Army's ground-chewing triple option offense tops the nation, averaging 399 yards rushing over the first three games as the Black Knights get set to host Stony Brook on Saturday.
In the last two games, Army (0-3) has run for 915 yards and 10 touchdowns, averaged 5.6 yards per carry, held the ball for nearly 76 minutes, scored 77 points - and still hasn't tasted victory.
It's a critical game for Army. Lose and any chance at a winning season and playing in the postseason likely vanishes.
Stony Brook (3-1) relishes running the ball, too. Manuel Maysonet and Marcus Coker have thrived behind a hulking offensive line that averages 305 pounds. The Seawolves are averaging 43.8 points and 480 yards per game, 327.8 on the ground.
Maysonet is averaging 145 yards rushing per game and a whopping 8.2 yards per carry and has 580 yards and a team-high six touchdowns on just 71 carries. Coker has 283 yards and five touchdowns.