Air Force Academy Falcon Football

Air Force Academy
Falcon Football
Athletic Communications / 2169 Field House Dr./USAF Academy, CO 80840 / (719) 333-2313 / goairforcefalcons.com
General Information
Location: ..........................Colorado Springs, CO
Enrollment:......................4,000
Founded: ..........................1954
Nickname: .......................Falcons
Colors (PMS): .................Blue (287), Silver (877)
Stadium: ...........................Falcon Stadium
Capacity:...........................46,692
Surface: .............................FieldTurf
Conference:......................Mountain West
Superintendent: ..............Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson
Athletic Director: ...........Dr. Hans Mueh
Athletic Phone: ...............719-333-4008
Ticket Manager:.............Connor Kruggel
Ticket Phone: .................719-472-1895
Website: ............................goairforcefalcons.com
Air Force Coaching Staff
Name, Position (year at Air Force)
Troy Calhoun, Head Coach (8th)
Jake Campbell, Asst. Off. Backfield (3rd)
Tim Cross, Defensive Line (1st)
Clay Hendrix, Assoc. HC/Offensive Line (8th)
Matt McGettigan, Strength/Conditioning (8th)
Ben Miller, RBs/Special Teams Coord. (8th)
Jake Moreland, Tight Ends (3rd)
Blane Morgan, Quarterbacks (12th)
Lt. Col. Steve Pipes, Asst. DL (3rd)
John Rudzinski, Secondary/Recruiting (5th)
Steve Russ, Asst. HC/Def. Coord/DBs (3rd)
Mike Thiessen, Offensive Coord./WRs (8th)
Ron Vanderlinden, Inside LBs (1st)
Matt Weikert, Outside LBs (8th)
Capt. Ross Weaver, Asst. OL (1st)
On the field: Calhoun, Campbell, Cross, Hendrix,
Miller, Morland, Russ, Thiessen, Vanderlinden.
In the press box: Rudzinski, Morgan, Weikert, Pipes,
Weaver.
Game Air Force (7-2, 3-2) vs. Nevada (6-3, 3-2)
10 Saturday, Nov. 15, Noon MT, Falcon Stadium (46,692), Colorado Springs, CO
BROADCAST INFORMATION
TELEVISION: ROOT/Mountain West Network
Ari Wolfe (play-by-play), Sed Bonner (analyst), Marc Stout (Sidelines)
RADIO: KVOR AM 740 in Colorado Springs, CO; The Fan 104.3 in Denver; goairforcefalcons.com
Jim Arthur (play-by-play), Jesse Kurtz (analyst)
THE BREAKDOWN
Category
Air Force
Overall Record: ................................7-2
Conference Record: .........................3-2
Streak:.................................................W 3
Rankings: ...........................................NR
Last Week: .........................................W 48-21 at UNLV
Next Week: ........................................at San Diego State (11/21)
Conference: .......................................Mountain West
Nickname: .........................................Falcons
Location: ............................................Colorado Springs, CO
Nevada
6-3
3-2
W3
NR
Open
vs. Fresno State (11/22)
Mountain West
Wolf Pack
Reno, NV
Head Coach:......................................Troy Calhoun
Alma Mater (Year): ...........................Air Force, 1989
Career Record: ..................................56-43 (8th year)
Record at School: .............................Same
Record vs. Opponent: .....................1-1
Brian Polian
(John Carroll, 1997)
10-11 (2 years)
Same
1-0
WHAT TO WATCH FOR........
• Air Force closes out the regular season with three teams that are currently in first place in the MW
• Nevada and San Diego State are tied for first in the West Division at 3-2, while Colorado State leads the
Mountain Division with a 5-1 mark.
• Air Force’s 542 total yards last week marks its best output against a conference opponent this season.
• Air Force is 2-0 this season and 17-10 under head coach Troy Calhoun in the month of November.
• Air Force 3-0 this season and 18-2 under Calhoun when scoring 40 or more points in a game.
• Air Force is 5-1 this season and 39-10 under Calhoun when leading at halftime.
• Air Force is 7-1 this season and 50-8 under Calhoun when leading after the third quarter.
• Air Force plays two of its last three games at home this season.
2014 Air Force Schedule
Day
Date
Time
Opponent (TV)
Result
Notes
Sat.
Aug. 30
Noon
Nicholls State (ESPN3)
W 44-16
Jacobi Owens runs for 233 yards; AFA has 539 yards rushing
Sat.
Sept. 6
8:15 p.m.
at Wyoming*(ESPNU)
L 13-17
Kale Pearson throws for career-high 226 yards
Sat.
Sept. 13
2 p.m.
at Georgia State (ESPN3)
W 48-38
Falcons roll up 539 total yards; 315 rushing and 224 passing
Sat.
Sept. 20
-OPEN
Sat.
Sept. 27
5 p.m.
Boise State* (CBSSN)
W 28-14
Western Steelhammer ties school record with three interceptions
Sat.
Oct. 4
1:30 p.m.
Navy (CBSSN)
W 30-21
Falcons throw for four TDs; Pearson has three, including clincher
Sat.
Oct. 11
8:15 p.m.
at Utah State*(ESPNU)
L 16-34
Kale Pearson returns from injury to throw for 169 yards
Sat.
Oct. 18
1:30 p.m.
New Mexico* (ROOT)
W 35-31
Fullbacks run for 136 yards, 3 TDs; team now 4-0 at home
Sat.
Oct. 25
-OPEN
Sat.
Nov. 1
TBA
at Army (CBS)
W 23-6
Air Force wins its record 19th Commander-in-Chief ’s Trophy
Sat.
Nov. 8
1 p.m.
at UNLV* (MWN#)
W 48-21
Air Force gains 542 total yards, including 386 rushing
Sat.
Nov. 15
Noon
Nevada* (ROOT)
Seires tied 1-1; Nevada won thriller, 45-42, last season
Fri.
Nov. 21
6:30 p.m.
at San Diego State* (CBSSN)
Air Force leads series 19-13; SDSU have won four straight
Fri.
Nov. 28
1:30 p.m.
Colorado State* (CBSSN)
Air Force leads series 31-20-1; have won eight of last 10
*-Mountain West game / Times are local to site / ESPN Net – ESPN Networks / # - MW Network (produced by Campus Insiders)
Media Information
SIMPLE GUIDELINES: Ease of access that prioritizes each cadet’s academics and rehabilitative treatment;
make sure freshman and sophomore cadets have ample chance during the first half of the semester to acclimate with their class schedules and military squadrons; and simple to follow cadets during and intercollegiate
athletics.
PRACTICES
Air Force Football Practices: The United States Air Force Academy prefers open football practices. Open
practices allow faculty, media and our service members a chance to be in the midst of drills led by our coaches
and performed by the cadets. In the bigger scope this access provides the opportunity to observe the training
of officer candidates during an Academy mission element. Open practice guidelines include refraining of
scouting for an opponent or reporting during practices to include injuries or tactics.
Cell Phone Use: Out of respect for those attending or participating in practices, while on the practice field
during workouts please silence cell phones. If you need to take or make a call, please exit the field before
doing so.
Video/Photography: Video and photography during practices can be done by those who are first cleared
through the Air Force Academy Media Relations staff. July 31-August 22 video and photos can be taken during pre-practice and periods 1-5 each day. Starting August 25, video and photographers cleared through the
Air Force Academy Media Relations staff may shoot film during pre-practice and periods 1-5 on Mondays and
Tuesdays.
Player and Coaches Availability: Open practices make it very easy to observe team members during athletic
activities at the Air Force Academy. Player interviews prioritize each cadet’s academic, military, squadron and
leadership obligations in addition to any needed physical rehabilitation/treatment. Because treatment time may
be necessary, players must physically complete the previous practice or game.
Juniors and Seniors: From July 31-August 12 (prior to the start of the fall semester), seniors and juniors
will be accessible on the field after all practices. Seniors will also be available before practice on Tuesday
August 5 and August 12. From August 13-22 up to eight juniors or seniors will be available following Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday practices. On Tuesdays up to eight seniors will be available before practice. Starting
August 25 eight junior or senior cadets will be accessible on Mondays on the field immediately after practice.
Tuesdays eight others will be available before practice from 1-1:45 pm.
Sophomores: Sophomores are available after games, after all practices from August 2-12, and every Tuesday
starting October 14 (after middle of semester) before practice from 1-1:45.
Freshmen: Freshmen are available after games and every Tuesday starting October 14th (after prog/middle
of semester) before practice from 1:15-1:45.
Coaches: All coaches are available immediately on the field after practice from July 31 through August 22 and
each Monday beginning August 25. Coach Calhoun will also be available before practice at 2 p.m. in the Air
Force Academy media room on Tuesdays during his weekly press conference.
Air Force Weekly Schedule
(Nevada Week)
Monday (11/10)
Practice, 3:45 to 5:15 p.m.
Up to eight players (juniors and seniors only) and
Coach Calhoun and assistants after practice.
(Media Room open until 5 p.m.)
Tuesday (11/11)
Players available 1-1:45 p.m.
