Postgame Notes | Army 50, Eastern Michigan 25




Oct. 12, 2013

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TEAM

  • Army leads the all-time series with Eastern Michigan, 5-1.
  • Army is 3-0 against Eastern Michigan at Michie Stadium.
  • Army is 19-17-0 against teams in the Mid-American Conference.
  • Army is 1-1 against teams from the MAC in 2013.
  • Army's 50 points were the most scored by the Black Knights this season and most since a 55-0 victory over Fordham on Oct. 29, 2011.
  • The 50 points scored by Army are the most against a Football Bowl Subdivision team since a 59-52 double-overtime win against Louisville on Oct. 7, 1999.
  • The 50 points by Army are the most scored against a FBS squad in regulation since a 56-21 win at Temple on Oct. 9, 1993.
  • Army will play Temple at Lincoln Financial Field Saturday Oct. 19. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. and espn3.com will offer a video stream.

OFFENSE

  • Army has scored on its first possession in six of seven games with four touchdowns and two field goals. Army punted on its opening possession against Wake Forest and kicked field goals against Stanford and Boston College.
  •  Army amassed a season-high 513 rushing yards, the seventh time this season they have collected at least 271.
  • Army's 513 yards are the most since 516 yards opposite Boston College at Michie Stadium on Oct. 6, 2012.
  • Terry Baggett posted Army's seventh 100-yard rushing game this season. Baggett and Larry Dixon have rushed for 100 yards in three games and Angel Santiago in one.
  • Center Ryan Powis started his 14th consecutive game and the 24th of his career, the most of anyone on the offense.
  • Army started the same five men on the line for the seventh consecutive game: Michael Kime (left tackle), Stephen Shumaker (left guard), Powis, Zach Reichert (right guard) and Justin Gilbert (right tackle). 
  • Terry Baggett rushed for a career-best 304 yards, establishing an Academy single-game record. Mike Wallace held the previous mark with 269 yards against Louisville in 1999.
  • Baggett scored four rushing touchdowns, becoming the 14th player to do so in a single game. Carlton Jones scored five rushing touchdowns against South Florida in 2004.
  • Baggett established his career-long with a 67-yard run in the first quarter, eclipsing a 51-yard jaunt opposite Wake Forest on Sept. 21, 2013. Baggett gained 143 yards and scored twice against Louisiana Tech on Sept. 28.
  • Baggett's third-quarter 96-yard scoring run was the second longest run in Academy history, trailing just a 97-yard gain by Greg King in 1977 against Holy Cross.
  • Baggett's 67-yard scoring run was Army's third one-play scoring drive in the last two games.
  • Angel Santiago ran in a two-point conversion in the first quarter, the first successful two-point attempt since Patrick Laird hauled in a pass from Trent Steelman against Northern Illinois on Sept. 15, 2012.
  • Trenton Turrentine scored his first rushing touchdown of the season.

DEFENSE

  • Jarrett Mackey made the 23nd start of his career and sixth consecutive. Mackey leads the defense in career starts.
  • Freshman Malcolm Hudson made his first career start at  "quick"
  • Army allowed just 194 yards rushing, the fifth opponent it has held under 200 yards.
  • Colby Miller established his career-high with six tackles and recorded his first career sack.
  • Justin Trimble intercepted his first pass of the season and third of his career.
  • Trimble recovered a fumble in the third quarter, the first of his career.
  • Josh Jenkins forced a fumble for the first time in his career.
  • Army limited Eastern Michigan to 3 of 11 third down conversions.

SPECIAL TEAMS

  • Daniel Grochowski converted all five point after touchdowns attempts and is now 21-21 on the season.
  • Cale Brewer kicked off for the first time in his career. He kicked eight times for 411 yards, a 51.4 yards per kick average.    
  • Brewer was successful on his first career PAT attempt.

IN ATTENDANCE
Among the crowd of 36,006 were Heisman Trophy winner Pete Dawkins and fellow Army Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Mike McElrath and Al Vanderbush. Football standout Jim Cantelupe and large reunion classes from 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008 were in attendance as well.

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