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2018 Army Black Knights football
Commander-in-Chief's Trophy champion
Armed Forces Bowl champion
Lambert-Meadowlands Trophy
Armed Forces Bowl, W 70–14 vs. Houston
ConferenceIndependent
Ranking
CoachesNo. 20
APNo. 19
2018 record11–2
Head coachJeff Monken (5th season)
Offensive coordinatorBrent Davis (5th season)
Offensive schemeTriple option
Defensive coordinatorJay Bateman (5th season)
Base defense3–4
CaptainCole Christiansen
Bryce Holland
Darnell Woolfolk
Home stadiumMichie Stadium
(Capacity: 38,000)
Seasons
← 2017
2019 →
2018 Division I FBS independents football records
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
No. 5 Notre Dame ^               12 1  
No. 19 Army               11 2  
BYU               7 6  
Liberty*               6 6  
UMass               4 8  
New Mexico State               3 9  
** – Ineligible for postseason play due to FCS-to-FBS transition rules (can apply for waiver if not enough bowl eligible teams)
As of July 14, 2020 • Rankings from AP Poll

The 2018 Army Black Knights football team represented the United States Military Academy in the 2018 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Black Knights were led by fifth-year head coach Jeff Monken and played their home games at Michie Stadium. They competed as an independent. Following their 28–14 victory over Colgate in Week 12, Army entered the AP Poll at No. 23 and the Coaches' Poll at No. 24, the first time Army had entered the national rankings since finishing the 1996 season at No. 25 in the AP and No. 24 in the Coaches'. On December 2, Army accepted an invite to participate in the Armed Forces Bowl against the Houston Cougars of the American Athletic Conference.[1] On December 8, Army defeated its archrival Navy by a score of 17–10, increasing their Army-Navy Game win streak to three in a row and winning the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the second straight year. With the win the Black Knights also secured their second straight 10-win season, the first time that had been accomplished in the Academy's long and storied history. In the Armed Forces Bowl, they defeated Houston by a score of 70–14 to tie NCAA bowl game records for points scored and margin of victory.[2] Their 11 wins are the most in one season in program history. As a result of his team's 2018 accomplishments, Coach Monken was awarded the George Munger Collegiate Coach of the Year Award by the Maxwell Football Club,[3] the Vince Lombardi College Football Coach of the Year Award by the Lombardi Foundation,[4] and the President's Award by the Touchdown Club of Columbus.[5] Army finished the season with a ranking of No. 19 in the AP Poll[6] and No. 20 in the Coaches' Poll,[7] their highest finish in both polls since Pete Dawkins's Heisman Trophy-winning season in 1958 where the Cadets finished No. 3 in both polls. Following the completion of the season, the Black Knights were awarded the 2018 Lambert Trophy by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) and Metropolitan New York Football Writers, signifying them as the best team in the East in Division I FBS.[8] This was the eighth overall time the Lambert Trophy had been awarded to Army, and the first since 1958.

Previous seasonEdit

The Black Knights opened the 2017 season with two consecutive wins over teams they had lost to over the previous two years: a blowout win over Fordham and a fourth-quarter comeback over Buffalo to open the year at 2–0. They then dropped the next two games against No. 8 (final No. 5) Ohio State and Tulane. Following these setbacks, the Black Knights ripped off a string of six straight wins, highlighted by a 31–28 overtime victory against Temple to become bowl eligible,[9] a 21–0 beat-down of service-academy rival Air Force (the first shutout of a service-academy opponent by Army since a 27–0 victory over Navy on Nov. 29, 1969),[10] and a 21–16 victory over Duke to secure their first unbeaten home schedule in a season since the 1996 team that finished 10–2 (and just the sixth Black Knights squad to go undefeated at home since 1960).[11][12] Following this string of victories, Army dropped a shootout to 2016 Heart of Dallas Bowl opponent North Texas on a last second field goal to enter the 118th Army-Navy game with a record of 8–3 and the opportunity to secure their first Commander-in-Chief's Trophy in over twenty years.

