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Holy Cross
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Abilene Christian -15.5
Army +15.5

Over 56.5 (-110)
Under 56.5 (-110)

Community Picks: Holy Cross 43% vs Army 58%

Holy Cross and Army Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Fordham quarterback Kevin Anderson was granted a medical redshirt by the league to return for a fifth season of eligibility. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Anderson was granted the extra year because he sat out his freshman season at Marshall in 2013 while recovering from a broken collarbone he suffered as a high school senior in Boca Raton, Florida. Anderson transferred to Fordham in 2014 and spent his first season as the backup to former Patriot League offensive player of the year Michael Nebrich. Continue to Article
February 13, 2017 1:12:pm EST
Army has suspended defensive coordinator Jay Bateman for two weeks for mishandling information about the Wake Forest football team. West Point also fined Bateman $25,000 for his role in the so-called WakeyLeaks scandal and ordered him to attend ethics training. Wake Forest said a former assistant coach-turned-broadcaster leaked or attempted to leak plays to opponents. Continue to Article
February 07, 2017 1:39:pm EST
In just three years at the helm, Army coach Jeff Monken likely has exceeded his own expectations. The Black Knights put the stamp on a turnaround season Tuesday, beating North Texas in overtime in the Heart of Texas Bowl. The bowl victory for Army (8-5) capped the most successful season since the 1996 team won an academy-record 10 games and was ranked at season's end. Continue to Article
December 28, 2016 3:40:pm EST
Jordan Asberry ran for a 3-yard touchdown on fourth down in overtime, sending Army past North Texas 38-31 on Tuesday in a rematch at the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Asberry's score was the sixth rushing touchdown in the game for the Black Knights (8-5) and 46th of the season. Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 129 yards and a touchdown for Army while Darnell Woolfolk had 119 yards and two TDs. Continue to Article
December 27, 2016 3:55:pm EST
Army converted a fourth-and-goal for a touchdown in overtime and held North Texas on its OT possession to win Tuesday’s Heart of Dallas Bowl 38-31. After getting stuffed on third down near the goal line to start overtime, Army had to decide to take the lead with a short field goal or go for the TD. The contemplation had to be brief, as Army couldn’t call timeout after using its one OT timeout previously. Continue to Article
December 27, 2016 3:50:pm EST
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