Offense Breakdown: Buffalo

Thirty-one offensive players took snaps in Army’s 42-13 win over Buffalo on Sept. 29.

Army did not fumble for the four straight game, extending its streak to 288 straight carries without losing the ball.

Right guard Dean Powell and wide receiver Mike Roberts were the only freshmen to play on offense.

Army took just two of its 69 plays from the shotgun.

Milestones: Darnell Woolfolk moved into 18th place (1,729 yards) on Army’s all-time rushing list. The senior fullback’s 27 career rushing touchdowns are tied for sixth with Ahmad Bradshaw.

Rushing yards by quarter: First quarter – 65 yards; Second quarter – 54; Third quarter – 32; Fourth quarter – 116.

Possessions - 9. Touchdowns – 5. Turnovers – 1. Punts – 1. Three-and-outs – 1. Drives of seven of more plays – 4. Longest drive – 13 plays, 81 yards, 7 minutes, 44 seconds, third/fourth quarter, touchdown (Darnell Woolfolk 2-yard run).

Third-down conversions: 9-of-14. Fourth-down conversions: 3-for-3. Army is 16-for-18 on fourth down this season.

Time of possession: Army 40 minutes, 14 seconds; Buffalo 19 minutes, 46 seconds.

Average starting field position: Army 27

Touchdowns
Rushing
Calen Holt, 5 yards, first quarter (2nd of season, 3rd career)
Connor Slomka, 3 yards, second quarter (4th of season, 8th career)
Darnell Woolfolk, 2 yards, fourth quarter (4th of season, 27th career)
Luke Langdon, 27 yards, fourth quarter (1st of season, 2nd career)
Receiving
Jordan Asberry, 25 yards, third quarter (1st receiving TD of season, 3rd career receiving TD)
Special teams
Elijah Riley, 80-yard blocked field goal return, second quarter (1st season, 2nd career)

20+ yard plays: 4. Cam Harrison (37 yards, catch); Luke Langdon (27 yards, run); Jordan Asberry (25 yards, catch); Calen Holt (22 yards, catch)

Negative-yardage plays: 3. (Kelvin Hopkins sack, Jordan Asberry run, Kell Walker run)

Triple-option distribution:  Quarterbacks (Kelvin Hopkins, Luke Langdon, Cam Thomas) 23 carries, 133 yards, TD; Fullbacks (Darnell Woolfolk, Calen Holt, Connor Slomka, Sandon McCoy) 32 carries, 128 yards, 3 TDs; Slotbacks (Kell Walker, Jordan Asberry, Fred Cooper) 9 carries, 20 yards

Penalties: 2. Intentional grounding (Kelvin Hopkins); Cut Block (Peyton Reeder)

Here’s a breakdown of the snaps (69 plays as charted off DVR):

*LG Jaxson Deaton (61 snaps): 10th career start
*C Bryce Holland (61 snaps): 31th career start, 31st straight start
*QB Kelvin Hopkins (61 snaps): 19 carries, 89 yards, 4-for-5 passing, 91 yards, TD, INT, 5th career start
*RT JB Hunter (61 snaps): 5th career start
*RG Peyton Reeder (61 snaps): 4th career start
*LT Austin Schuffert (61 snaps): 6th career start
*SB Kell Walker (43 snaps): 4 carries, 12 yards, 21th career start
TE Quinten Parker (41 snaps)
*SB Fred Cooper (31 snaps): 1 carry, 0 yards, 3rd career start
SB Jordan Asberry (30 snaps): 4 carries, 8 yards, 1 catch, 25 yards, TD, 1 target
*FB Darnell Woolfolk (28 snaps): 14 carries, 58 yards, TD, 16th career start
SB Artice Hobbs (25 snaps):
*WR Cam Harrison (24 snaps): 1 catch, 37 yards, 1 target, 7th career start
*Kjetil Cline (21 snaps): 1 catch, 7 yards, 1 target, 2nd career start
WR Glen Coates (21 snaps):
FB Calen Holt (18 snaps): 2 carries, 6 yards, 1 catch, 22 yards, 1 target
WR Christian Hayes (17 snaps):
FB Connor Slomka (15 snaps): 13 carries, 52 yards, TD
TE Zach Saum (11 snaps)
C Alex Herndon (8 snaps)
RT Luke McCleery (8 snaps)
LT Jeff Panara (8 snaps)
#RG Dean Powell (8 snaps)
FB Sandon McCoy (7 snaps): 3 carries, 12 yards
SB Malik Hancock (5 snaps)
LG Mike Johnson (5 snaps)
QB Cam Thomas (5 snaps): 2 carries, 13 yards
FB Andy Davidson (3 snaps):
QB Luke Langdon (3 snaps): 2 carries, 31 yards, TD
LG Noah Utley (3 snaps)
#WR Mike Roberts (2 snaps):
* – starter
# – freshman

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