Six different rushers for the Army West Point Football team found pay dirt as the Black Knights topped Morgan State, 52-21, to extend their home winning streak to 15 games on Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium. The Cadets (3-1) logged 483 yards of total offense against the Bears (0-3) after rushing for 403. It was the most rushing yards in a single game by Army at Michie Stadium since putting up 449 in last year's home opener against Liberty.
Slomka led the charge with a career-best 110 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Christian Anderson, who appeared behind center for the first time in his career after Jabari Laws exited the game late in the first quarter, logged 75 yards on nine carries. The third-year quarterback also threw for 80 yards after completing an 80-yard touchdown pass in the win. Cole Christiansen captained the Army defense with a team-high 11 tackles, while Arik Smith posted eight. The Bears generated over 200 yards through the air, but the Black Knights' defense came away with three interceptions and limited Morgan State to just 21 points. Read more.