|9/8||at San Diego State||Loss|
|9/15||vs. Northern Illinois||Win|
|9/22||at Wake Forest||Loss|
|9/29||vs. Stony Brook||Win|
|10/6||vs. Boston College||Loss|
|10/13||vs. Kent State||Win|
|10/20||at Eastern Michigan||Win|
|10/27||vs. Ball State||Win|
|11/3||vs. Air Force||Win|
The huge advantage for Army this year as opposed to last is the sheer number of home games that the team will play. More than any other sport, college football games can be affected by a home crowd, and Army will be hopeful that the fans will be able to pick the players up to take down the likes of Air Force and Temple who are similarly ranked.
We have Army with a record of 7-5 at the end of the season with bowl eligibility secured. There is no one on this schedule that the Black Knights should be afraid of and the sheer quantity of home games will lead to a winning season assuming key players stay healthy. The Commander-in-Chiefs Trophy may be just out of reach, but Army will be able to keep it close with Navy and in football anything can happen on any given Saturday.