Posted November 05, 2012 on
Air Force suffered a disappointing 41-21 loss to Army on Saturday in West Point, N.Y. It was one of the few Falcon losses ever to the Black Knights. Look inside for photos from contest.
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In one of the happiest days in recent Michie Stadium history, Army shot down the rival Air Force Falcons, 41-21. Look inside for 32 photos from the memorable game.
There's only one thing left for Rich Ellerson to achieve at Army – technically two things, but they're bundled in one game. You know what that game is. Such a statement might seem odd in the midst of a 2-7 season, but it's entirely true now that Ellerson has crossed an important item off his West Point bucket list.
The Army Black Knights dominated Air Force as they defeated the Falcons 41-21 at Michie Stadium for the first time since 1996. It was the Black Knights first victory over Air Force since 2005. Army ran for four touchdowns and recovered a fumble in the end zone. The Army defense held the second ranked rushing team in the nation to just 103 rushing yards and recovered or forced five turnovers.
Air Force was unable to beat the Black Knights at their own game on Saturday as little to nothing went right offensively in an ugly 41-21 loss. The Falcons were out played for three quarters at West Point before waking up in the fourth quarter only to give up a fumble for a touchdown which was in keeping with events of the whole day. Here is a look back at AFA's three keys to a win over Army.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Fifth-year senior tackle R.J. Dill is set for his first battle against Army, but he already has a strong familiarity with the program. A military child, Dill's father is a Navy player who raised him to root against the Black Knights. Dill discussed his preparations for the game and thoughts on the "desert swarm" defense.