Army led 36-0 at halftime behind Daily's five touchdowns. He was 5 of 6 for 158 yards and three touchdowns, and he added five carries for 27 yards and two more scores in the half. Defensive lineman Kyle Lewis preserved the first-half shutout with a strip-sack and recovery with 43 seconds left before halftime.
Daily’s 13-yard scoring run with eight minutes left in the first quarter was the first offensive touchdown of the season for Army, whose lone touchdown last week came on a 44-yard interception return by Bo Nicolas-Paul.
Daily connected with Alston for touchdowns of 59 and 70 yards. Alston finished the half with three catches for 135 yards.
Army (1-1), which was coming off a five-turnover game against Louisiana-Monroe, turned it over only once — on its first possession in the second half.
Delaware State (0-2) lost its fourth straight dating to last season.
It was Army’s largest margin of victory in a shutout since beating Columbia 60-0 on Oct. 27, 1956.
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