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Watch Army vs UL Monroe Live Stream FREE WEEK 2 Game


Saturday 12th September 2020

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Watch Army vs UL Monroe Live Stream FREE WEEK 2 Game on Saturday 12th September 2020

Watch Live Stream: UL Monroe vs Army — NCAA College Football LIVE 2020. Watch Live Stream: UL Monroe vs Army — NCAA College .The Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks will face off against the Army West Point Black Knights at 1:30 p.m. ET on Saturday at Blaik Field at Michie Stadium. Last year was nothing to brag about for the Warhawks (5-7), so the team is looking forward to a new start. Army West Point was 5-8 last season and is coming off of a 42 to nothing victory against the Middle Tenn. Blue Raiders this past Saturday.


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Two last-season stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: Louisiana-Monroe was third worst when it came to rushing yards allowed per game last year, with the squad giving up 252.7 on average. To make matters even worse for Louisiana-Monroe, Army West Point was third best in the nation in rushing yards per game, finishing the 2019 season with 297.2 on average. So the Louisiana-Monroe squad has its work cut out for it.

Since the experts predict a loss, Louisiana-Monroe will need to dig deep. Perhaps they’ll be able to flip the script and come out with a big win.

How To Watch
When: Saturday at 1:30 p.m. ET
Where: Blaik Field at Michie Stadium — West Point, New York
TV: CBS Sports Network
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Watch on your Phone: CBS Sports App
Watch on Connected TV: CBS Sports App on Roku and Fire TV
The Black Knights are a big 19.5-point favorite against the Warhawks, according to the latest college football odds.

Over/Under: -110

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Series History

This is the first time these teams have played each other within the last five years.

After a sparse opening weekend, the ACC and Big 12 begin playing in week two. The Miami Hurricanes ran all over UAB on Thursday night and the rest of the league begins playing on Saturday. There are no marquee games this weekend and the SEC is still not playing but there is still plenty to pique your interest.

This likely won’t last long but I was 2-0 last weekend on my picks so I’ll toot my own horn while I can.

UL Lafayette (+11.5) at Iowa State – Noon on ESPN

Iowa State is a good team so I don’t want this pick to come across as a denigration of the Cyclones or Matt Campbell. I was very nervous that Campbell would end up at some place like Michigan State and make the Big Ten East even tougher. ISU was 7-6 last year but have a right to feel they could have been much better. Brock Purdy is a terrific QB but I have doubts about their offensive line. This pick is more an endorsement of Billy Napier and the Ragin’ Cajuns. Lafayette was ninth in the country in point differential a season ago and they bring back the bulk of an offense that lit up the scoreboard in 2019. I think Lafayette is a live dog with a real chance to pull off the upset. Ultimately, I think Iowa State escapes with a win but 11.5 points is too many for them to be giving.

UL Monroe at Army (-21) – 1:30 on CBSSN

I won with Army last week and I liked everything I saw from the Black Knights. They flattened Middle Tennessee State on both sides of the ball. Monroe should be a slightly stiffer test but I think Army is the significantly better program and I’ll gladly Army until they prove me wrong.

Duke at Notre Dame (-20.5) – 2:30 on NBC

It pains me to say this but I think Notre Dame will be very good this season. In my opinion, the David Cutcliffe era at Duke has passed its peak and he won’t be around much longer in Durham. The Fighting Irish return all five starters on the offensive line, a group that has a combined 111 career starts. They could end up being the best line in the country and will undoubtedly be at least in the top few. I really think Notre Dame has some exciting young running backs, Ian Book is a good veteran QB and the wide receivers, while not at all elite, are solid. Notre Dame has won 18 straight at home and I fully expect the 15,000 or so that are able to be in attendance will see the Fighting Irish blow out the Blue Devils.

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