By Associated Press
November 19, 2016

WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Andy Davidson ran for two touchdowns on 111 yards, Cole Macek added two more scores and 108 yards and Army crushed Morgan State 60-3 in its home finale on Saturday.

Darnell Woolfolk added a score on 104 yards to keep the Black Knights (6-5) in the hunt for their first bowl game since 2010.

Army's triple option, which stalled badly in a 44-6 loss to Notre Dame a week ago, returned to form against an FCS defense that came in allowing 32 points per game. The Black Knights scored on their first two drives and led 29-3 by halftime.

The nation's No. 2 rushing offense wound up with 504 yards, 561 total yards, as Army clinched its second six-win season since 1996.

Chris Andrews (8 for 20) threw for 79 yards for the Bears (2-8, 2-5 MEAC), who converted just three of 16 third downs. Morgan State, which hasn't won a road game since October 2015, failed to score a touchdown for the second time this year and was held to 124 yards of offense.

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