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Defense breakdown: Wisconsin

Marquel Broughton, Cedrick Cunningham, Jabari Moore and Arik Smith played all 57 defensive snaps in Army’s 20-14 loss at Wisconsin.

Junior linebacker Daryan McDonald returned to action after playing in Army’s season opener.

Senior linebacker Kemonte Yow played his first defensive snap of the season on 4th-and-short.

Turnovers created: 1 (Forced fumble Andre Carter, fumble recovery Nolan Cockrill)

Third-down defense: Army held Wisconsin to 3-for-10 on third down

Penalties: 1 (Pass interference)

Wisconsin 3-and-outs: 2

Wisconsin starting field position: Wisconsin 30. A little deceiving considering Wisconsin began one of its drives on Army’s 1.

Wisconsin plays of 20 yards or more: 2. (33-yard TD run, 36-yard pass)

Here’s a player breakdown of the 57 snaps (based off DVR, Wisconsin fake punt not included)

*S Marquel Broughton (57 snaps): 11 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass breakup, 18th career start
*S Cedrick Cunningham (57 snaps): 6 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 26th career start
*CB Jabari Moore (57 snaps): 2 tackles, 18th career start
*LB Arik Smith (57 snaps): 8 tackles, 29th career start
*CB Julian McDuffie (56 snaps): 9 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 9th career start
*LB Spencer Jones (50 snaps): 6th career start
*DE Kwabena Bonsu (49 snaps): 2 tackles, 19th career start
*NT Nolan Cockrill (47 snaps): 1 tackle, 1 fumble recovery, 18th career start
*DE Chris Frey (46 snaps): 3 tackles, 4th career start
*LB Andre Carter (42 snaps): 3 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 blocked kick, 8th career start
*Apache Malkelm Morrison (32 snaps ): 3 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 26th career start
LB Jaylen Jacobs (17 snaps): 1 tackle
LB Daryan McDonald (15 snaps): 1 tackle
DE Nate Smith (14 snaps): 1 tackle
Apache Jimmy Ciarlo (10 snaps): 1 tackle
NT Darius Richardson (9 snaps)
LB Leo Lowin (7 snaps)
S Max DiDomenico (4 snaps)
LB Kemonte Yow (1 snap): 1 tackle

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