The Army West Point Football team got back on the winning track by grinding out a 31-13 win on the road at UTSA on Saturday afternoon at the Alamodome. Jabari Laws made his first collegiate start under center and rushed for a career-best 137 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown.
Kell Walker had his best outing of the season with 80 yards on five carries and two touchdowns on the ground. The Black Knights' defense was key in holding off the Roadrunners in the first half and recorded five sacks and nine tackles for loss in the win. Six different players registered at least a half a sack.
Army forced three fumbles in the game and recovered two, including Jacob Covington's huge recovery off a Javhari Bourdeau forced fumble in the second half. Army ran for a season-high 340 yards and found the end zone four times on the ground. The Black Knights' defense held the home team to 260 total yards, including only 51 rushing yards. Read more.