Up to eight junior and senior players (different from
Monday’s group), as well as freshmen and sophomores
that played in the previous week’s game available from
1-1:45 p.m. in the media room. Requests must be coordinated one day in advance. (Media Room open until
5 p.m.)
Weekly Press Teleconference
Coach Calhoun available at 2 p.m.
Cadet Field House media room
Media can contact athletic communications office for
call-in number.
Practice, 3:45 to 5:15 p.m.
Wednesday (11/12)
Practice, 3:45 to 5:15 p.m.
No player or coach availability.
Thursday (11/13)
Practice, 3:45 to 5:30 p.m.
No player or coach availability
Friday (11/14)
No practice
No player or coach availability.
Saturday (11/15)
Air Force vs. Nevada
Saturday, Nov. 15, Noon MT
Falcon Stadium (46,692), Colorado Springs, CO
WEEKLY RADIO SHOW
Falcon Talk with Troy Calhoun presented by People’s Bank will air throughout the 2014 season from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. on KVOR AM 740 in Colorado Springs. The show is done live at Back East Grill in Monument,
Colo. and hosted by KVOR’s Jim Arthur. Show dates: Aug. 27, Sept. 3, Sept. 10, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, Oct. 8,
Oct. 15, Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 19, Nov. 26.
Post-Game
Players and coach Calhoun available for post-game
interviews following 10-minute cooling-off period in
the media room at the south end of the field. Air Force
players and coaches are NOT available as they are leaving the field.
AIR FORCE FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS
Highlights from each game, plus post-game interviews from head coach Troy Calhoun and select players will
be available on the Air Force FTP website. Instructions to download follow:
Sunday (11/16)
No practice
No player or coach availability.
ftp://ftp.dvidshub.net/
login: MEDIAREPS (Case Sensitive)
password: DVIDS (Case Sensitive)
Click on “Sports” Folder then enter the “USAFA Football” Sub-Folder
COLLEGEPRESSBOX.COM
Collegepressbox.com is the official media website for Mountain West Conference football. Access and download weekly game notes, photos, quotes, statistics, media guides and more for the conference and each of its
nine member schools throughout the season. Apply for a password by sending an e-mail to [email protected]
Media Contacts
Troy Garnhart, assoc. AD/communications
Office: ....... 719-333-9263
Cell:............ 719-359-7432
Email: ........ [email protected]
Dave Toller, asst. AD/media relations
Office: ....... 719-333-3478
Cell:............ 719-200-2802
Email: ........ [email protected]
Nick Arseniak, assistant director
Office: ...... 719-333-9251
Cell:............ 719-510-2684
Email: ........ [email protected]
Falcon Stadium Press Box Phone
719-333-1100
Air Force Football
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Game Center
Last Season vs. Nevada
THE SERIES: Air Force and Nevada are playing for just the third time, all as conference members. The
series is tied 1-1 with each team winning at home. The teams first played in 2012 in Falcon Stadium. Air Force
won the game, 48-31. Nevada defeated Air Force, 45-42, in Reno last season.
LAST SEASON VS. NEVADA: Nevada defeated Air Force, 45-42. The Wolf Pack overcame a 42-30 deficit
with 7:44 remaining to improve to 3-0 at home. Quarterback Cody Fajardo hit Aaron Bradley for a nine yard
touchdown with 5:56 remaining, then scored on a two-yard run with 1:45 remaining to cap the comeback for
the Wolf Pack. Air Force’s last chance ended with a Charles Garrett interception in the final seconds. Fajardo
rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns and hit 38-of-54 passes for 389 yards and three touchdowns to lead
Nevada. Kendall Brock added 84 yards on 20 carries while Brandon Wimberly had 15 catches for 134 yards
and a score. Bradley added 11 catches for 135 yards. Air Force was led by sophomore quarterback Karson
Roberts, who rushed for a career-high 161 yards and two touchdowns in his first-career start. He also hit fiveof-10 passes for 55 yards and a score. Broam Hart added 88 yards rushing and a score. Nevada finished with
599 yards of total offense on 100 plays while Air Force had 453 total yards, including 375 rushing. The Falcons
led most of the game and extended the lead 42-30 on a Roberts to Sam Gagliano 23-yard touchdown pass with
7:44 left. Jon Lee, Antony LaCoste and Hart all scored rushing touchdowns in the first half to give the Falcons
a 21-17 halftime lead. Roberts scored a pair of third quarter touchdowns to help Air Force build its lead before
hitting Gagliano for the touchdown in the fourth to give the team its biggest lead of the game.
LAST TIME AT AFA: Air Force defeated Nevada, 48-31, on Friday night in Falcon Stadium for its third
consecutive win. Connor Dietz ran for 68 yards and a touchdown and hit six-of-seven passes for 139 yards and
matched his career high with two touchdowns. Wes Cobb added a career-high 152 yards and a touchdown on
a career-best 30 carries while Jon Lee chipped in with a then-career-high 96 yards on 10 carries. Ty MacArthur
added 76 yards on seven carries. The Falcons rolled up 600 total yards on 89 plays and enjoyed a 9:14 advantage in time of possession. The Falcons held the ball for 12:46 of the fourth quarter alone. The defense, which
had a season-high three quarterback sacks and nine tackles for loss, held Nevada to 380 total yards on 67 plays.
Christian Spears led the way with nine tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss. Parker Herrington opened the scoring
with a career-long 45 yard field goal on Air Force’s opening drive. Following a Nevada touchdown, Mike DeWitt scored on an eight-yard run to give Air Force the lead for good. The Falcons, who led 31-21 at halftime,
took a 45-31 lead with 9:33 remaining in the third quarter on a Dietz one-yard touchdown run. Herrington hit
his second field goal of the game to make up the final margin.
AIR FORCE AT HOME: Air Force is 34-14 in Falcon Stadium under head coach Troy Calhoun, including a
4-0 mark in 2014. Air Force finished 5-1 at home in 2012 which ties as the fourth best mark in school history
and the third time under Calhoun the team has accomplished it. The Falcons posted just the third undefeated
home mark (6-0) in school history in 2007. Air Force combined for 10 wins at home in 2009 and 2010 which
is the third most in two seasons in school history.
Year
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Total
Rec.
4-0
2-5
5-1
4-3
5-1
5-1
3-3
6-0
34-14
Notes
First Mountain Div. team to beat Boise State; sixth time in eight years with four-plus wins
One of just two non-winning seasons at home
Ties as the fourth-best mark in school history
One loss at the hands of a nationally-ranked team
Combined with 2009, 10 wins in two seasons is third-best in school history
Ties as the fourth-best mark in school history
Two of three losses to top 25-ranked teams
Just the third undefeated home record in school history
Statistical Comparisons
Category
Points/Gm
First downs (R-P-Pen)
Rushing (#-Yds)
Rushing avg.
Passing (C-A-I)
Passing yards
Pssing avg.
Total off. (#-Yds)
Avg. Yd.s/play
Total off. Avg.
Punting (#-Avg)
Fumbles-lost
Penalties-yds
3rd downs
Possession time
Air Force Football
9 Games
Air Force
285/31.7
201 (136-55-10)
563-2,542
282.4
83-139-3
1,363
151.4
702-3,905
5.6
433.9
41-43.0
14-8
34-336
48% (71-149)
32:36
Opponent
198/22.0
158 (60-87-11)
314-1,179
131.0
156-283-7
2,105
233.9
597-3,284
5.5
364.9
49-39.7
9-7
39-370
34% (44-131)
27:24
9 Games
Nevada
269/29.9
200 (93-95-12)
397-1,728
192.0
184-303-8
1,923
213.7
700-3,651
5.2
405.7
47-43.4
3-1
50-422
44% (66-151)
32:31
Opponent
226/25.1
208 (68-129-11)
294-1,366
151.8
247-369-9
2,637
293.0
663-4,003
6.0
444.8
43-40.2
15-11
49-477
43% (57-134)
27:33
Nevada 45, Air Force 42
Sept. 28, Mackay Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
Nevada
7
7
14
10
14
7
7
21
Final
42
45
Scoring
NEV: Wimberly 5 pass Fajardo (Zuzo kick), 1/4:34
AF: Lee 6 run (Conant kick), 1/2:11
AF: LaCoste 8 run (Conant kick), 2/14:54
NEV: Zuzo 26 FG, 2/9:30
AF: Hart 1 run (Conant kick), 2/7:55
NEV: Turner 18 pass Fajardo (Zuzo kick), 2/2:00
AF: Roberts 9 run (Conant kick), 3/9:39
NEV: Fajardo 19 run (Zuzo kick), 3/6:28
AF: Roberts 11 run (Conant kick), 3/1:41
NEV: Jackson 9 run (pass failed), 4/12:41
AF: Gagliano 23 pass Roberts (Conant kick), 4/7:44
NEV: Bradley 9 pass Fajardo (Zuzo kick), 4/5:56
NEV: Fajardo 2 run (Jackson rush), 4/1:45
Team Statistics
NEV
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing Att-Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penalties
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Interceptions
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
Attendance: 24,545
35 (15-20)
44-210
4
214
389
38-56-1
599
6.0
2-0
5-40
1-43.0
1-19
4-46
1-6
0-0
32:03
12-18
2-3
1-5
18 (14-3-1)
51-375
11
386
78
6-11-1
453
7.3
1-0
4-20
3-39.7
0-0
3-70
1-21
0-0
27:57
7-12
1-1
0-0
Individual Statistics
Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): AF - Roberts 23-161-2; Hart
13-88-1; Gagliano 4-77-0; Lee 7-34-1; LaCoste 2-9-1;
Huntsman 1-8-0; Team 1-(-2)-0.
