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  Brad Roberts' career spans just six quarters for Air Force. In that short time, the fullback has gained a team-high 280 yards. With an urgency reminiscent of the manner in which he hits a hole, this sophomore has thrust himself into prominence in the Falcons' offense and was rewarded Monday with Mountain West offensive player of the week honors. Roberts ran for 177 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries against New Mexico in a 28-0 victory Friday night. It was his first start and full game. "There's no quit in the guy," coach Troy Calhoun said after the game, calling Roberts "a warrior."

Roberts, an Arvada native, made his first appearance in the second half of the season-opening 40-7 victory over Navy. He ran for 102 yards in that game with a touchdown. For unspecified reasons, he then sat the next two games before being moved into the starting lineup when Timothy Jackson was unavailable against the Lobos. Roberts ran for two first-half touchdowns as Air Force built a 21-0 lead. Roberts was not made available to media following the game as he received treatment. "The thing I like most about him, he gets to the hole fast," left guard Nolan Laufenberg said. - Colorado Springs Gazette

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