Falcons Downed By Army, 21-0
Nov. 4, 2017

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AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP)
-- Quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for a career-high 265 yards and Army's defense ended Air Force's 306-game scoring streak with a 21-0 win on Saturday.

Air Force had the fifth-longest scoring streak all-time in the FBS before Army's swarming defense ended it. The last time the Falcons were held scoreless was by Mississippi in the 1992 Liberty Bowl. It was the first time the Falcons were shut out at home since Nov. 1, 1980, according to the school.

Army kept Air Force (4-5) off the board midway through the fourth quarter when the defense stopped the Falcons on downs deep in Army territory. After the offense went on a time-consuming scoring drive, the defense finished off the shutout by forcing an Air Force punt with around 33 seconds remaining. The Falcons missed a 47-yard field goal in the first quarter.

Kell Walker scored twice for the Black Knights, who earned their first win at Falcon Stadium since 2005.

The Falcons finished with 95 yards rushing, which is well below their season average (350.2). They had 190 total yards.

Arion Worthman rushed for 34 yards and was 6 of 11 through the air for 95.


 

 

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