NEV - Brock 20-84-0; Fajardo 11-81-2; Jackson 3-251; Solomon 8-19-0; Henderson 1-2-0; Team 1-(-1)-0.
Passing (Comp-Att-I-Yds-TD): AF - Roberts 5-101-55-1; Gagliano 1-1-0-23-0. NEV - Fajardo 38-54-0389-3; Tenpenny 0-1-0-0-0; Stewart 0-1-1-0-0.
Receiving (Att-Yds-TD): AF - Gagliano 2-26-1;
Ludowig 2-15-0; Robinette 1-23-0; Griffin 1-4-0.
NEV - Wimberly 15-134-1; Bradley 11-135-1; Turner
6-44-1; Arendse 3-40-0; Henderson 1-20-0; Solomon
1-9-0; Brock 1-7-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - McHenry 8-3-11;
Nichol 6-5-11; Walker 8-2-10; George 4-6-10; Batts
6-2-8; Spears 2-6-8; Barnes, R. 5-2-7; Proctor 4-2-6;
DeCoud 5-0-5; Watson 2-1-3; Fitzgerald 2-1-3; Hansen
2-0-2; Huntsman 1-1-2; Timmerman 1-0-1; Luebbe
1-0-1; Harris 1-0-1; Byrd 1-0-1; Griffin 1-0-1; Cannon
1-0-1; Baker 0-1-1. NEV - Lyons 8-3-11; McNeal 5-16; Hekking 2-4-6; Garrett 4-1-5; Keeton 2-3-5; Yates
1-4-5; Bertrando 0-5-5, Lane 3-1-4; Jones 1-3-4.
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MORE ABOUT THIS SEASON AT HOME: Not only is Air Force 3-0 at home this season, but the
Falcons have some significant wins. The Falcons became the first team from the Mountain Division of the
conference to beat Boise State since the Broncos joined the conference. In addition, the Falcons defeated
service-academy rival Navy at home for the first time since 2010 and only the second time since 2002. The Falcons have are averaging 34.3 points per game at home while allowing just 20.5. Air Force never trailed at any
point during the first three home games and has only trailed for 9:57 total. In addition, the Falcons have held
the lead for more than 50 minutes in two games.
Air Force at home in 2014
Team
Trailed Tied
Nicholls
0:00
7:58
Boise State
0:00
7:26
Navy
0:00
24:07
New Mexico
9:57
27:04
Led
52:02
52:34
35:53
22:59
AIR FORCE LAST WEEK: Air Force defeated UNLV, 48-21, Saturday afternoon in Las Vegas, Nev. The
Falcons rolled up a 21-point second quarter to take control of the game. Kale Pearson and Jacobi Owens
scored one one-yard touchdown runs and Pearson and Jalen Robinette connected on a 59-yard touchdown
pass in the quarter to give the Falcons a 31-14 halftime lead. Fullbacks Shayne Davern and D.J. Johnson added
third-quarter touchdown runs and Will Conant hit his second field goal of the game to help Air Force win its
third straight game and sixth in the last seven games. Air Force had 542 total yards, its best in a conference
game this season. The Falcons rushed for 386 yards and passed for 156. Owens rushed for 135 yards and a
touchdown on 18 carries in a return to his home state. Pearson added 67 yards rushing and a touchdown and
hit five of six passes for 115 yards and a score. He also caught a 41-yard pass from receiver Colton Huntsman. The defense held UNLV to 339 total yards, including just 33 rushing. Jordan Pierce led the way with 11
tackles, a sack and two tackles for loss. Alex Hansen added six tackles, a sack and a pair of tackles for loss. The
Falcons had five sacks and eight tackles for loss on day.
Team Notes
• Air Force uses game captains. The captains for the UNLV game were seniors Michael Husar, Jr. (OL),
Christian Spears (DB) and Kale Pearson (QB).
• Air Force’s 27-point victory margin is its largest in a conference game this season and largest since beating
UNLV, 45-17 (28) in 2011. The 27-point margin is the largest in a conference road game winning 42-0 at
New Mexico in 2011.
• Air Force’s 48 points are the most in a conference game since scoring 48 vs. Nevada in 2012. The 48 points
are the most in a conference road game since scoring 49 at UNLV on Nov. 16, 2002 in a 49-32 win.
• Air Force led at the half, 31-14, to mark the seventh time this season the team’s had the halftime lead.
• Air Force improves to 7-2 overall. The Falcons have improved its win total by five over last year after
finishing 2-10. Air Force has won three games in a row and six of the last seven overall. It is Air Force’s first
three-game winning streak since 2012.
• Air Force is 7-2 for just the second time since 1998 and for the first time since 2002.
• Air Force snapped a two-game losing streak to UNLV and won its first road conference game since Oct. 13,
2012, when it defeated Wyoming 28-27 in Laramie, Wyo.
• Air Force extended its school-record consecutive games scoring streak to 267 games dating back to a 13-0
loss to Mississippi in the 1992 Liberty Bowl. The streak is the third longest active streak in the nation and the
ninth longest in NCAA history.
• Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun improves to 56-43 overall and 32-28 in Mountain West games. Calhoun
improves to 6-2 all-time vs. UNLV. Air Force how now reached seven wins for the sixth time in eight years
under Calhoun.
• Air Force improves to 5-0 this season and 36-13 under head coach Troy Calhoun with the team has a 100yard rusher. Jacobi Owens has hit the 100-yard mark five times this season and was joined by Kale Pearson
in the Boise State game.
Individual Notes
• Senior QB Kale Pearson threw a 59-yard touchdown pass to sophomore WR Jalen Robinette, a career-long
TD pass and reception for Pearson and Robinette. Pearson also hauled in his first-career catch, good for
41 yards. Pearson also passed for 115 yards, his sixth game overall and fourth consecutive throwing over 100
yards.
• Senior SPC Will Conant connected on two field goals (39 and 33 yards) to improve to 15-of-16 on field goal
attempts this season. Conant has hit 14 straight field goals and has improved his school-record career field
goal percentage to .897, making 26-of-29.
• Senior LB Jordan Pierce recorded a tackle-for-loss in his eighth consecutive game. Pierce finished with 11
tackles, recording his sixth game with 10-plus tackles this season.
• Senior WR Jon Lee made his first start of the season. Lee also had a career-long 44-yard kickoff return.
• Senior WR Colton Huntsman had a career-long 53-yard run. Huntsman also completed a 41-yard pass.
• Sophomore RB Jacobi Owens rushed for 135 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries to record his fifth 100yard rushing game of the season. Air Force is 5-0 when Owens rushes for 100 or more yards. Owens has
988 yards on the season and needs just 12 yards to hit the 1,000-yard mark. Owens would be just the third
sophomore in Air Force history to rush for 1,000 yards. The only sophomores to do it are Dee Dowis, who
rushed for 1,315 in 1987, and Pat Evans, who had 1,015 in 1984.
• Junior DL Alex Hansen recorded a sack and two tackles for loss to mark the seventh straight game he’s had
at least one tackle for loss.
• Sophomore DL David Harris had a career-high 1.5 tackles for loss.
Air Force Football
Mountain West Conference
Mountain Division
Team
Colorado State
Boise State
Utah State
Air Force
Wyoming
New Mexico
MW
5-1
4-1
4-1
3-2
2-4
1-4
All Games
9-1
7-2
7-3
7-2
4-6
3-6
West Division
Team
Nevada
San Diego State
Fresno State
San Jose State
Hawai’i
UNLV
MW
3-2
3-2
3-3
2-3
1-4
1-5
All Games
6-3
5-4
4-6
3-6
2-8
2-8
THIS WEEK’S GAMES
Saturday, November 15
Nevada at Air Force, ROOT SPORTS/MWN, Noon MT
New Mexico at Utah State, ESPNews, 2 p.m. MT
Hawai‘i at San José St., Oceanic TWC/MWN, 1:30 p.m. PT
UNLV at BYU, ESPNU, 5 p.m. MT
San Diego State at Boise State, ESPNU, 8:15 p.m. MT
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
Utah State 20, Wyoming 3
Air Force 48, UNLV 21
San Diego State 35, Idaho 21
Boise State 40, New Mexico 49
Colorado State 49, Hawai’i 22
Fresno State 38, San Jose State 24
MW COMMUNICATIONS STAFF
Football Contacts
Javan Hedlund, associate commissioner
(Primary football contact)
Office: ..............719-488-4051
Cell:...................719-648-4027
Email: [email protected]
Katie Cavender, assistant commissioner
(Secondary football contact)
Office: ..............719-488-4059
Cell:...................775-750-2800
Email: [email protected]
Kim Melcher, assistant commissioner
Office: ..............719-488-4050
Cell:...................719-433-0681
Email: [email protected]
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Air Force Team Notes
Air Force statistical rankings
AIR FORCE TOPS SERVICES ACADEMIES/CONFERENCE IN GSR: Air Force has a graduation
success rate of 93, according to the latest data from the NCAA. The Falcons have the highest GSR in the
Mountain West and among the three service academies. Essentially, that translates to over 90 percent of the recruited varsity athletes that entered the Academy during the four year period of 2004-07 (i.e., Classes of 2008,
2009, 2010, and 2011) either graduated from the Academy or left academically eligible.
