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UB football faces Army’s unique offense

University at Buffalo football coach Lance Leipold likens defending Army’s triple-option offense to playing in a chess match. One side can almost always make a counter move.

UB defensive coordinator Brian Borland called it “a fistfight in a phone booth.”

What is Bulls linebacker Khalil Hodge’s analogy?

“It’s like getting punched in the face.”

“The speed of the triple-option offense, especially the way Army runs it, it’s a lot different than when you see it in practice,” Hodge said. “The first time, that first drive in an actual game, it’s like a whirlwind.”

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