Air Force Rallies to Beat Army 24-14

Quarterback Tim Jefferson scored twice and Air Force rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to beat Army 24-14 Saturday and retain the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.

After being outgained on the ground by 230 yards in the first half, the Falcons (5-4) outscored the Black Knights 21-0 in a third-quarter blitz that included two field goals, two touchdowns, a two-point conversion and two takeaways.

Parker Herrington kicked a career-high three field goals for the Falcons, who recovered fumbles that allowed them to start drives at the Army 29, 19 and 14 in the second half.