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The year was 1982, and the Falcons were entering their third season in the Western Athletic Conference. Coach Ken Hatfield was in the process of changing Air Force's offensive mode from the passing approach of former coach Ben Martin to a wishbone
If the Air Force football program crashed any harder this year, it would have left a crater a mile deep. As it was, a season of 10 losses for the first time in the Falcons' 57 varsity seasons, and going without a victory in conference play for the
Air Force coach Troy Calhoun offered little insight Monday into what his plans might be to either shake up a struggling team or hold firm when the season concludes Saturday. "We always review our program each year," Calhoun said...All but one
Air Force coach Troy Calhoun doesn't need another gloomy statistic that points out how badly the Falcons have struggled on defense. He has already heard enough about opponents converting 60 percent of their third-down plays and the 381 points his 2-8
Anyone who watched Air Force senior Anthony LaCoste run up and down the field Saturday against Army at Falcon Stadium probably wondered where he had been the past three years. "We moved him to safety last year and he made an unselfish team move," Air
MDT Today's college football is a dramatic change from when Army was the talk of the nation with coach Earl Blaik and Heisman Trophy winners Doc Blanchard (1945), Glenn Davis (1946) and Pete Dawkins (1958). The Black Knights were crowned national
Blane Morgan walked off Air Force's practice fields Thursday for the first time this season, but he felt like he had been there before. The truth of the matter is he has, both as a player and an assistant coach. With the circumstances Air Force is
Air Force coach Troy Calhoun on Wednesday wasn't the only one in his family eager to get the football season started. Calhoun and the Falcons open preseason practice Thursday afternoon, but just a day ahead of his wife Amanda's own football project.
Troy Calhoun refused on Friday to name Kale Pearson as the front-runner to take over as starting quarterback. But then, the Air Force football coach didn't offer specifics on much of anything in his first public comments since the end of the season.
The Air Force football team nervously flew through a shortened final practice before its quick break, with thoughts on travel arrangements complicated by snow. The team hasn't had a break since July and players have a limited window of opportunity to