End of 4th Quarter
- West Point, NY 10996
- Line: ARMY -4.0
- Over/Under: 51
Army wins after EMU fails to score 2-point conversion
Army regains the lead on Woolfolk's TD
Porter makes the great catch for an EMU touchdown
Sergio Bailey II 15 Yd pass from Brogan Roback (Paul Fricano Kick)
8 plays, 75 yards, 3:22
Ahmad Bradshaw 9 Yd Run (Blake Wilson Kick)
14 plays, 93 yards, 8:49
Antoine Porter 45 Yd pass from Brogan Roback (Paul Fricano Kick)
7 plays, 92 yards, 2:57
Kell Walker 17 Yd Run (Blake Wilson Kick)
11 plays, 75 yards, 6:12
Connor Slomka 2 Yd Run (Blake Wilson Kick)
7 plays, 94 yards, 3:51
Mathew Sexton 8 Yd pass from Brogan Roback (Paul Fricano Kick)
13 plays, 78 yards, 5:42
Darnell Woolfolk 13 Yd Run (Blake Wilson Kick)
16 plays, 83 yards, 8:59
Sergio Bailey II 8 Yd pass from Brogan Roback (Two-Point Run Conversion Failed)
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