Air Force jumped out to a fast 14-0 lead on their first two possessions of the game, and since then their scoring has, of which they have converted only 50 percent. Also, the Falcons defense has been getting in the backfield, stopping the Navy running game before it can get started. Navy has been forced to throw more than they normally do by completing 5-of-8 passes so far.
The Falcons had the only score in the second quarter. It came on a 23-yard run by running back Asher Clark, completing a drive that went on for eight plays and 75 yards at the beginning of the second quarter. After that score the two teams went back-and-forth punting the rest of the quarter with one interception thrown by Navy.