Air Force Academy Falcons Football Tickets
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Air Force Academy Falcons Football Schedule
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The Mountain West Conference: Utah, TCU, BYU…and Air Force. For the last two years, the Air Force Falcons have finished 5-3 in conference play, and for the last two years these losses have come against Utah, TCU, and BYU. During this span, Utah, TCU, and BYU have established themselves as three of the most competitive non-BCS teams in the country, and last season the Falcons could have won two of those three games. What does all this mean? It means that the Falcons are close to becoming one of the top non-BCS teams themselves, despite the uncertainty about the future of the Mountain West. This year, coach Calhoun and his team will look for a way to get over that fourth-place hump and place themselves in the national spotlight. GoTickets.com has your Air Force football tickets for every game this season.
The Air Force Falcons roster certainly has the talent to grab a win versus one of these conference rivals, as their cornerback position has two of the best in the conference in Reggie Rembert and Anthony Wright, and as their safeties Jon Davis and Brian Lindsay make this a seriously tough unit to pass against. Defensive end Rick Ricketts and linebacker Andre Morris provide toughness in the front seven, and the Falcons have two running backs who can keep up the Air Force tradition of having one of the best rushing teams in the country. With senior Jared Tew and junior Asher Clark moving the chains, the Falcons will just need a solid passing game to develop as well, and this will be a potent offense. So order your Air Force Academy tickets now.
The Air Force Falcons schedule provides plenty of big tests along the way, and after a September 4th warmup at home against Northwestern State, the fire gets hot in a hurry. BYU comes to Falcon Stadium in the second game of the season, on September 11th, and the Falcons follow this battle with a trip to Norman to face the Oklahoma Sooners. With a win in either of these two games, Air Force will be on their way to another successful season. Home games against Navy (October 2nd) and Colorado State (October 9th) highlight the middle of the season, and the Falcons will look to send Utah away from the Mountain West with a bad taste in their mouths, and the Utes travel to the United States Air Force Academy on October 30th.
All it will take for Air Force to jump into the national spotlight this season will be one big win, and there are plenty of opportunities throughout the season for this team to make it happen. If you are looking for Air Force Falcons tickets, we have you taken care of. Get your Air Force football tickets now.