Who played on offense: Stanford

Junior guard Steve Shumaker was the only Army offensive player to take all 70 snaps.

Army had 26 players participate on offense.

Junior QB Angel Santiago played 66 percent of the snaps.

Here’s my unofficial breakdown of participation for Army’s offense:

QB Angel Santiago 46 snaps (17 carries,54 yards, 2-for-5 passing, 24 yards)
QB A.J. Schurr 24 snaps (6 carries, 18 yards, 4-for-5 passing, 25 yards, 1 TD)
RB Terry Baggett 47 snaps (9 carries, 96 yards, 1 catch 16 yards)
RB Stephen Fraser 24 snaps (5 carries, 17 yards
RB Trenton Turrentine 23 snaps (2 carries, 15 yards)
RB Tony Giovannelli 21 snaps (4 carries, 15 yards)
RB Raymond Maples 20 snaps (6 carries 21 yards, hurt in second quarter, did not return)
RB Lawrence Scott 5 snaps (all in second quarter, 3 carries, 12 yards)
FB Hayden Tippett 36 snaps (3 carries, 14 yards, long 12 yards)
FB Larry Dixon 34 snaps (6 carries, 22 yards, 1 TD, left game with injury in third quarter and did not return)
WR Xavier Moss 50 snaps (O catches, O targets)
WR Chevaughn Lawrence 45 snaps (2 targets, 1 catch, 8 yards)
WR Ejay Tucker 11 snaps (0 catches, 0 targets)
WR Edgar Poe 10 snaps (all on Army’s final drive, 2 targets, 1 catch, 6 yards, TD)
WR Scott Williams 10 snaps (all on Army’s final drive, 1 target, 1 catch, 9 yards, 4th-down conversion)
WR Anthony Stephens 9 snaps (all in second quarter, 2 targets, 2 catches, 10 yards)
WR Patrick Laird 6 snaps (all snaps in unbalanced-line set, 1 target, 0 catches)
G Steve Shumaker 70 snaps
C Ryan Powis 60 snaps
T Momo Kime 55 snaps
G Zach Reichert 54 snaps
T Justin Gilbert 54 snaps
T Nick Bennett 31 snaps
G Matt Hugenberg 15 snaps
C Todd McDonald 10 snaps (all on Army’s final drive)

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