2014 GSR Ratings
Mountain West
# School
1. Air Force
2. Utah State
3. Boise State
4. Colorado State
5. Nevada
GSR
93
86
85
78
73
Service Academies
# School
GSR
1. Air Force
93
2. Army
88
3. Navy
80
OFFENSIVE NOTES
• Air Force is second in the MW and eighth in the nation in rushing with a 282.4 average.
• Air Force has led the time of possession battle in eight games this season and has a 32:36 mark on the
season which leads the MW and ranks 13th nationally.
• The Falcons have scored in 32 of 36 quarters this season.
• Air Force is first in the MW and tied for 12th nationally in sacks allowed with nine.
• Air Force is third in the conference and 51st nationally in scoring at 31.7 points per game.
• The Falcons are third in the conference and 47th nationally in total offense with a 433.9 average.
• Air Force scored 35 unanswered points from the second quarter until the final minutes vs. Nicholls.
• The Falcons averaged 7.4 yards per carry in the season opener.
• Air Force’s 539 rushing yards vs. Nicholls is the 10th most in school history and most since getting 595 vs.
Tennessee State in 2011 ... the 539 yards were the best in the nation in week one.
• Air Force had 539 total yards at Georgia State, 315 rushing and 224 passing.
• Air Force had 364 total yards vs. Navy, a balanced attack of 198 yards rushing and 166 yards passing.
• Air Force threw for four touchdowns vs. Navy, the most since throwing for four vs. UNLV in 2006.
• Air Force held the ball for 35:59 and ran 23 more plays at Army.
• Air Force had 542 total yards at UNLV, its most in a conference game this season.
• Air Force’s 48 points at UNLV are its most in a conference road game since 2002 (49 at UNLV).
DEFENSIVE NOTES
• The Falcons rank third in the MW and 29th nationally in scoring defense with a 22.0 average.
• The Falcons have held six opponents to 21 points or less (Nicholls, 16; Wyoming, 17; Boise State, 14;
Navy, 21; Army, 6; UNLV 21).
• Air Force is second in the MW and 30th nationally in rushing defense with an average of 131.0.
• Air Force is second in the MW and 14th nationally in sacks with 28 ... The Falcons had just 14 sacks all
of last season.
• Air Force had five sacks and eight tackles for loss at UNLV while holding the Rebels to just 33 yards rushing.
• Air Force held Army to just 169 total yards, including 122 rushing ... The Black Knights entered the game
ranked fourth nationally in rushing with a 319.4 per-game average.
• The Falcons recorded a season-high six three-and-out possessions against Army and held the Black Knights
to a 1-12 performance on third-down conversions.
• Air Force held Army without a touchdown, its first game holding a service academy without a touchdown on
the road since 1994 at Army, 10-6.
• Air Force had eight tackles for loss, including four quarterback sacks vs. Army, totally 34 yards.
• Air Force held Navy to just 251 yards rushing, including just 63 in the second half ... The Mids entered the
game second nationally in rushing with a 358.4 average.
• Air Force forced a then-season-high four three-and-out possession vs. Navy, including three in the second
half when the Mids were held to 135 total yards.
• Air Force held Boise State scoreless in the first half, marking the first time its held a conference opponent
scoreless in the first half since leading New Mexico, 35-0, Oct. 29, 2011.
• Air Force forced seven turnovers vs. Boise State (5 INTs, 2 fumbles) which is the most since forcing seven
vs. Wyoming on Sept. 19, 1992.
• Air Force had five interceptions vs. Boise State which is the most since getting six vs. Houston Dec. 31, 2009
in the Armed Forces Bowl.
• Air Force forced seven punts and one three-and-out vs. Nicholls and eight punts and three three-and-outs at
Wyoming.
• Air Force held Wyoming to just seven first-half points, the lowest in a half vs. a MW opponent since holding
Hawai’i scoreless in the second half in 2012.
• Air Force allowed just 263 total yards vs. Nicholls, the fewest since allowing 162 vs. Hawai’i in 2012.
• The Falcons allowed just 63 yards rushing vs. Nicholls, the fewest since Hawai’i had 37 in 2012.
• Air Force recorded its first safety since 2008 when Weston Steelhammer had a sack in the end zone vs.
Nicholls.
TEAM
Category
Scoring Offense
Scoring Defense
Passing Offense
Passing Defense
Kickoff Returns
Rushing Offense
Rushing Defense
Total Offense
Total Defense
Punt Returns
Net Punting
Turnover Margin
Passing Efficiency
Passing Eff. Def.
First Downs
Opp. First Downs
Sacks For
Sacks Against
Third Down %
Third Down Def.
Penalties
Field Goal %
PAT Kicking
Fourth Downs %
Time of Possession
Kickoff Coverage
Red Zone offense
Red Zone defense
Stats
31.7
22.0
151.4
233.9
19.8
282.4
131.0
433.9
364.9
5.4
37.8
.33
163.9
125.5
201
158
28
9
47.7
33.6
37.3
88.2
1.000
66.7
32:36
40.8
86.7
81.5
MWC
3rd
3rd
11th
7th
6th
2nd
2nd
3rd
4th
11th
4th
4th
2nd
6th
6th
1st
2nd
T1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
3rd
1st
5th
2nd
3rd
NCAA
51st
29th
116th
75th
82nd
8th
30th
47th
43rd
101st
56th
T41st
5th
61st
T56th
17th
T14th
T12th
18th
20th
12th
--T17th
13th
-T41st
48th
INDIVIDUAL
Player
Jacobi Owens
Rushing
All-Purpose
Stats
MWC NCAA
109.8
110.1
3rd
7th
17th
--
Kale Pearson
Passing
Total Offense
134.8
187.9
10th
9th
---
Jalen Robinette
Receiving
67.3
5th
--
Weston Steelhammer
Interceptions
.33
Fumble Rec.
.22
5th
T4th
-T23rd
Jordan Pierce
Interceptions
Tackles
Sacks
Tackles for Loss
.22
9.0
.56
1.56
T9th
5th
6th
1st
-T44th
-T8th
Troy Timmerman
Fumble Rec.
.22
T4th
T23rd
Jon Lee
Kickoff Returns
23.4
3rd
--
Will Conant
Punting
Scoring
Kicker Scoring
Field Goals
Field Goal Pct.
PAT Kicking
43.0
8.4
8.4
1.67
93.8
1.000
3rd
5th
2nd
2st
1st
T1st
36th
T36th
-T12th
5th
--
SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES
• The Falcons are fourth in the MW and 56th nationally in net punting with a 37.8 mark.
• Air Force punted just twice vs. Nicholls State, including a 54 yard punt that was downed inside the 20.
• Air Force is tied for first in the conference in PAT percentage at 1.000, hitting all 32 attempts.
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AIR FORCE BACK IN TOP 10 IN RUSHING: Air Force is second in the conference and eighth nationally in rushing with a 282.4 per-game average. Air Force is back in the top 10 nationally for the first time since
week five. The Falcons rushed for a nation’s-best 539 yards against Nicholls in the season opener. Air Force
was the only team to top the 500-yard mark in week one.
Air Force has consistently been one of the top rushing teams in the country since the 1980s. Air Force has
had 41 players top the 1,000-yard mark for their careers. Air Force’s 41 career 1,000-yard rushers ranks tied
for 18th all-time in FBS history. Oklahoma leads the way with 70, followed by Ohio State with 66 and USC
with 62. Army is the only other service academy in the top 20, ranking sixth with 53. The Falcons are the only
Mountain West team in the top 20.
THE TURNOVER STORY: One of the reasons for Air Force’s turnaround this season is turnovers. The
Falcons forced just nine turnovers last season (4 interceptions, 5 fumbles) and have already topped that mark
in 2014 with 14 turnovers (7 interceptions, 7 fumbles). The team has forced 13 turnovers the last six games
despite not forcing on at UNLV for the first time in six games.
The Falcons forced a season-high seven turnovers against Boise State with five interceptions and two fumbles.
The seven turnovers is the most since getting seven (6 ints, 1 fumble) vs. Wyoming Sept. 19, 1992. The five
interceptions are the most by an Air Force team since getting six vs. Houston Dec. 31, 2009 in the Armed
Forces Bowl. Air Force has forced a turnover in five straight games. The Falcons are fourth in the Mountain
West and 41st in the nation in turnover margin with a .33 per-game average.
