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Tulane, Army continue losing streaks vs. ranked opponents
Both Tulane (lost at No. 2 Oklahoma) and Army (lost at No. 8 Ohio State) extended losing streaks against AP-ranked opponents on Saturday. The Green Wave and Black Knights own the two longest active losing streaks against such opponents in the FBS.
Freshman J.K. Dobbins ran for 172 yards and a pair of touchdowns as No. 8 Ohio State rebounded from a deflating loss to rout Army 38-7 on Saturday.
Rushing to victory
The Army Black Knights have thrown just 10 passes in two games, but have outscored their opponents 85-23 and are off to a 2-0 start.
Army football coach Jeff Monken, who has a 16-23 record in his fourth season, has signed an extension to remain with the Black Knights.
Washington State leads comeback wins
The Cougars were down 31-10 with 10:53 remaining in the fourth quarter against Boise State and saw their win probability approach zero. They quickly erased the deficit to win in three overtimes. Iowa, Army and Kentucky faced similarly slim odds to pick up wins on Saturday.
Darnell Woolfolk scored on a pair of 1-yard runs in the fourth quarter to lead Army past Buffalo 21-17 on Saturday.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Entering today's game, Buffalo had just a 7.4% chance to beat Army, per FPI. But at the half the Bulls lead 17-7 and now are the slight favorite (54.1%) to win the contest.
Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for two touchdowns and gained 128 of his 177 yards in the first half as Army crushed Fordham 64-6 in the opener for both teams Friday night.
ESPN Stats and Information
56 Days until the start of College Football Season. Army averaged 56.0 points per game in 1944, the most in a single season in FBS history.
The Army-Navy game will remain on CBS through 2028 after signing a 10-year extension with the network.
Michigan has added Army, Middle Tennessee and Western Michigan as future football opponents.
The cities and stadiums that host some of college football's most revered series are just as much a part of the rivalries as the teams on the field.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Army announces defensive coordinator Jay Bateman and former assistant Ray McCartney accepted leaked information from former Wake Forest broadcaster Tommy Ellis.