News:Larry Dixon ran for 61 yards for 16 carries but was also a part of a fumbled exchange on a potential game winning drive in Army's 17-13 loss to Navy on Saturday.
Analysis: Army-Navy is what it's all about for these two teams and that fumbled exchange between Trent Steelman and Larry Dixon will probably stick with Dixon for a long time.
News:Larry Dixon injured his ankle during Army's loss to Rutgers on Nov. 10, the Military Times reports.
Analysis:Larry Dixon has rushed for 672 yards and six touchdowns on 115 carries this season. He should be ready to play Saturday versus Temple.
News:Larry Dixon rushed for 81 yards on six carries but fumbled once in Army's 28-7 loss to Rutgers on Saturday.
Analysis: For the great year Larry Dixon is having -- six touchdowns so far -- he does have several fumbles. That is something a lead rusher on a run-heavy team cannot afford.
News:Larry Dixon had 89 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries in Army's 41-21 win over Air Force on Saturday.
Analysis: After a couple quiet weeks where fought an injury, Larry Dixon was Army's leading running back once again.
News:Larry Dixon ran for a touchdown and 128 yards overall in Army's 34-31 victory over Boston College on Saturday.
Analysis:Larry Dixon continues to be a fantastic change of pace back for Army, and their confidence in him showed up big time in Saturday's performance.
News:Larry Dixon ran for 50 yards on seven carries and a fumble in Army's 23-3 loss to Stony Brook on Saturday. He also caught one pass for 10 yards.
Analysis:Larry Dixon failed to score a touchdown touchdown today, which would have marked three straight games having done so.
News:Larry Dixon ran for 112 yards on 21 carries and scored a touchdown in Army's 49-37 loss to Wake Forest on Saturday.
Analysis: It was a huge day for Larry Dixon, who averaged over five yards per carry and got the second-most carries of anyone on the field. He is truly turning into a workhorse for Army.
Army's Dixon Has Huge Three Touchdown Game in Losing Effort
News:Larry Dixon gained 138 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns in Army's 41-40 loss to Northern Illinois on Saturday.
Analysis: This was Larry Dixon's day for sure, as he was Army's main scoring threat and proved that teams must legitimately game-plan for three rushers. Dixon was one of three 100-yard rushers today for Army, the first time they've had that happen since 1996.