We could see a shootout in the thin air at Colorado Springs.
Just minutes after Utah punched in the game's first touchdown, Air Force answered with its first score. Jonathan Warzeka scampered into the end zone for an 11-yard score, and a point after knotted the game at 7-7.
This probably won't be a shootout in the traditional airing-it-out sense, if it does turn into one. The two teams have attempted a combined three passes, and one ended in a fumble.
And it's still hard to know whether Air Force's early success moving the ball will last. Utah's defense is very good, giving up just 12.9 points per game, and hadn't given up more than six points in its last two outings.