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Simulation: Bulldogs defeat Mids in the Armed Forces Bowl

On December 23, 2016 at 3:22 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our whatifsports.com simulation, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs defeated the Navy Midshipmen, 56-38, at the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

The Bulldogs had 517 total yards in 33 minutes and 50 seconds in time of possession. The Midshipmen had 515 total yards in 26 minutes and 10 seconds.

Kam McKnight (Getty Images)

Kam McKnight (Getty Images)

Midshipmen quarterback Zach Abey had 97 passing yards and a touchdown.

Shawn White had a 175 rushing yards and a touchdown. Chris High added a 112 rushing yards and a touchdown. Dishan Romine had 96 yards and two touchdowns. Abey had 32 yards and Calvin Cass Jr. had three yards.

Brandon Colon had 79 yards, while Jamir Tillman had 18 yards and a touchdown.

Bulldogs quarterback Ryan Higgins had 363 yards and four touchdowns.

Jarred Craft had 125 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Boston Scott had 26 yards, while Dee Fleming had 11 yards and Higgins had -8 yards and a touchdown.

Trent Taylor had a 167 yards, while Carlson Henderson had 65 yards and a touchdown. Kam McKnight had 39 yards and two touchdowns and Alfred Smith had 35 yards. Scott added 25 yards, while Craft had 23 and Rhashid Bonnette had nine yards and a touchdown.

Midshipmen defenders Alohi Gilman, Jarvis Polu and Khaylan Williams each had a sack.

McKnight had two second half touchdowns, while Craft also had a 10-yard run for the Bulldogs.

Tillman and Romine had a touchdown, while Bennett Moehring made a 48 yard field goal for the Mids.

Navy had three rushing touchdowns in the first half.

Louisiana Tech also had three rushing touchdowns in the half, as well. Bonnette and Henderson also caught touchdown receptions.

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