Crazy calls/no calls lead to Army loss at Temple.
OFFENSIVE STAR OF THE GAME
WR No. 82 Ali Villanueva
Villanueva caught four passes for 62 yards including a 4-yard scoring reception from Trent Steelman
that tied the score at 13 in the third quarter. On the season, Ali now has
16 catches for over 250 yards and four touchdowns. Villanueva's four scoring receptions encompass all of Army touchdown receptions this season.
DEFENSIVE STAR OF THE GAME
Army had five sacks against Temple McNary had four of them which is pretty impressive. He single handedly moved the Temple offense back 38 yards during the game. His
individual sacks were for losses of 12, 8, 7, and 11 yards. McNary should have been scored safety on one of his sacks but the officiating crew had other ideas. McNary has 9.5
sacks on the season, which is seven more than the Cadet in second place has accumulated.
UNSUNG HERO OF THE GAME
Carlton, a sophomore, has kicked well for Army this season. His overtime field goal against Vanderbilt
last week helped net Army their third victory of season. Saturday he
made 2-of-3 field goals. He's 12-of-16 for the season and has made 4-of-5 from 40 yards plus including a long kick of 51 yards. It's nice to know that the Cadets will have
his services for the next two seasons.
OFFENSIVE DEFENSIVE UNSUNG HERO
WEEK 6 Zach Peterson Andrew Rodriguez Brad Marren
WEEK 5 Damion Hunter Stephen Anderson Steven Erzinger
WEEK 4 Chip Bowden Victor Ugenyi Antuan Aaron
WEEK 3 Trent Steelman Donovan Travis Mike Gann
WEEK 2 Patrick Mealy Andrew Rodriguez Matthew Campbell
WEEK 1 Kingsley Ehie Joshua McNary Jonathan Bulls
The Army Black Knights fell to Temple, 27-13, on Saturday. Each week ArmySports.com honors an offensive, defensive, and unsung hero of the game. Look inside to see who gets
the honors this week.
ArmySports.com honors outstanding Army performers from this week's game.