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Army QB Ahmad Bradshaw wasn't feeling all that great before the Air Force game.
The Falcons defense felt the same way after a 21-0 loss on Saturday. Bradshaw finished with 265 yards rushing. It was an Army record for a quarterback, surpassing the mark held by Trent Steelman, who went for 212 yards rushing at Eastern Michigan on Oct. 20, 2012.
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Bradshaw went to the sideline for a play in the first quarter when his stomach was bothering him. After he got sick, he felt a whole lot better.
"I left it out on the field, if you didn't see," Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw carried the ball 23 times and scored once. He simply wore down the Falcons, with his longest run 48 yards. He didn't attempt one pass. There was no need given the way Army was moving the ball.
"Their scheme was good. Their scheme was great," Air Force linebacker Grant Ross said. "They played and executed. We have to learn from this one."