Bradshaw Named Army's Athlete of the Week
Following his brilliant performance against North Texas in the Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl, junior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw was named the Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week.

Bradshaw led his team to its first bowl victory since 2010 with 129 rushing yards, including a career-long 65-yard touchdown run. The 129 rushing yards were the second most for a quarterback in Cotton Bowl Stadium history, passing Texas' Vince Young, who ran for 127 yards against Oklahoma in 2003. Navy's Chris McCoy owns the records with 273 yards in 1995.

The Chicago native marched Army down the field for five scoring drives, including two of 10 or more plays. He rushed for seven yards in overtime and pitched the ball to Jordan Asberry on 4th-and-goal, leading to the eventual gamewinning touchdown as Army won 38-31 over North Texas.

Bradshaw was named the Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl's Most Valuable Player and was also 2-for-3 through the air for 53 yards, including a 38-yard pass to Tyler Campbell. He also hit Edgar Poe on a crucial 3rd-and-8 in overtime and the play picked up 15 yards and a first down. 
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