Offense breakdown: Liberty

Offensive linemen Jaxson Deaton, Bryce Holland, JB Hunter and Austin Schuffert played all 82 offensive snaps in Army’s 38-14 victory over Liberty Saturday.

Army ran 14 of its 82 plays from the shotgun. The Black Knights used an unbalanced line (three offensive lineman on one side) on 39 snaps.

Milestones: Senior fullback Darnell Woofolk scored his 24th and 25th career rushing touchdowns. Woolfolk is now ninth on Army’s all-time list. Woolfolk moved into 29th place on Army’s all-time rushing list (1,530).

Rushing yards by quarter: First quarter – 147 yards; Second quarter – 92; Third quarter – 109; Fourth quarter – 101.

Possessions - 13. Touchdowns – 5. Turnovers- 0. Punts – 6. Three-and-outs – 1. Drives of seven of more plays – 7. Longest drive – 9 plays, 51 yards, 4 minutes, 28 seconds, fourth quarter, touchdown (Connor Slomka 2-yard run).

Third-down conversions: 6-of-14. Fourth-down conversions: 2-for-2. Army is 6-for-6 on fourth down this season.

Time of possession: Army 41 minutes, 30 seconds; Liberty 18 minutes, 30 seconds.

Average starting field position: Army 36

Touchdowns
Rushing

Calen Holt, 25 yards, first quarter (1st of season, 2nd career)
Darnell Woolfolk, 26 yards, first quarter (1st of season, 24th career)
Darnell Woolfolk, 2 yards, fourth quarter (2nd of season, 25th career)
Connor Slomka, 2 yards, fourth quarter (1st of season, 5th career)

Receiving
Christian Hayes, 44 yards from Kelvin Hopkins, third quarter (1st of season, 1st career)

20+ yard plays: 5. Christian Hayes (44 yards, pass); Darnell Woolfolk (26 yards, run), Calen Holt (25 yards, run, 22 yards, run); Connor Slomka (22 yards, run)

Negative-yardage plays: 3. (Luke Langdon 3 yards; Fred Cooper 1 yard; Kelvin Hopkins 1 yard)

Triple-option distribution:  Quarterbacks (Kelvin Hopkins, Luke Langdon) 14 carries, 61 yards; Fullbacks (Darnell Woolfolk, Andy Davidson, Calen Holt, Connor Slomka) 39 carries, 259 yards, 4 TDs; Slotbacks (Fred Cooper, Artice Hobbs, Kell Walker) 21 carries, 129 yards

Penalties: 4Illegal block (Artice Hobbs, 15 yards; Bryce Holland, 15 yards; Peyton Reeder, 15 yards); Holding (Austin Schuffert, 10 yards)

Here’s a breakdown of the snaps (82 plays as charted off replay):

*LG Jaxson Deaton (82 snaps): 7th career start
*C Bryce Holland (82 snaps): 28th career start, 28th straight starts
*RT JB Hunter (82 snaps): 2nd career start
*LT Austin Schuffert (82 snaps): 3rd career start
*QB Kelvin Hopkins (73 snaps): 2nd career start, 12 carries, 59 yards, 2-for-7, 61 yards, 1 TD (2nd season, 3rd career)
*SB Kell Walker (61 snaps): 18th career start, 7 carries, 32 yards, 2 targets, 1 catch, 17 yards
*TE Quinten Parker (53 snaps): 7th career start
*RG Peyton Reeder (51 snaps): 2nd career start
*SB Artice Hobbs (50 snaps): 2nd career start, 4 carries, 16 yards
SB Fred Cooper (45 snaps): 10 carries, 81 yards
*WR Cam Harrison (40 snaps): 4th career start
*FB Darnell Woolfolk (32 snaps): 13th career start, 17 carries, 98 yards, 2 TD
RG Mike Johnson (31 snaps):
FB Calen Holt (27 snaps): 6 carries, 72 yards, TD
WR Kjetil Cline (26 snaps): 3 targets
WR Glen Coates (18 snaps): 1 target
WR Christian Hayes (18 snaps): 1 target, 1 catch, 44 yards, TD
FB Connor Slomka (15 snaps): 12 carries, 71 yards, TD
FB Andy Davidson (10 snaps): 4 carries, 18 yards
QB Luke Langdon (9 snaps): Season debut, 2 carries, 2 yards
TE Zach Saum (8 snaps)
SB Jordan Asberry (4 snaps)
SB Malik Hancock (3 snaps)
FB Sandon McCoy (2 snaps)
* – starter

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