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Defense breakdown: Georgia State

Photo by Aaron Bota/Army Football

Apache Jimmy Ciarlo and linebacker Leo Lowin played all 58 defensive snaps in Army’s 31-14 loss to Georgia State.

Lowin, who had a career-best 12 tackles, ranks 28th in the nation in tackles per game (9.2).

Defensive end Kwabena Bonsu, who made his 30th start, recorded a career-high eight tackles.

Austin Hill started for the first time in his career and played 49 snaps, the most of any defensive lineman.

Army’s defense has allowed 14 fourth-quarter points in each of its three losses to Coastal Carolina, UTSA and Georgia State.

Turnovers created: 1. Marquel Broughton forced fumble, fourth quarter

Third-down defense: Georgia State was 5-for-10 on third down

Georgia State 3-and-outs: 1

Georgia State starting field position: Georgia State 34.

Here’s a breakdown of the 58 snaps (as charted off DVR, * – starter)

*Apache Jimmy Ciarlo (58 snaps): 5 tackles, 4th career start
*LB Leo Lowin (58 snaps): 12 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery, 9th career start
*LB Andre Carter (57 snaps): 2 tackles, 19th career start
*S Marquel Broughton (55 snaps): 9 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 29th career start
*LB Peyton Hampton (55 snaps): 7 tackles, 2nd career start
*DE Austin Hill (49 snaps): 1st career start
*CB Jabari Moore (49 snaps): 2 tackles, 29th career start
S Quindrelin Hammonds (48 snaps): 2 tackles, 4th career start
CB Cam Jones (48 snaps): 5 tackles, 11th career start
*DE Kwabena Bonsu (39 snaps): 8 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 30th career start
*NT Darius Richardson (36 snaps): 3rd career start
DE Chris Frey (24 snaps)
CB Donavan Platt (19 snaps): 2 tackles
S D’Andre Tobias (13 snaps): 1 tackle
NT Tyler Komorowski (12 snaps)
NT Jacob Tuioti (6 snaps)
LB Fabrice Voyne (5 snaps)
DE Kemari Copeland (2 snaps)
S Max DiDomenico (2 snaps)
DE Trey Sofia (2 snaps)
LB Brett Gerena (1 snap)

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