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Army player blocks punt with facemask to set up TD (0:50)
Army extends lead on Holt's TD (0:31)
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Air Force falcon able to fly following Army prank

An Air Force falcon injured at West Point during a prank before Saturday's annual rivalry game between the two service academies is back home and showing signs of improvement.

Army, Air Force storm the field after final whistle (1:12)
Hopkins sneaks into the end zone to extend Army's lead (0:20)
Army caps epic opening drive on Woolfolk TD (0:34)
Army goes to the air to increase lead (0:20)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Through one half, Army has 15 first downs. Eastern Michigan has run a total of 13 plays. The Black Knights just keep rolling.

Army increases lead with TD run (0:22)
Army wins game in 2nd OT with defensive stop (0:37)

Army holds off Miami of Ohio 31-30 in double overtime

Darnell Woolfolk scored on a bruising 7-yard run up the middle in the second overtime, sophomore quarterback Cam Thomas rushed for 137 yards and one touchdown in his first career start, and Army held off Miami of Ohio 31-30 on Saturday.

Army takes fumble back 52 yards for TD (0:50)
Army QB keeps it himself for 24-yard TD (0:30)
Army QB finds wide-open target for 41-yard TD (0:34)
Army returns blocked field goal 80 yards to the house (0:31)
Army answers Buffalo with TD (0:19)
Buffalo opens scoring with 53-yard touchdown (0:26)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Some wild numbers from Oklahoma's overtime win over Army on Saturday night. Army ran 83 plays to 38 for Oklahoma in regulation and held the ball for 44:51. Sooners linebacker Kenneth Murray had a team-record 28 tackles — the highest total in the FBS since at least 2000 — and fellow OU linebacker Curtis Bolton had 23 stops. OU had two players record 20 or more tackles in the same game for just the second time in team history (1974 against Texas), and the Sooners' 40 total plays marked its lowest total since 1960 (38).

Team Stats

Passing Yards87.0
Rushing Yards307.2
Points For30.584th
Points Against19.2