Broam Hart knows all about Army and it's top-ranked rushing offense. That's served as motivation for the Air Force fullback.
"I just want to run all over those guys," Hart said. "I love to run the ball, if we get the opportunity - which we will on Saturday - if it's God's will I just want to explode and run all over those guys and show them we can do it too."
In a season that hasn't seen an Air Force tailback emerge as a featured back, it is Hart who leads the team in carries (94 - the next closest has 67) and yards (408 - next is 366) and his three touchdowns are tied for second.
Coach Troy Calhoun was asked about the lack of a 20-carry-a-game back last week and mentioned Hart as the one who might qualify for that spot.
The 6-foot, 220-pound junior would welcome the opportunity for more touches.
"I'm hungry," he said. "I want the ball as many times as I can get it, but you can't be selfish. It's a team game, I can't be an individual. But I would definitely love to get the ball more."