Quarterback Bryson Daily, tackle Connor Finucane, guard Lucas Scott and center Brady Small played all 46 snaps in Army’s 27-24 loss to Boston College.
Daily finished one rushing yards shy of his second 100-100 game of the season. He completed 77 percent of his passes (10-of-13) in wet, rainy conditions.
Finucane started his 30th straight game.
Tyrell Robinson played 17 snaps in his season debut, returning from an ACL injury. Robinson, who had a 10-yard touchdown run, only played one snap in the fourth quarter on Army’s final offensive play.
Freshman running back Kanye Udoh, senior wide receiver Veshe Daniyan and junior wide receiver Casey Reynolds made their first career starts.
Running back Jakobi Buchanan had his three-game streak with a touchdown run snapped. Buchanan only took two snaps.
Wide receiver Isaiah Alston missed his first game of the season with an ankle injury. The injury was sustained in practice during the week in between the Syracuse and Boston College game, coach Jeff Monken said.
“We are working as hard as we can to get him ready,” Monken said of Alston and stating his return was uncertain as of Tuesday’s press conference.
Possessions: 11. Touchdowns – 2. Turnovers – 2. Punts – 5. Three-and-outs – 4. Drives of 7 or more plays – 3 (1 TD, FG, INT). Longest drive – 17 plays, 75 yards, 9:25, first quarter, opening drive, touchdown.
Third-down conversions: 6-of-17. Fourth-down conversions: 3-for-4
Time of Possession: 33 minutes, 20 seconds
Average starting field position: Army 24. Best start: Army 32, twice
Touchdowns: Rushing (1) – Jakobi Buchanan, 1 yard, first quarter, 3rd of season, 27th career rushing TD (tied for 7th in academy history)
Passing (1): Noah Short, 80 yards (Bryson Daily), 2nd career TD catch, fourth quarter
20+-yard plays: 2. Passing – Noah Short 80-yard catch, Josh Lingenfelter 21-yard catch
Negative-yardage plays: 8. Rushing – Bryson Daily -2 yards; Kanye Udoh -1 yards; Markel Johnson -1 yard; Zach Mundell -5 yard. Passing – Daily four sacks (-6 yards, -4 yards, -4 yards, -10 yards)
Penalties: 1. Holding.
Here’s a player breakdown of the 46 snaps (as charted off DVR, * – starter, # – freshman)
*QB Bryson Daily (46 snaps): 14 carries, 99 yards, 10-for-13 passing, 105 yards, TD (6th of season), 5th career start
*RT Connor Finucane (46 snaps): 30th straight start
*RG Lucas Scott (46 snaps): 4th career start
*#C Brady Small (46 snaps): 5th career start
*LT David Hoyt (38 snaps): 3rd career start
*RG Jackson Filipowicz (36 snaps): 16th career start
*WR Noah Short (35 snaps): 2 catches, 16 yards, 1 carry, -2 yards, 4th career start
*RB Hayden Reed (33 snaps): 6 carries, 21 yards, TD, 3 catches, 20 yards, 4th career start
WR Liam Fortner (23 snaps)
*WR Veshe Daniyan (22 snaps)
#WR Tobi Olawole (22 snaps): 1 catch (first career), 2 yards
*WR Casey Reynolds (21 snaps): 2 catches, 37 yards, 1st career start
TE Josh Lingenfelter (19 snaps):
H-Back Tyson Riley (18 snaps): 1 catch, 9 yards, TD (2nd of season)
RB Tyrell Robinson (17 snaps): 7 carries, 31 yards, TD (12th career), 1 catch, 21 yards
LG Sam Barczak (10 snaps)
LT Boobie Law (8 snaps)
*#RB Kanye Udoh (8 snaps): 3 carries, 8 yards, 1st career start
TE David Crossan (5 snaps):
RB Jakobi Buchanan (2 snaps): 1 carry, 2 yards
WR Zach Mundell (2 snaps): 1 carry, 2 yards
QB Dewayne Coleman (1 snap)