UTEP vs Army live stream. Army vs. UTEP Game Preview & Fearless Prediction
This is the Army we’ve all been waiting for under head coach Todd Monken. It’s taken a few years, and it’s got a long way to go to be Navy in terms of consistency, but after two weeks and two double-digit wins over Temple and Rice, there’s bowl hope. And there’s hope to be more than just competitive against a relatively easy first half of the season. Get off the field, hold the ball for 38 minutes, don’t turn the ball over or make any major screw-ups, and let the other team panic.
We kept them off the board in the third and fourth quarters and finally had a successful drive in the fourth quarter, but Tulane came back with a heck of a drive and scored the winning touchdown with less than a minute to go. It was awfully disappointing that we weren’t able to come away with a victory, but it’s something we have to understand that our opportunities to win those games are going to be there and if we don’t grab the bull by the horns to go and win, we will be in a dogfight at the end.
UTEP’s been holding the ball, too, keeping up for close to 36 minutes a game, but the offense couldn’t solve Texas last week and it’s not throwing the ball well. With QB Zack Greenlee expected to be back, the Miner offense should start to work even better.