AIR FORCE DEFENSE MOST IMPROVED IN NATION FOR SCORING: Air Force is the most
improved team in the nation in scoring defense. The Falcons have improved by 18.0 points per game this season under first-year defensive coordinator Steve Russ and the staff. Air Force is allowing 22.0 points per game
this season after allowing 40.0 in 2013.
DEFENSE MUCH BETTER THIS SEASON: The Air Force defense has improved significantly from
last season. The Falcons have held six opponents to 21 points or less this season. The Falcons have improved
in all four major categories. Air Force has improved by 18.0 points per game and 87 positions in the rankings
in scoring defense. A complete breakdown follows.
Air Force defensive averages/national rankings
Category 2014/Rank
2013/Rank
Difference
Scoring 22.0/29th
40.0/116th
18.0/87 spots
Rushing 131.0/30th
250.6/119th
119.6/89 spots
Pass Eff. 125.5/61st
170.7/80th
45.2/19 spots
Total
364.9/43rd
490.2/114th
125.3/71 spots
AIR FORCE HAS THIRD LONGEST ACTIVE SCORING STREAK
• Air Force has scored in a school record 267 consecutive games.
• The streak is the third longest active streak in the nation and ninth longest in Division I-A history.
• The Falcons were last shutout by Mississippi, 13-0, in the 1992 Liberty Bowl.
Longest Active NCAA Scoring Streaks
# School
Streak
Last Shutout
1. Florida
330
Oct. 29, 1988 vs. Auburn (0-16)
3. TCU
276
Nov. 16, 1991 at Texas (0-32)
4. Air Force (MW)
267
Dec. 31, 1992 vs. Mississippi (0-13), Liberty Bowl
All-Time NCAA Scoring Streaks
# School
Streak
1. Michigan
364
2. Brigham Young
361
3. Florida
330
4. Texas
281
5. Washington State
280
6. Washington
272
7. Oregon
267
8. TCU
276
9. Air Force
266
Dates
10/27/1984 - 9/6/14
9/27/1975 - 11/15/2003
11/05/1988 - present
11/29/1980 - 10/02/2004
10/22/1984 - 10/18/2008
11/14/1981 - 10/16/2004
10/05/1985 – 11/15/2007
11/23/1991 - present
8/04/1993 - present
Ended By
Notre Dame
Utah
………………
Oklahoma
USC
USC
UCLA
………………
.......................
CALHOUN ONE OF 13 AT ALMA MATER: Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun is one of 13 FBS
coaches leading his alma mater. A 1989 Academy graduate, Calhoun enters his eighth year leading the Falcons
in 2014. The complete list follows: Troy Calhoun (Air Force); Bryan Harsin (Boise State); Ruffin McNeill
(East Carolina); Paul Haynes (Kent State); Don Treadwell (Miami, Ohio); Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern); Mike
Gundy (Oklahoma State); David Shaw (Stanford); Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech); Bill Blankenship (Tulsa);
Matt Wells (Utah State); Sean Kugler (UTEP); Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech).
BLOCKED KICKS
• Air Force has blocked three kicks this season.
• Alex Hensen blocked a PAT vs. Nicholls, his third career blocked PAT (two last year).
• Jordan Pierce blocked a FG vs. Boise State for the first block of his career.
• Jacob Onyechi blocked a punt vs. Utah State for the first block of his career ... the blocked punt is the first
by Air Force since 2010 vs. Colorado State.
• Air Force has blocked 26 kicks since 2007 under head coach Troy Calhoun.
Air Force Football
Air Force’s record.....
Month
August
September
October
November
December
2014
1-0
2-1
2-1
2-0
0-0
Calhoun
3-0
17-13
17-16
17-10
2-4
Air Force’s Conference Record
at home
2-0
on the road
1-2
neutral
0-0
19-11
13-17
0-0
Air Force’s Non-Conference Record
at home
2-0
on the road
2-0
neutral
0-0
15-3
6-9
3-4
Air Force’s record in games....
decided by 7 points or less
decided by 3 points or less
Away during the day
Away at night
Home during the day
Home at night
1-1
0-0
3-0
0-2
3-0
1-0
7-13
5-6
13-17
7-10
25-8
9-6
Air Force’s record when scoring...
less than 20 points
0-2
20-29 points
2-0
30-39 points
2-0
40-49 points
3-0
50+ points
0-0
5-17
13-20
16-5
18-2
4-0
Air Force’s record when allowing...
less than 20 points
3-1
20-29 points
2-0
30-39 points
2-1
40-49 points
0-0
50+ points
0-0
31-2
21-11
4-15
0-11
0-4
Air Force’s record when...
leading at halftime
trailing at halftime
tied at halftime
5-1
0-1
2-0
39-10
7-27
10-6
leading after 3rd quarter
trailing after 3rd quarter
when tied after 3rd quarter
7-1
0-1
0-0
50-8
6-32
0-3
when scoring first
when opponent scores first
4-1
3-1
34-10
21-33
when out-rushing opponent
when opponent out-rushes
5-2
2-0
48-28
9-15
with more total yards
when opponent has more
4-1
3-1
42-14
15-27
with a 100-yard rusher
5-0
35-13
Air Force’s record in...
Thursday night games
Friday night games
Saturday games
Bowl games
Overtime games
0-0
0-0
7-2
0-0
0-0
4-3
2-2
48-35
2-3
2-3
Nationally-televised games
Regionally-televised games
Games without television
4-2
0-0
3-0
39-41
8-2
9-0
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• Air Force has blocked 124 kicks since 1990 when the program began tracking them.
o The breakdown: 54 punts, 38 field goals and 32 PATs.
• Air Force set a school record with 11 blocks in 1997 (7 punts, 3 FGs, 1 punt).
• Single season records for each category: Punts (7, 1997), FGs (3, 6 times, 2009), PATs (5, 2006).
Blocked kicks since 2007
Year Total FG PAT Punt
2014
3
1 1
1
2013
6
2 4
0
2012
1
0 1
0
2011
5
2 3
0
2010
4
1 1
2
2009
4
3 1
0
2008
1
0 1
0
2007
2
2 0
0
Total 26
11 12 3
• Air Force has won 28 conference rushing titles since
joining conference play in 1980.
• In 2002, the Falcons won the school’s first national
rushing title with a 307.8 per-game average.
PENALTY NOTES: Air Force leads the conference in fewest penalties. Air Force leads the conference and
is fourth nationally with just 3.78 penalties per game. The Falcons are first in the conference and 12th nationally with just 37.33 penalty yards per game.
COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF’S TROPHY: Air Force defeated Army, 23-6, at West Point Nov. 1 to win its
record 19th Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. The title is the first since 2011 and third in the last five years. Air
Force opened CIC action with a 30-21 win over Navy in Falcon Stadium Oct. 4. The Air Force seniors will
make a trip to the White House this spring for a trophy presentation ceremony.
The 2014 season marks the 43rd year of trophy competition. The trophy goes annually to the winning academy
with the best record in round-robin competition. The Falcons have a series-best 56-30 overall record and 19
titles.
Record
56-30-0
45-39-1
26-58-1
• Air Force is second in the Mountain West and eighth
in the nation in rushing with a 282.4 average.
• Air Force ranked second in the Mountain West and
13th nationally in rushing last season with a 262.7
per-game average.
AIR FORCE TIME OF POSSESSION GROWING: Air Force leads the conference in time of possession with a 32:36 mark, which is its highest ranking and best mark of the season. Air Force has held the TOP
edge in eight of nine games this season. Air Force had had its best two games of the season the last two weeks,
holding the ball for a season-best 37:03 at UNLV and 35:59 at Army.
Team
Air Force
Navy
Army
Air Force rushing numbers
Titles
19
14
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Air Force outright CIC title years:
‘82, ‘83, ‘85, ‘87, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘10, ‘11, ‘14
AIR FORCE VS. NON-CONFERENCE FOES UNDER CALHOUN: Air Force is 4-0 this season in
non-conference games. The Falcons opened the season with a 44-16 win over Nicholls in Falcon Stadium. Air
Force snapped a nine-game road losing streak with a 48-38 win at Georgia State. The Falcons beat Navy 30-21
in Falcon Stadium Oct. 4 and won at Army, 23-6, on Nov. 1. Air Force is 24-16 against non-conference foes
under head coach Troy Calhoun. The Falcons are 15-3 at home, 6-9 on the road and 3-4 in neutral site games.
AIR FORCE FOLLOWING AN OPEN WEEK: Open weeks are rare for Air Force since head coach
Troy Calhoun took over in 2007. This season is just the second with a pair of open weeks. Air Force has
played three seasons (2007, 2009, 2010) without open weeks. Air Force is 3-4 following an open week under
Calhoun, including a 1-2 mark in conference games. The Falcons completed this season 2-0 following an open
week. Air Force defeated Boise State, 28-14, Sept. 27 in Falcon Stadium and won at Army, 23-6, Nov. 1. The
Boise State win snapped a three-game losing streak.
