Toledo Rockets vs. Air Force Falcons: 5 Things We Learned from the Military Bowl

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Toledo Rockets vs. Air Force Falcons: 5 Things We Learned from the Military Bowl
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The Military Bowl has concluded, and Toledo has won the game by a score of 42-41, thus becoming your 2011 Military Bowl champions.

This game was great from start to finish, and the teams put on a show in the nation's capital for all of the veterans of past and present conflicts, as Toledo and Air Force combined for 83 points, Air Force out-gained Toledo 407-339 in total offense.

WR Bernard Reedy was the game's Most Valuable Player, as he led his team to the championship trophy, posting 126 yards on just four catches.  Toledo went up 21-7 and never looked back, and made their point as to why they belonged to be in D.C.

After a wild finish, it was the Toledo Rockets that won the hearts of everyone in the frigid RFK Stadium atmosphere.

Here are five things we learned in the nation's capital tonight.

Stephen Urbaniak is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Unless otherwise noted, all quotes were obtained first-hand.

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