When the Air Force Falcons go to visit the Army Black Knights on Saturday, starting quarterback Trent Steelman will travel with the team, but his status is still labeled as questionable.
The big question mark surrounding this Saturday's game between the Air Force Falcons and the Army Black Knights is the status of Army quarterback Trent Steelman. Things are still pretty murky at the moment, as Sal Interdonato of the Times Herald-Record is reporting that Steelman will travel with the team but is still labeled as questionable for the game.
The quarterback is a key cog in Army's offense, especially on the ground. Rarely required to be a major threat through the air, Steelman ran for 576 yards and 11 touchdowns on 118 carries through Army's first seven games. He missed the team's last game against Fordham, but the team had little trouble against an overmatched squad.
If Steelman is unable to play on Saturday, expect back-up quarterbacks Max Jenkins and Angel Santiago to get most of the playing time.
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