Air Force following an open week under Troy Calhoun
Year
Date
Opponent
Result
2014
Nov. 1
at Army
W 23-6
Sept. 27
Boise State*
W 28-14
2013
Nov. 21
UNLV*
L 21-41
Oct. 26
Notre Dame
L 10-45
2012
Sept. 22
at UNLV*
L 35-38
2011
Sept. 24
Tennessee Tech
W 63-24
2008
Oct. 4
Navy
L 27-33
* - Mountain West game
Year
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Stats
170.7
185.1
301.7
246.5
326.5
293.2
232.6
386.3
377.5
356.0
267.5
338.1
242.4
284.9
304.8
332.4
328.9
332.7
266.8
285.5
294.9
273.2
307.8
280.6
277.4
246.5
229.4
299.5
266.9
283.5
306.5
314.8
316.2
262.7
282.4
Conf.
5th
4th
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
National
79th
53rd
4th
2nd
2nd
6th
15th
2nd
2nd
3rd
7th
2nd
7th
4th
2nd
2nd
2nd
9th
3rd
2nd
2nd
3rd
1st
4th
4th
8th
3rd
2nd
6th
3rd
2nd
3rd
2nd
13th
8th
WEEK-BY-WEEK NATIONAL RANK
#
MW/Nat’l
# MW/Nat’l
1.
1/1 (539)
9. 2/11 (273.4)
2.
1/6 (345.0)
10. 2/11 (269.5)
3.
1/5 (335.0)
11. 2/8 (282.4)
4.
2/4 (335.0)
5.
2/5 (323.0)
6.
2/10 (298.0)
7.
2/12 (274.2)
8.
2/10 (273.4)
CALHOUN TOP 25 VOTER: Head Coach Troy Calhoun is a voter in the Amway Coaches Poll. This season marks his third as a voter. The previous two years his vote was posted online weekly by USA Today.
AIR FORCE A NATIONAL SCHOOL: The Air Force varsity roster is made up of players from 22 different states which ties as the sixth most among FBS schools. Army has the most with 36 while Navy is second
with 26. Nebraska is third with 25, followed by Alabama and Syracuse with 24 and Kansas with 23.
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FALCONS IN THE NFL: Ben Garland, a 2010 Academy graduate, is a member of the Denver Broncos 53man roster as an offensive guard. Garland was a four-year lettermen at Air Force as a nose guard.
Joe Lombardi, a 1994 graduate of the Academy, is the offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions. Lombardi
was a three-year letterman for the Falcons and was with the New Orleans Saints 2010 Super Bowl championship team prior to going to Detroit.
CALHOUN ERA INSIDE THE NUMBERS
Category
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Scoring
29.9 26.8 29.7
30.8 34.9
Def. Avg.
21.1 22.2 15.7
21.1 28.4
Rushing
299.5 266.9 283.5 306.5 314.8
Def. Avg.
136.5 141.5 134.0 201.5 219.7
Passing
119.8 82.2 88.4
119.3 140.1
Def. Avg.
232.2 199.9 154.3 147.8 166.8
Total Off. 419.4 349.1 371.8 425.8 454.8
Def. Avg.
368.7 341.5 288.3 349.3 386.5
TOP
30:54 31:11 32:19 30:30 29:34
2012
27.4
29.0
316.2
198.8
102.6
210.6
418.8
409.4
28:11
2013
24.7
40.0
262.7
250.6
104.9
239.7
367.6
490.2
27:34
2014
31.7
22.0
282.4
131.0
151.4
233.9
433.9
364.9
32:36
Rank/Calhoun era
2nd
4th
6th
1st
1st
8th
3rd
4th
1st
Air Force Individual Notes
AIR FORCE PLAYERS LEAD BUSY LIVES
• A typical class schedule of an Air Force football player follows.
Broam Hart, Senior
Management Major
6:20 - Wake Up
6:30 - Morning Uniform Inspection
7:00 - Breakfast
7:30 - English 411 (Speech and Literature)
8:30 - Geopolitics
9:30 - Management Seminar
10:30 - Astronautical Engineering
11:35 - Noon Meal Formation (March to Lunch)
12:00 - Lunch
12:30 - Military/Commandant’s Time
1:15 - Team/Position Meetings
3:00 - Weights
4:00 - Practice
6:45 - Dinner
7:15 - Squadron Roll Call
7:50 - Homework
12:00 - Lights Out
Christian Spears, Senior
Behavioral Sciences Major
6:00 - Wake Up
6:30 - Quiet Time
7:00 - Breakfast
7:30 - Management 345 (Human Manager Systems)
8:30 - Same class, second hour
9:30 - Management 345 (Abnormal Psychology)
10:30 - Military Strategic Studies 415 (Joint Ops Strats)
11:35 - Noon Meal Formation (March to Lunch)
12:00 - Lunch
12:30 - Military/Commandant’s Time
1:15 - Team/Position Meetings
3:00 - Weights
4:00 - Practice
6:45 - Dinner
7:15 - Group Staff Duties
7:50 - Homework
11:00 - Lights Out
CONANT A SEMIFINALIST FOR GROZA AWARD: Air Force senior Will Conant has been named a
semifinalist for the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Place-kicker Award, presented by the Orange Bowl. Conant is
one of 20 place-kickers named a semifinalist.
Conant is at or near the top in every place kicking category within the Mountain West. He leads the conference
and ranks fifth nationally in field goal percentage (93.8) and PAT percentage (1.000). Conant has hit 15 of 16
field goals, including 14 straight since his only miss, and hit all 31 of his PATs. He is second in kicker scoring
(8.4) and first in field goals with a 1.67 average. Conant is fifth overall in the conference in scoring with his 8.4
norm. Conant has had six games with multiple field goals this season, including a season-best three at Utah
State and Army. He was named Mountain West special team’s player of the week and collegefootballperformance.com honorable mention national kicker of the week for his efforts at Army.
A native of Edmond, Okla., Conant is the all-time leader at the Academy in career field goal percentage with
an 89.7 mark, hitting 26 of 29 field goals. His career .985 extra point percentage is the fourth-best at the Academy. He is tied for first in school history in career 50-yard field goals with five. He hit three from 52 yards last
year and has hit twice from 50 yards this season.
The senior also handles Air Force’s punting duties, ranking third in the conference and 36th nationally in punting with a 43.0 average. He has a long punt of 64 yards and seven punts of 50 yard or longer. Conant has had
12 punts downed inside the 20.
Conant is joined as a semifinalist by Corey Acosta (Southern Miss), Roberto Aguayo, the 2013 winner, (Florida State), Kyle Bullard (Houston), Brad Craddock (Maryland), Sam Ficken (Penn State), Elliott Fry (South
Carolina), Ian Fry (Virginia), Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati), Zane Gonzalez (Arizona State), Ben Grogan (Oklahoma State), Ammon Lakip (Clemson), Josh Lambert (West Virginia), Justin Manton (ULM), Ross Martin
(Duke), Cole Murphy (Syracuse), Jaden Oberkrom (TCU), Andy Phillips (Utah), Scott Secor (Ball State) and
John Wallace (Louisville).
Semifinalists will be voted on by FBS Head Coaches and SIDs, past Groza finalists, and national and regional
football writers to select the three finalists. These finalists will be announced on November 24th and honored
at the 23rd annual Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Awards Banquet on December 9th in West Palm Beach,
Florida. The winner will be announced live on ESPN at the Home Depot College Football Awards Show on
Thursday, December 11th.
100-Yard Rushers Under Calhoun
• Air Force is 36-13 overall under Troy Calhoun
(since 2007) when it has a 100-yard rusher.
