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Offense breakdown: Bucknell

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Forty-three Army players saw action on offense in a 63-10 win over Bucknell

Offensive lineman Simon Dellinger, Aidan Gaines and David Hayward played the most snaps (37). Gaines and Hayward made their season debuts on offense along with sophomore quarterback Cade Ballard, senior wide receiver Jalen Moy, senior running back Markens Pierre.

Possessions: 11. Touchdowns – 9.  Turnovers – 1. Punts – 1. Three-and-outs – 1. Drive of 7 or more plays – 4 ( 4 TD). Longest drive – 15 plays, 97 yards, 8:11, third quarter, touchdown

Third-down conversions: 4-for-6. Fourth-down conversions: 1-for-1

Time of Possession: 34 minutes, 23 seconds

Average starting field position: Army 40. Best start: Bucknell 12.

Rushing (8) – Christian Anderson 5 yards, 1st quarter (5th of season, 10th career); Jakobi Buchanan 6 yards, first quarter; Tyhier Tyler 17 yards, first quarter (6th of season, 11th career); Anthony Adkins, 4 yards, 2nd quarter; Tyson Riley 4 yards, 2nd quarter; Markens Pierre 4 yards, 3rd quarter (1st career); Shacori Williams 1 yard (1st career); Jemel Jones 6 yards, 4th quarter

Receiving (1) – Ay’Jaun Marshall 22 yards, from Jabari Laws, 2nd quarter (1st career TD)

20+-yard plays:  4. (Christian Anderson 23-yard run, Tyrell Robinson 24-yard run, Isaiah Alston 30-yard catch; Ay’Jaun Marshall 22-yard catch

Triple-option distribution: Quarterback (Christian Anderson, Tyhier Tyler, Jabari Laws, Cade Ballard, Jemel Jones, Maurice Bellan) 22 carries, 184 yards, 3 TDs; Fullbacks (Jakobi Buchanan, Anthony Adkins, Cade Barnard, Tyson Riley, Wilson Catoe, Shacori Williams) 29 carries, 148 yards, 4 TDs; Slotbacks (Tyrell Robinson, Braheam Murphy, Laquan Veney, Markens Pierre, Justin Lescouflair) 10 carries, 96 yards

Here’s the breakdown of the 65 offensive snaps (as charted off DVR)

T Simon Dellinger (37 snaps)
G Aidan Gaines (37 snaps): First offensive snaps of the season
T David Hayward (37 snaps): First offensive snaps of the season
SB Ay’Jaun Marshall (31 snaps): 1 carry, 10 yards, 1 catch, 22 yards, TD
QB Cade Ballard (30 snaps): 7 carries, 40 yards, 0-for-1 passing; first offensive snaps of the season
SB Laquan Veney (25 snaps): 2 carries, 18 yards
C Connor Bishop (24 snaps): 15th career start
WR Ryan Jackovic (23 snaps)
G-C Dean Powell (23 snaps): 10 snaps at center
G Sam Barczak (22 snaps):
C Jackson Filopowicz (22 snaps)
G Connor Finucane (22 snaps): 10th career start
G-C Noah Knapp (22 snaps): 16th career start; played four snaps at center
T Boobie Law (22 snaps): 11th career start
G Zack Ward (22 snaps)
T Mason Kolinchak (21 snaps): 7th career start
WR Mike Roberts (21 snaps)
FB Tyson Riley (19 snaps): 10 carries, 70 yards, TD
WR Brandon Jones (18 snaps)
SB Justin Lescouflair (18 snaps): 1 carry, 9 yards
WR Jalen Moy (18 snaps): First offensive snaps of season
FB Wilson Catoe (15 snaps): 6 carries, 24 yards
SB Markens Pierre (14 snaps): 3 carries, 28 yards, TD, first offensive snaps of the season
T Kam Holloway (13 snaps)
SB A.J. Howard (13 snaps)
FB Shacori Williams (13 snaps): 6 carries, 18 yards, TD
WR Isaiah Alston (11 snaps): 1 catch, 30 yards
QB Jabari Laws (11 snaps): 2 carries, 16 yards, 3-for-3, 58 yards, TD
QB Tyhier Tyler (11 snaps): 4 carries, 32 yards, TD
FB Cade Barnard (10 snaps): 1 carry, 3 yards, 5th career start
WR Cole Caterbone (10 snaps): 8th career start
SB Brandon Walters (10 snaps) 19th career start
TE Josh Lingenfelter (9 snaps): 4th career start
TE Chris Cameron (8 snaps):
WR Reikan Donaldson (8 snaps):
SB Braheam Murphy (8 snaps): 1 carry, 6 yards, 1 catch, 6 yards, 1st start of season, 2nd career start
SB Tyrell Robinson (8 snaps): 2 carries, 25 yards
QB Christian Anderson (6 snaps): 4 carries, 43 yards, TD, 11th career start
FB Anthony Atkins (6 snaps): 3 carries, 10 yards
FB Jakobi Buchanan (5 snaps): 3 carries, 23 yards, TD
TE Danny Joiner (4 snaps): Season debut on offense
QB Jemel Jones (4 snaps): 3 carries, 37 yards, TD
QB Maurice Bellan (3 snaps): 2 carries, 16 yards, Season debut on offense

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