WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) In the Rich Ellerson era, Army's triple-option offense has become dangerous…
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Steelman, a junior quarterback from Bowling Green, Ky., rushed for 157 yards and three touchdown on 21 carries before being injured late in the fourth quarter. He also completed 2-of-4 passes for 43 yards.
DEFENSE: Hayden Pierce
Pierce, a freshman safety from Yorba Linda, Calif., had four tackles during the game. His first half tackle of Aztec star Ronnie Hillman resulted in a 4-yard loss and forced San Diego State to punt.
UNSUNG HERO AWARD: Anthony Stephens
Stephens, a sophomore wide receiver from Greenville, S.C., made his first career start and made a key 24-yard catch in the second quarter that converted on a third down situation.
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