Army vS. Tulane Live stream. Tulane’s home game with Army: It’s a big one for the Green Wave, Tulane notebook: Jonathan Banks, Roderic Teamer status still unclear for Army game
The difference between a 2-2 or a 1-3 record will be huge heading into the Green Wave’s open date, but saying it before playing it doesn’t do him any good. Coming off a painful 23-21 loss at defending American Athletic Conference West champion Navy and a predictable 56-14 pasting at No. 2 Oklahoma, Tulane (1-2) is a slight favorite against Army (2-1), which lost 38-7 at Ohio State on Saturday, at the few places that have posted a point spread on the game.
Tulane coach Willie Fritz said he was unsure if No. 1 quarterback Jonathan Banks and safety Roderic Teamer would be back for next Saturday’s game against Army after they missed the Green Wave’s 56-14 loss to Oklahoma with injuries. Banks sat out with what the team termed an upper-body injury, although he participated in pre-game warmups.
It’s the exception in modern college football, but the Green Wave will have faced two triple-option offenses in three weeks when the final horn sounds on Saturday’s 11 a.m. home contest against Army. Two weeks ago, Tulane held Navy to 194 yards rushing but fell 23-21 on the road.