The Brigade took nearly five minutes off the clock on the opening possession of the second half before Hippeard found Collins in the endzone for the second time, giving Baltimore a 38-33 lead. A pair of touchdowns passes from Grady kickstarted a 21-0 Albany run, taking back the lead and going up 54-38 early in the fourth quarter. With just under 11 minutes left in the game, Hippeard recorded his third rushing touchdown of the season and first since Week 1, bringing the Brigade back within one possession, 54-46. Grady found wideout Joe Hills for his eighth touchdown pass of the night, the most touchdown passes by any AFL quarterback in a single game this season, to give Albany a 61-46 lead with 5:27 remaining. Baltimore tacked on another score – a 23-yard pass from Hippeard to wide receiver Milton Williams, cutting the lead to 61-53, but were unable to get a stop on the ensuing possession as Albany ran out the clock to seal the win.