2007
W Kip McCarthy vs. So. Carolina St. (22-129-1)
W Shaun Carney vs. Utah (16-113-0)
W Jim Ollis vs. TCU (16-138-1)
W Chad Hall vs. UNLV (18-169-2)
W Chad Hall vs. Colorado State (31-256-4)
W Chad Hall vs. Wyoming (28-167-0)
W Chad Hall vs. Army (34-275-1)
W Chad Hall vs. Notre Dame (32-142-0)
W Chad Hall vs. San Diego State (19-151-2)
Jim Ollis vs. San Diego State (15-163-2)
Ty Paffett vs. San Diego State (7-105-3)
L Shaun Carney vs. California (15-108-1)
Jim Ollis vs. California (16-101-1)
2008
W Asher Clark vs. San Diego State (15-109-1)
W Todd Newell vs. UNLV (22-134-1)
W Asher Clark vs. Colorado State (16-136-2)
L Todd Newell vs. BYU (21-116-1)
L Jared Tew vs. Houston (27-14902)
2009
W Jared Tew vs. Wyoming (27-105-1)
W Jared Tew vs. Army (25-102-0)
W Asher Clark vs. UNLV (18-160-3)
W Jared Tew vs. Houston (26-173-2)
Asher Clark vs. Houston (17-129-2)
2010
W Asher Clark vs. BYU (18-121-0)
W Jared Tew vs. Wyoming (27-136-1)
W Jared Tew vs. Navy (17-111-0)
W Asher Clark vs. Colorado State (19-116-1)
L Asher Clark vs. San Diego State (19-116-1)
W Nathan Walker vs. Army (15-109-1)
2011
W Asher Clark vs. Tennessee State (13-148-1)
L Asher Clark vs. Notre Dame (11-102-0)
L Mike DeWitt vs. Boise State (18-108-0)
W Asher Clark vs. UNLV (15-169-1)
W Asher Clark vs. Colorado State (13-111-1)
2012
W Cody Getz vs. Idaho State (17-218-3)
L Cody Getz vs. Michigan (26-130-3)
L Cody Getz vs. UNLV (15-113-1)
W Cody Getz vs. Colorado State (25-222-0)
L Cody Getz vs. Navy (29-204-1)
W Wes Cobb vs. Nevada (30-152-1)
W Cody Getz vs. Hawai’i (21-125-1)
W Cody Getz vs. Hawai’i (21-125-1)
2013
W Jon Lee vs. Colgate (11-130-2)
Broam Hart vs. Colgate (18-101-2)
L Jaleel Awini vs. Boise State (23-107-2)
L Karson Roberts vs. Nevada (23-161-2)
L Anthony LaCoste vs. San Diego St. (22-109-0)
W Anthony LaCoste vs. Army (23-263-3)
L Anthony LaCoste vs. New Mexico (21-177-0)
2014
W Jacobi Owens vs. Nicholls State (23-233-0)
W Jacobi Owens vs. Georgia State (25-122-2)
W Kale Pearson vs. Boise State (20-127-1)
Jacobi Owens vs. Boise State (24-108-1)
W Jacobi Owens vs. Army (27-118-0)
W Jacobi Owens vs. UNLV (18-135-1)
HART A NOMINEE FOR GOOD WORKS TEAM: Air Force senior fullback Broam Hart was one of a
record 182 nominees from across the country nominated for the Allstate American Football Coaches Associa-
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tion Good Works Team. The nominees represent the sport’s finest in the areas of volunteerism and leadership
among their peers. Hart has been active in his local and hometown communities, serving as a preacher at West
Mansfield Church in his hometown of Alvarado, Texas. He’s also served locally as a Sunday school teacher in
Colorado Springs at Pikes Peak Church. Hart has been a volunteer locally at the Marion House in Colorado
Springs serving meals to the homeless and helped with cleanups efforts this summer at the Waldo Canyon
burn site. He has also been active at local schools reading to classes and serving as a speaker at career day. In
addition to his community efforts, Hart has been active at the Academy helping to film the Cadet-Athletes
Against Sexual Violence (CAASV) video. He is a member of the Air Force football leadership council and was
instrumental in leading the football team as it participated in an accelerated training program against sexual
violence.
HUSAR ON RIMINGTON WATCH LIST: Air Force senior Michael Husar, Jr. is one of 66 players
nationwide named to the Fall Rimington Trophy Watch List. The Rimington Trophy is presented annually
to the Most Outstanding Center in NCAA Division I-A College Football. Since its inception, the Rimington
Trophy has raised over $2.5 million for the cystic fibrosis community. The 14-year old award is overseen by
the Boomer Esiason Foundation, which is committed to finding a cure for cystic fibrosis and has raised over
$100 million for CF Research.
Husar, Jr. returned from season-ending knee injury to lead the Air Force offensive line last season. He played
and started in all 12 games in 2013 and led the team in knockdown blocks with 70, the first center in the
Calhoun era to do so. A member of the dean’s and commandant’s lists, Husar, Jr. will be entering space operations at Vandenberg Air Force Base following graduation.
OWENS NEARING 1,000-YARD MARK: Sophomore tailback Jacobi Owens ranks third in the conference and 17th nationally in rushing with a 109.8 per-game average. Owens has led the team in rushing in seven
of nine games and has topped the 100-yard mark five times, including his last two games. He has 988 yards
this season and needs just 12 more to hit the 1,000-yard mark. He would become just the third sophomore in
Air Force history to the century mark, joining Dee Dowis, who had 1,315 yards in 1987 and Pat Evans, who
rushed for 1,015 in 1984.
Owens had one of the most successful debuts in school history vs. Nicholls State, rushing for 233 yards on 23
carries to set a record for most yards by a player in his first-career start. Owens averaged 10.1 yards per carry
and had four runs of 20 or more yards. His 233 yards are the seventh most in school history and second most
by a sophomore. Only Air Force Hall of Famer Dee Dowis rushed for more as a sophomore with 241 yards
vs. Utah in 1987. Owens was solid in his second game, rushing for a team-best 76 yards and his first-career
touchdown at Wyoming. He topped the 100-yard mark for the second time this season with 122 yards and
a career-best two touchdowns on 25 carries at Georgia State. Owens added his third 100-yard game of the
season with a 24-carry, 108-yard effort vs. Boise State. He also scored a touchdown and had a long run of 23
yards. Owens led the Falcons with 78 yards on 23 carries against Navy and had 74 yards on 18 carries in the
second half, as the Falcons took control of the game. Owens recorded his fourth 100-yard game vs. Army
with 118 yards on a career-high 27 carries. Owens added 135 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries at UNLV
in a return to his home state.
PEARSON CONTINUES FINE PLAY: Senior Kale Pearson waited a year for the opportunity to be Air
Force’s starting quarterback. After earning the job as a junior last season he was hurt in the second quarter
of the season opener and missed the remainder of the season. He’s battled back and has been a key to Air
Force’s turnaround in 2014.
Pearson would rank second in the Mountain West in passing efficiency with a 164.71 mark, but lacks enough
attempts. His 164.71 marks is the second-best in school history for a single season. He has hit 75 of 125 passes
for 1,213 yards and 10 touchdowns with just two interceptions. He is averaging 134.8 yards per game passing
which ranks 10 in the conference. He ranks second on the team in rushing with 478 yards and is tied for the
team lead in rushing touchdowns with five. He’s averaging 187.9 yards of total offense per game.
In two games vs. Georgia State and Wyoming, Pearson combined to hit 29 of 47 passes (.617) for 450 yards
and two touchdowns ... 450 yards in consecutive weeks is the most by a Falcon in the option era (1980-present) and most since Dave Ziebart threw for 457 in 1978 (186 vs. Holy Cross, 271 vs. Kansas State).
Pearson Season Highlights
• UNLV: Hit five of six passes for 115 yards and a touchdown ... the TD pass covered 59 yards which is the
longest TD pass of his career ... rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries and had a 41-yard reception.
• Army: Hit eight of 12 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns, including a 54 yarder and one from two
yards on fourth-and-goal in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Air Force.
• New Mexico: Hit five of nine passes for 159 yards and a touchdown ... completed a career-long pass of 63
yards and a 50-yard touchdown pass ... matched his career high with 20 carries for 66 yards and a touchdown.
• Navy: Hit 11 of 16 passes for 112 yards and a career-high three touchdowns ... three touchdowns passes tie
as the sixth most in school history and are the most since Tim Jefferson had three vs. Colorado State in 2011
... clinched the game for the Falcons with a 13-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-two with under a minute
to play in the game.
• Boise State: Career highs in three rushing categories with 20 carries for 127 yards ... also scored a touchdown and had a career-long run of 42 yards ... hit five of 11 passes for 48 yards and a TD.
• Georgia State: Hit 12 of 15 passes for 224 yards and two touchdowns ... added a career-best two touchdown runs ... 11 of 12 completions went for first downs or touchdowns.
• Wyoming: Career highs in three passing categories, hitting 17 of 32 passes for 226 yards, the most by a Falcon since Shaun Carney threw for 237 at Navy on Sept. 29, 2007.
Air Force Football
Fast Facts
Air Force conference statistical champions in the
Mountain West Conference follow:
Rushing
Year
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Team
Total Offense
Year
Stats
2000
451.9 (9)
Stats
285.5 (2)
294.9 (3)
273.2 (3)
307.8 (1)
280.6 (4)
277.4 (4)
246.5 (8)
229.4 (3)
299.5 (2)
266.9 (6)
283.5 (3)
306.5 (2)
314.8 (3)
316.2 (2)
Scoring Offense
2000
34.9 (16)
2002
33.9 (15)
Passing Defense
2002
198.8 (38)
2009
150.50 (1)
2011
168.8 (6)
Sacks by
2002
21-156*
Punting
2003
2010
Turnover Margin
2009
1.69 (1)
Sacks Allowed
2009
.85 (4)
2010
.38 (1)
2012
.62 (3)
Punt Returns
2005
12.0*
2006
13.0 (17)
Net Punting
2009
39.52 (6)
41.5 (3)
38.7 (18)
Penalties
2012
26.2 (1)
Individual
Rushing
Chad Hall, 2007
113.7 ypg
Receiving
Ryan Fleming, 2000
84.5 ypg
Scoring
Dave Adams, 2000
Chance Harridge, 2002
8.5 ppg
10.2 ppg
Tackles
Drew Fowler, 2006
10.2 tpg
Quaterback Sacks
John Rudzinski, 2002
4 sacks*
Interceptions
Carson Bird, 2007
Anthony Wright, 2009
6 INTs
7 INTs
Field Goals
Ryan Harrison, 2008
Erik Soderberg, 2009
Parker Herrington, 2011
1.83 pg
1.69 pg
1.15 pg
Kickoff Returns
Jonathan Warzeka, 2010
28.7 pr
( ) - National rank; * - Conference games only
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BROWN ALL-AROUND THREAT: Junior receiver Garrett Brown has picked up where he left off last
season when he led the team in receiving with 19 catches. Brown has already surpassed last season’s total and
is second on the team in receptions (23) and receiving yards (349). He as caught a pass in 14 straight games
dating back to last season which is the longest active streak on the team. Brown has a team-best five receiving
touchdowns to go with one rushing touchdown. He did not play last week at UNLV and had just one catch
vs. New Mexico, but it was a career-long 63 yarder to set up a touchdown. The 63 yard pass play is the longest
by the Falcons this season. He had three catches for 73 yards and tied his career high with a pair of touchdown catches vs. Navy. He scored on a 54 yard reception in the first quarter and helped clinch the game with
a 13 yard TD catch on fourth-and-two in the final minute.
