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Air Force 29, UNLV 28, final

Air Force 29, UNLV 28 — Omar Clayton’s fourth-down pass to Jerriman Robinson was broken up with less than a minute to play, sending the Rebels to their third straight defeat. The Falcons scored the final nine points of the game, capped by a 19-yard field goal from Ryan Harrison with 2:36 remaining. UNLV led 28-20 until a 44-yard touchdown reception by Kyle Halderman with 13:47 to play got Air Force within two.

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Air Force 29, UNLV 28, final score

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Air Force 29, UNLV 28 Air Force 29, UNLV 28, 2:36 fourth quarter

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UNLV 28, Air Force 26 UNLV 28, Air Force 26, 13:47

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UNLV 28, Air Force 20 UNLV 28, Air Force 20, 14:50 fourth quarter

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UNLV 21, Air Force 20, third quarter UNLV 21, Air Force 20 -— Casey Flair caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Omar Clayton with 3:09 to play in the third quarter to give UNLV the lead entering the fourth. The Rebels had missed a field goal early in the quarter, while the Falcons were successful on a 23-yarder. UNLV has the ball at the Air Force 45-yard line as the fourth quarter begins.

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UNLV 21, Air Force 20, 3:09 third quarter

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Air Force 20, UNLV 14 Air Force 20, UNLV 14, 7:22 third quarter.

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Air Force 17, UNLV 14 — Phillip Payne caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from Omar Clayton with just 14 seconds remaining in the first half to get the Rebels within three points of the Falcons at the break. Air Force opened up a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter on a touchdown pass from Tim Jefferson to Josh Cousins, but UNLV answered immediately on a scoring run by C.J. Cox. In between the UNLV touchdowns, Air Force had a 16-play drive that chewed up 6:31 and resulted in a field goal.

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Air Force 17, UNLV 14, :14 second quarter

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Air Force 17, UNLV 7, 1:36 second quarter

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Air Force 14, UNLV 7, 8:14 second quarter

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Air Force 14, UNLV, 13:36 second quarter

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Air Force 7, UNLV 0, end of first quarter

Air Force 7, UNLV 0 — Fullback Todd Newell ran for a 52-yard touchdown for the only score of the first quarter as the Falcons grabbed an early lead at Sam Boyd Stadium. Air Force has the ball at UNLV’s 21-yard line as the second quarter begins. UNLV took its first offensive drive of the game inside the Air Force 35, but decided to punt instead of attempting a long field goal.

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Air Force 7, UNLV 0, 5:48 first quarter
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