loss vs. Air Force 6 - 23
Army Black Knights Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLTPctPFPAConf
Army Black Knights 4 8 .333 299 395 -
New Mexico St. Aggies 2 1 .667 86 83 1-0
ULM Warhawks 2 1 .667 55 72 1-0
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 8 5 .615 427 379 -
BYU Cougars 8 5 .615 482 358 -
Texas State Bobcats 1 1 .500 86 35 0-0
Appalachian St. Mountaineers 1 1 .500 80 52 0-0
Navy Midshipmen 8 5 .615 414 355 -
South Alabama Jaguars 1 1 .500 26 48 0-0
Georgia Southern Eagles 1 2 .333 144 75 0-0
Louisiana Ragin Cajuns 1 2 .333 80 110 0-0
Arkansas St. Red Wolves 1 2 .333 76 85 0-0
Troy Trojans 0 3 .000 62 120 0-0
Georgia State Panthers 1 2 .333 107 119 0-1
Idaho Vandals 0 2 .000 64 83 0-1
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Geoffrey Bacon ankle is questionable for Saturday's game against Navy
Justin Gilbert knee will miss the entire season
Colby Enegren undisclosed is questionable for Saturday's game against Navy
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