Stop me if you've heard this before: Utah is beating Air Force with a methodical, efficient attack.
It's been one touchdown per quarter so far for Utah, but all three of them have come on 12-play drives. This one in the third quarter spanned 91 yards, and got capped not by a one-yard run, but a 36-yard pass from Jordan Wynn to Luke Matthews.
Air Force is still outgaining Utah, but just barely (259 yards to 256 yards), and the Falcons' inability to string together long drives or avoid costly fumbles has saddled them with a double-digit deficit that seems more than daunting.
But then, Air Force came close against Oklahoma, and that was on the road. Things might be different in Colorado Springs.