In a steady snowfall on the afternoon of December 8, after hosting ESPN's College GameDay and wearing uniforms honoring the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division, the Black Knights defeated their arch-rival Navy by a score of 14–13 after taking the lead on a fourth-quarter go-ahead scoring drive followed by a missed last-second 48-yard Midshipmen field goal. This secured their second victory in a row over Navy and their first Commander-in-Chief's Trophy since 1996.[13]

The Army team then capped off the season by earning their second straight bowl victory (first time since the 1984–1985 seasons) over the San Diego State Aztecs in the Armed Forces Bowl by converting a go-ahead 2-pt conversion after scoring with 18 seconds left in regulation (with the final score being 42–35 following a fumble returned for a touchdown as SDSU attempted a lateral-filled desperation tying score on the last play of the game).[14] This secured the Black Knights' second ever 10-win season, finishing with a final record of 10–3. Following the season, they were chosen as the 2017 ECAC Division I Football Subdivision Team of the Year.[15] Quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw finished the season with an Army and all-service-academy single-season rushing record of 1,746 yards.

PreseasonEdit

Award watch listsEdit

Listed in the order that they were released

Award Player Position Year
Rimington Trophy[16] Bryce Holland C SR
Maxwell Award[17] Darnell Woolfolk FB SR
Bronko Nagurski Trophy[18] James Nachtigal LB SR
Paul Hornung Award[19] Kell Walker SB/KR JR
Walter Camp Award[20] Darnell Woolfolk FB SR

PersonnelEdit

RosterEdit

2018 Army Black Knights roster

Quarterbacks

  • 4 Cam Thomas, Sophomore
  • 8 Kelvin Hopkins, Junior
  • 9 Luke Langdon, Senior
  • 13 Christian Anderson, Sophomore

Running Backs

  • 3 Jordan Asberry, Senior
  • 5 Kell Walker, Junior
  • 10 Jordan Blackman, Sophomore
  • 16 Malik Hancock, Junior
  • 21 T.J Wisham, Sophomore
  • 27 Fred Cooper, Sophomore
  • 29 Zack Boobas, Sophomore
  • 30 Dominic Distefano, Sophomore
  • 32 Artice Hobbs IV, Sophomore
  • 34 Rashaad Bolton, Junior
  • 38 Donnell Diego, Sophomore
  • 44 Chambo Liddell-Patacsil, Sophomore

Fullbacks

  • 22 Calen Holt, Senior
  • 25 Connor Slomka, Junior
  • 31 Sandon McCoy, Sophomore
  • 33 Darnell Woolfolk, Senior
  • 40 Andy Davidson, Senior

Offensive Lineman

  • 53 Jeff Panara, Senior
  • 55 J.B Hunter IV, Sophomore
  • 58 Liam McCarthy, Junior
  • 59 Mike Johnson, Junior
  • 60 Alex Herndon, Junior
  • 62 Michael Gerber, Sophomore
  • 63 Jake Baumert, Junior
  • 65 Bryce Holland, Senior
  • 71 Nick Stokes, Sophomore
  • 73 Jaxson Deaton, Junior
  • 74 Austin Schuffert, Senior
  • 75 Jack Sides, Junior
  • 76 Peyton Reeder, Sophomore
  • 77 Noah Utley, Junior
  • 79 Cooper Simpson, Junior
  • 94 Will Huff, Freshman
 

Tight Ends

  • 30 Hayden Haupt, Junior
  • 47 Jake Lauer, Sophomore
  • 49 Michel Toure, Junior
  • 72 Trey Neville, Junior
  • 83 Zach Saum, Senior
  • 85 Quinten Parker, Senior

Wide Receivers

  • 9 Ke'Shaun Wells, Sophomore
  • 19 Kevin Waites, Sophomore
  • 31 Chris Gregg, Junior
  • 82 Kjetil Cline, Junior
  • 86 Christian Hayes, Junior
  • 88 Camden Harrison, Sophomore

