Army West Point ran 64 plays in their 70-point bowl victory versus Houston.
Army had two eligible receivers on each side with a B-Back behind the Quarterback 94% of the time. Only 6% of the time did Army align with three eligible receivers on one side.
67% of the time, Army was either in a Flexed alignment, a Heavy alignment, or a combination of the two.
47% of the time, Army did not split out a receiver. This means they had 9 offensive players inside the tackle box with two eligible receivers within two yards of the Offensive Tackle.
42% of the time, Army flexed a receiver. Learn more about Flex alignment right here.
23% of the time, Army split out one receiver. This means they had 9 offensive players inside the tackle box with one eligible receiver within two yards of the Offensive Tackle and one WIDE receiver.
Army is a 2X2, Flex/Heavy Offense that runs Zone Dive, Zone Option, Belly, and Triple Option 47 times/game.