Offense film breakdown: Temple

Senior guard Justin Gilbert, junior center Bryce Holland, junior guard Mike Houghton and junior tackle Brett Toth played all 72 snaps.

Twenty players took snaps on offense. Slotback Kell Walker (10 snaps) was the only freshman to play on offense.

Army had 12 carries for more than 10 yards. Six players had at least one carry for 10 yards or more. Army’s longest run of the game was 21 yards by sophomore slotback Christian Drake.

The Black Knights’ 36 official plays in the second half were all runs. Poe draw a pass interference penalty on Army’s only pass call.

Army used junior Rick Kurz as a sixth offensive lineman on 37 plays. Kurz also spelled left tackle Colby Enegren for a series.

The Black Knights operated out of the shotgun four times (Ahmad Bradshaw 3, Chris Carter 1)

Triple-option distribution: Quarterbacks (Bradshaw, Carter) 18 carries, 53 yards, 1 TD; fullbacks (Andy Davidson, Darnell Woolfolk) 34 carries, 171 yards; 2 TDs; slotbacks (Jordan Asberry, Tyler Campbell, Christian Drake, Elijah St. Hilaire) 12 carries, 110 yards.

Here’s a breakdown of the snaps (as charted off DVR):

*LG Justin Gilbert (72 snaps)
*C Bryce Holland (72 snaps)
*RG Mike Houghton (72 snaps)
*RT Brett Toth (72 snaps)
*QB Ahmad Bradshaw (69 snaps): 16 carries, 50 yards, 1 TD (10 yards), 1-for-4, 11 yards
*WR Edgar Poe (69 snaps): 1 catch, 11 yards, 1 pass interference penalty drawn
*LT Colby Enegren (67 snaps)
*SB Tyler Campbell (55 snaps): 4 carries, 27 yards, 1 TD (12 yards)
*SB Jordan Asberry (48 snaps): 5 carries, 53 yards, 1 catch, 4 yards
*FB Andy Davidson (45 snaps): 22 carries, 121 yards, 2 TDs (3, 17 yards)
T Rick Kurz (42 snaps)
FB Darnell Woolfolk (27 snaps): 12 carries, 50 yards
*WR Jeff Ejekam (25 snaps)
SB Joe Walker (20 snaps)
SB Kell Walker (10 snaps)
TE Quinten Parker (8 snaps)
SB Elijah St. Hilaire (7 snaps): 1 carry, 6 yards
WR Christian Poe (5 snaps)
SB Christian Drake (4 snaps): 2 carries, 24 yards
QB Chris Carter (3 snaps): 2 carries, 3 yards, 1-for-1, 4 yards

* – starter

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