Defensive Line

  • 63 Jon King, Sophomore
  • 65 Ted Wages IV, Sophomore
  • 68 Alex Crawford, Sophomore
  • 76 Mackay Phillips, Sophomore
  • 77 Raymond Wright, Senior
  • 86 Edriece Patterson, Sophomore
  • 87 Jack Hough, Sophomore
  • 90 Karl Holler, Sophomore
  • 91 Wunmi Oyetuga, Senior
  • 92 Rahmeel Cook, Sophomore
  • 93 Rod Stoddard II, Junior
  • 94 Luke Blanton, Sophomore
  • 95 Emmanuel Ukhueligbe, Sophomore
  • 97 Demann Wilson, Sophomore
  • 98 Connor Smith, Sophomore
  • 99 Cordarrell Davis, Senior
 

Linebackers

  • 11 Donavan Lynch, Junior
  • 15 Ryan Parker, Junior
  • 18 Jake Ellington, Junior
  • 19 James Nachtigal, Senior
  • 22 Christian Gomez, Sophomore
  • 29 Chandler Ramirez, Senior
  • 34 Jeremiah Lowery, Sophomore
  • 34 Jack King, Junior
  • 37 Aaron Jones, Sophomore
  • 39 Kieren Douglas, Sophomore
  • 42 Amadeo West, Junior
  • 45 Gavin Bassett, Sophomore
  • 47 Jon Rhattigan, Sophomore
  • 51 Joe Ryan, Junior
  • 54 Cole Christiansen, Junior
  • 56 Kenneth Brinson, Senior
  • 85 Josh Thomas, Sophomore

Defensive Backs

  • 1 Marcus Hyatt, Senior
  • 2 James Gibson, Senior
  • 3 Taylor Vessel, Sophomore
  • 4 Max Regan, Senior
  • 5 Ryan Velez, Junior
  • 6 Dean Ngendakuriyo, Sophomore
  • 7 Jaylon McClinton, Junior
  • 9 Justin Thomas, Sophomore
  • 10 Mike Reynolds, Senior
  • 14 Jalen Sharp, Senior
  • 16 Jordan Lane, Sophomore
  • 17 Joe King V, Sophomore
  • 20 Cameron Jones, Junior
  • 23 Elijah Riley, Junior
  • 25 Javhari Bourdeau, Sophomore
  • 26 Richard Hanson, Junior
  • 27 Wallace Barrett, Sophomore
  • 33 Alex Rowe II, Sophomore
  • 33 Bryson Stephens, Sophomore
  • 46 Chris Skyers, Sophomore
  • 80 Glen Coates, Junior

Kickers

  • 21 Camden Bauman, Sophomore
  • 31 John Abercrombie, Senior
  • 38 Nick Schrage, Senior
  • 95 Sean McNulty, Sophomore
  • 96 Billy Mitchell, Sophomore
  • 97 David Cooper, Junior
  • 98 Michael Leisle, Sophomore
  • 99 Landon Salyers, Sophomore

Punters

  • 17 Zach Potter, Junior
  • 34 J.D Mote, Senior

Long Snappers

  • 40 Paul Lawless, Sophomore
  • 45 Caleb McKee, Sophomore
  • 48 Kyle O'Connor, Sophomore
  • 89 Scott Flanick, Senior

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ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
August 317:00 p.m.at DukeESPNUL 14–3426,017
September 812:00 p.m.LibertyCBSSNW 38–1425,133
September 1512:00 p.m.Hawaii
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSNW 28–2131,133
September 227:00 p.m.at No. 5 OklahomaFSN PPVL 21–28 OT87,177
September 2912:00 p.m.at BuffaloCBSSNW 42–1323,671
October 133:30 p.m.vs. San Jose StateESPNUW 52–315,627
October 2012:00 p.m.Miami (OH)dagger
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSNW 31–30 2OT38,016
October 2712:00 p.m.at Eastern MichiganCBSSNW 37–2222,627
November 312:00 p.m.Air Force
CBSSNW 17–1438,502
November 1012:00 p.m.Lafayette
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSNW 31–1331,286
November 1712:00 p.m.No. 8 (FCS) Colgate
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSNW 28–1426,086
December 83:00 p.m.vs. NavyNo. 22CBSW 17–1066,729
December 223:30 p.m.vs. HoustonNo. 22ESPNW 70–1444,738

