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air force quarterback arion worthman leads falcons to upset victory – the denver

arion worthman’s first pass attempt saturday at colorado state was intercepted, and one play later, the rams connected on a 55-yard touchdown pass. but the junior air force quarterback didn’t the falcons’ 45-28 upset victory at csu, worthman accounted for 181 total yards (117 rushing and 64 passing) and two scores — including a 56-yard touchdown completion to tight end ryan reffitt. worthman directed an option attack that averaged 6.1 yards per play with 30 first downs.“he was pretty solid,” air force coach troy calhoun said. “really, you look and he’s at a point now, he’s started about probably 12-14 games. i think anytime you do something you reach that point a little bit, especially when you care and he cares immensely. you start to see it continue to climb. that’s a credit to

penny scores 3 tds, no. 22 sdsu holds off air force 28-24

air force academy, colo. — rashaad penny scored three times, including a 53-yard scamper with 5:39 remaining, and no. 22 san diego state held off air force 28-24 on saturday night in a game that was delayed 88 minutes by lightning.the nation's leading rusher struggled early in the soggy conditions, but finally found some running room as the aztecs (4-0, 1-0 mountain west) began their quest to capture a third straight conference title. penny finished with 128 yards rushing, which was 68 below his season average.penny's go-ahead run came moments after air force (1-2, 0-1) took the lead when tim mcvey took a pitch, jumped over a san diego state defender on the ground, landed backward and twirled into the end zone for a 12-yard score.air force got the ball back with 2:12 left, but the trey lom

british police net the stalker of rare blue butterfly

after suspicions were raised, police last year raided phillip cullen’s home and discovered hundreds of dead butterflies encased in — the killer, a former body builder, stalked his frail victims at nature reserves, in one case clambering over a locked gate armed with a net, before he chased them down, trapped them and carried them away, dead or what prosecutors are calling britain’s first conviction of its kind, phillip cullen, 57, was found guilty this week of capturing, killing and possessing specimens of the large blue butterfly, the country’s rarest butterfly, admired for its beauty and expressionist blue wings. cullen, who had denied the charges, could face a maximum of six months in prison when he is sentenced next month.“it is an offense to capture, kill or poss