WEST POINT, N.Y. – Army's football team exacted a little revenge on Saturday, scoring 14 unanswered points in the second half to beat the University at Buffalo one year after losing a heartbreaker to the Bulls in overtime.
Despite trailing for most of the contest, Army stuck with the ground game and leaned heavily on senior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw and Woolfolk. The two combined for 46 carries, 238 rushing yards and all three of Army scores.
The Black Knights' best defense against the Bulls was a slow, methodical offense. Bradshaw and company held on to the ball for over 21 minutes in the second half. Buffalo only managed 16 plays on three offensive possessions.
Army improves to 2-0 on the season for the second consecutive year. The team faces possibly its stiffest test of the season next week when it travels to Columbus, Ohio to take on the Ohio State University.
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