Sources:[21][22][23]

RankingsEdit

Ranking movements
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NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. ( ) = First place votes.
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Game summariesEdit

at DukeEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
11–13–1 2017 ARMY, 21–16
Army Black Knights at Duke Blue Devils
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights 0 0 14 0

14

Blue Devils 3 14 7 10

34

at Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC

Statistics ARMY DUKE
First downs 18 19
3rd down efficiency 5–14 2–9
4th down efficiency 4–4 1–1
Plays–yards 68–365 52–381
Rushes–yards 47–168 35–184
Passing yards 197 197
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 10–21–0 13–17–0
Penalties–yards 7–69 4–30
Turnovers 2 1
Time of possession 36:06 23:54

LibertyEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Liberty Flames at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Flames 0 0 14 0

14

Black Knights 14 3 7 14

38

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics LIB ARMY
First downs 21 28
3rd down efficiency 5–12 6–14
4th down efficiency 0–1 2–2
Plays–yards 60–417 82–510
Rushes–yards 23–110 74–449
Passing yards 307 61
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 19–37–1 2–8–0
Penalties–yards 6–27 7–100
Turnovers 3 0
Time of possession 18:30 41:30

HawaiiEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
0–3 2013 HAW, 49–42
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Rainbow Warriors 7 7 0 7

21

Black Knights 7 14 0 7

28

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics HAW ARMY
First downs 15 18
3rd down efficiency 1–7 11–19
4th down efficiency 0–2 3–4
Plays–yards 45–362 76–465
Rushes–yards 13–41 66–303
Passing yards 321 162
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 20–32–0 6–10–0
Penalties–yards 5–30 5–70
Turnovers 0 0
Time of possession 18:42 41:18

at OklahomaEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
1–2 1961 OU, 14–8
Army Black Knights at No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights 7 7 7 0

21

No. 5 Sooners 14 7 0 0

28

at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, OK

Statistics ARMY OU
First downs 26 19
3rd down efficiency 13–21 1–3
4th down efficiency 4–5 0–1
Plays–yards 87–379 40–355
Rushes–yards 78–339 25–190
Passing yards 40 165
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 3–9–2 11–15–1
Penalties–yards 6–50 4–20
Turnovers 2 1
Time of possession 44:41 15:19

at BuffaloEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
3–3 2017 ARMY, 21–17
Army Black Knights at Buffalo Bulls
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights 7 14 7 14

42

Bulls 7 0 6 0

13

at University at Buffalo Stadium, Amherst, NY

Statistics ARMY UB
First downs 25 14
3rd down efficiency 9–14 2–11
4th down efficiency 3–3 0–2
Plays–yards 69–372 55–255
Rushes–yards 64–281 31–103
Passing yards 91 152
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 4–5–1 10–24–0
Penalties–yards 7–73 7–78
Turnovers 1 0
Time of possession 37:34 22:26

vs. San Jose StateEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Army Black Knights vs. San Jose State Spartans
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights 0 14 24 14

52

Spartans 3 0 0 0

3

at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

Statistics ARMY SJSU
First downs 23 10
3rd down efficiency 10–16 4–11
4th down efficiency 3–3 0–0
Plays–yards 70–395 48–171
Rushes–yards 65–341 30–36
Passing yards 54 135
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 2–5–0 13–18–0
Penalties–yards 3–15 7–55
Turnovers 0 4
Time of possession 37:17 22:43

Miami (OH)Edit

Overall record Last meeting Result
2–3 2011 MIAMI, 35–28
Miami (OH) RedHawks at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 0 7 0 14

