Sal Interdonato Times Herald-Record @salinterdonato
Army’s defense had Tulane and quarterback Jonathan Banks down to their potential final play three times in the final minutes.The first time, Black Knights forced the Green Wave into a 4th-and-8 from its own 27, holding onto a three-point lead.
Spoke with Army coach Jeff Monken following 21-17 loss at Tulane. Here are his thoughts:On if he looks at this game as one that slipped away:Â “Oh no. They beat us. In the first half, we kick off and it’s a one-play drive for a touchdown and they are up 7-0 and 12 seconds have come off the clock. It’s not a great way to start. We start our series with a negative yardage play. We missed the read. It’s 2nd-and-12. Then, we have a false start. It wasn’t like we didn’t know the snap count.
Fullbacks Andy Davidson and Connor Slomka said Army’s offense should shoulder the blame for not producing enough points in the Black Knights’ 21-17 loss at Tulane. Senior linebacker Alex Aukerman pointed the finger at himself for Tulane quarterback Jonathan Banks’ scrambles that kept the Green Wave’s game-winning drive alive. On Tulane quarterback Jonathan Banks making plays on game-winning drive: There were a few plays where he found us out of position and he was able to scramble.
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