Interesting development with the Army Black Knights. Projected starting quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw recently
. Backup Chris Carter is expected to step in though is currently unable to practice due to a hamstring injury. Carter started the final two games of last season and showed some acumen in the passing game with 348 yards.
is something Army had said it wants to do a lot more of this season.
“We are going to throw it more,” said Brent Davis, entering his third season as Army’s offensive coordinator. ”We have a weapon (6-foot-4 receiver Edgar Poe) on the outside, for sure. We have the slotbacks that can catch the football. We are working like heck to protect better. We are better at it.”