30

Black Knights 7 7 7 0

31

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics MIOH ARMY
First downs 23 20
3rd down efficiency 5–18 8–17
4th down efficiency 7–9 3–4
Plays–yards 80–406 76–347
Rushes–yards 27–77 74–347
Passing yards 329 0
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 30–53–0 0–2–0
Penalties–yards 8–56 1–5
Turnovers 0 0
Time of possession 23:52 36:08

at Eastern MichiganEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
7–1 2017 ARMY, 28–27
Army Black Knights at Eastern Michigan Eagles
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights 3 13 7 14

37

Eagles 0 0 14 8

22

at Rynearson Stadium, Ypsilanti, MI

Statistics ARMY EMU
First downs 27 10
3rd down efficiency 10–19 1–7
4th down efficiency 4–4 1–2
Plays–yards 81–415 40–235
Rushes–yards 73–289 11–34
Passing yards 126 201
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 7–8–0 19–29–0
Penalties–yards 3–25 8–75
Turnovers 0 1
Time of possession 45:42 14:18

Air ForceEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
15–36–1 2017 ARMY, 21–0
Air Force Falcons at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 0 6 8

14

Black Knights 7 7 0 3

17

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics AFA ARMY
First downs 17 16
3rd down efficiency 3–9 8–16
4th down efficiency 1–3 3–3
Plays–yards 57–322 64–286
Rushes–yards 35–125 59–242
Passing yards 197 44
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 12–22–1 3–5–0
Penalties–yards 5–55 5–69
Turnovers 1 0
Time of possession 22:28 37:32

LafayetteEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
18–1 2016 ARMY 62–7
Lafayette Leopards at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Leopards 3 3 0 7

13

Black Knights 3 14 14 0

31

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics LAF ARMY
First downs 9 23
3rd down efficiency 2–8 12–13
4th down efficiency 1–1 0–0
Plays–yards 40–159 63–408
Rushes–yards 24–83 57–313
Passing yards 76 95
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 9–16–0 5–6–0
Penalties–yards 1–5 6–40
Turnovers 0 1
Time of possession 21:58 38:02

ColgateEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
22–5–2 1997 ARMY, 35–27
No. 8 (FCS) Colgate Raiders at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
No. 8 (FCS) Raiders 0 0 7 7

14

Black Knights 7 7 0 14

28

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics GATE ARMY
First downs 13 21
3rd down efficiency 2–8 8–12
4th down efficiency 0–2 1–1
Plays–yards 44–251 65–286
Rushes–yards 28–188 59–261
Passing yards 63 25
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 11–16–0 2–6–0
Penalties–yards 7–55 3–25
Turnovers 1 1
Time of possession 24:04 35:56

vs. NavyEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
51–60–7 2017 ARMY, 14–13
No. 22 Army Black Knights vs. Navy Midshipmen (119th Army–Navy Game)
1 2 3 4 Total
Midshipmen 0 0 0 10

10

No. 22 Black Knights 7 0 3 7

17

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Statistics NAVY ARMY
First downs 11 12
3rd down efficiency 3–13 5–14
4th down efficiency 2–3 1–3
Plays–yards 54–208 59–283
Rushes–yards 37–127 50–222
Passing yards 81 61
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 5–17–2 4–9–0
Penalties–yards 5–30 3–25
Turnovers 4 0
Time of possession 25:39 34:21

vs. Houston – Armed Forces Bowl Edit

Overall record Last meeting Result
2–5 2004 HOU, 35–21
Houston Cougars vs. No. 22 Army Black Knights (2018 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl)
1 2 3 4 Total
Cougars 0 7 0 7

14

No. 22 Black Knights 14 28 14 14

70

at Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, TX

Statistics HOU ARMY
First downs 23 27
3rd down efficiency 3–13 7–7
4th down efficiency 2–3 0–0
Plays–yards 73–320 62–592
Rushes–yards 41–90 58–507
Passing yards 230 85
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 21–32–0 4–4–0
Penalties–yards 5–33 7–60
Turnovers 2 1
Time of possession 24:55 35:05

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