Brown had his best day as a Falcon at Georgia State in a return to his home state. Brown recorded career
highs in every receiving category with six catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns with a long catch of 37
yards. In addition, he rushed for a career-high 62 yards on four carries with a career-long run of 42 yards.
ROBINETTE LEADS THE FALCONS: Sophomore receiver Jalen Robinette leads the Falcons in receiving with team bests of 30 catches for 606 yards. He ranks fifth in the Mountain West in receiving with 67.3
mark. Robinette had two catches for 81 yards and a touchdown at UNLV, including a career-long 59 yard
reception for the TD. He had a team-best three catches for 50 yards at Army. Robinette hauled in four catches
for 96 yards and his first touchdown of the season against New Mexico, a 50-yard highlight-filled catch that
gave the Falcons the lead for good. He is averaging 20.2 yards per reception and has a pair of 100-yard receiving games with 118 yards on four catches at Georgia State and 105 yards on four catches at Utah State. He
also recorded a career-long 58 yard reception vs. the Aggies. Robinette is the first Falcon with two 100-yard
receiving games in a season since Jason Brown had three in 2005. Robinette matched his career high with five
catches for 36 yards vs. Navy. His biggest play was with his arm, connecting on a 54 yard touchdown pass to
receiving mate Garrett Brown. Robinette had his best game as a Falcon in Air Force’s 48-38 win at Georgia
State with four catches for a career-best 118 yards to record his first-career 100-yard receiving game. He is the
first Falcon since Drew Coleman vs. Navy in 2012 to have a 100-yard receiving game. Robinette had a careerbest-tying five catches for 96 yards at Wyoming.
SENIOR LINEBACKER JORDAN PIERCE: Senior linebacker Jordan Pierce is having a standout season. Pierce has led the team in tackles in six games, including six with 10 or more tackles. Pierce led the Falcons with 11 tackles, a sack and two tackles for loss at UNLV. He led the team with 10 tackles, 2.5 tackles for
loss and 2.0 sacks at Army. He didn’t lead the Falcons in tackles against New Mexico, but recorded double figures with 11 and a tackle for loss. He had eight tackles and a career-best three tackles for loss at Wyoming and
added 10 tackles each vs. Georgia State and Boise State. He added a tackle for loss and his second interception
of the season vs. the Broncos, returning it 56 yards to set up a score. Pierce had a season-high 12 tackles and
two tackles for loss vs. Navy.
Pierce leads the conference and is eighth nationally in tackles for loss with a 1.56 per-game average. He has
had at least one TFL in seven straigth games. Pierce is fifth int he conference in tackles with a 9.0 average. In
addition, he is sixth in sacks (.56) and tied for ninth in interceptions (.22).
He has started 11 games in his career and notched double figures in eight of them. He is averaging 11.0 tackles
per game as starter dating back to last season. He recorded a career-best 19 tackles at Colorado State and had
17 vs. UNLV last season.
BRINGING THE STEELHAMMER: Sophomore safety Weston Steelhammer is fourth in the Mountain
West in interceptions with a .33 per-game average. He had a record-setting performance in Air Force’s win
over Boise State. Steelhammer tied a school record with three interceptions and had two tackles for loss and
a sack in the victory. He is the fourth player in school history and first since Anthony Wright vs. Houston in
2009 to have three interceptions in a game. He earned Mountain West defensive player of the week honors as
well as National Football Foundation, Colorado Chapter, player of the week honors. In addition, Steelhammer
earned Walter Camp national player of the week honors, the Football Writers Association of America Bronko
Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week award and the Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week
honor.
Inside the numbers
AIR FORCE BY THE NUMBERS
17 - AFA has won 16 straight home openers against
unranked teams dating back to 1994.
34 - wins in 48 games in Falcon Stadium for Air Force
under head coach Troy Calhoun.
49 - games under head coach Troy Calhoun with a 100yard rusher (36-13 record).
THIS IS AIR FORCE FOOTBALL
• Air Force is 47-28 in non-conference games as a
member of the Mountain West. The 46 wins are the
most in the conference.
• Air Force has an all-time record of 359-303-13 in its
57th season of varsity football. The Falcons are
198-123-3 at home, 142-161-6 on the road and 1919-4 in neutral site games. AFA has played in 23
bowl games and has a 10-12-1 all-time record. Air
Force is 169-106 all-time in Falcon Stadium.
• Air Force is playing in its 35th year in a conference.
The 2014 season marks the school’s 16th year
in the Mountain West Conference. Prior to 1999, Air
Force was a member of the Western Athletic
Conference from 1980-98. The school was an
independent prior to 1980.
• Air Force is 59-60 as a member of the Mountain
West Conference. The team is 36-24 at home
and 23-36 on the road. The Falcons are 105-88
overall since joining the MWC in 1999, including
marks of 62-34 at home, 37-48 on the road, 6-6 in
neutral site games and 4-4 in bowls.
AIR FORCE OVERTIME RESULTS
Air Force is 6-5 overall and 4-2 in conference overtime
games. The Falcons are 3-2 at home and 3-3 on the
road.
Year
1996
Game
at Notre Dame
at Fresno State*
1997
San Diego State*
2000
at Notre Dame
2002
New Mexico*
2003
Utah*
2007
TCU*
2009
at Navy
at Utah*
2011
at Navy
2012
Navy
* - Conference game
Result
W 20-17
W 44-38
W 24-18
L 31-34
W 38-31
L 43-45 -- 3OT
W 20-17
L 13-16
L 16-23
W 35-34
L 21-28
HANSEN MAKES IT SEVEN STRAIGHT: Junior defensive lineman Alex Hansen had six tackles, a sack
and two tackles for loss at UNLV last week. Hansen has a streak of seven straight games with at least one TFL
and is the team’s career active leader in TFLs with 19.5 and sacks with 7.5. He is also the career active leader in
blocked kicks with three, all PATs. He blocked two last season vs. UNLV and added his third this season vs.
Nicholls.
FULLBACKS CARRY THE LOAD: Air Force sophomore fullbacks Shayne Davern and D.J. Johnson each
had career days in Air Force’s win over New Mexico. The pair combined for 136 yards and three touchdowns
on 31 carries, an average of 4.4 yards per carry. Davern led the Falcons with career highs of 85 yards on 16
carries, averaing 5.3 yards per carry. Johnson chipped in with career highs of 51 yards and three touchdowns
on 15 carries. His three TDs are the most by a Falcon this season and most by an Air Force fullback since
Mike DeWitt scored four vs. New Mexico in 2011. The pair had 23 carries for 82 yards and three touchdowns
at UNLV. Davern rushed for 58 yards and a score on 17 carries while Johnson added 24 yards and two touchdown on six carries. Davern is third on the team in rushing on the season, rushing for 247 yards and three
touchdowns. Johnson has added 125 yards rushing and is tied for the team lead in rushing TDs with five.
AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL: The Air Force football team has a leadership council which is
responsible for giving the players a voice with the coaching staff and athletic administration. The group has
talked with the director of athletics multiple times. In addition, the group has talked with Superintendent/
President Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson. The group, voted on by the team, is also responsible for helping to set
the standard of conduct for the team on and off the field. The members by class include
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Seniors: Will Conant, Justin DeCoud, Harrison Elliott, Nick Fitzgerald, Broam Hart, Colton Huntsman, Michael Husar, Jr., Jon Lee, Joey Nichol, Kale Pearson, Christian Spears, Troy Timmerman
Juniors: Garrett Griffin, Alex Hansen, Connor Healy, Andrew Ruechel, Dexter Walker
Sophomores: David Harris, Jalen Robinette, Nate Romine, Weston Steelhammer.
AIR FORCE INDIVIDUAL HONORS IN 2014
• 7 Garrett Brown -- College Football Performance Awards national all-purpose performer of the week at
Georgia State.
• 8 Weston Steelhammer -- Mountain West Conference player of the week honors by Athlon Sports vs.
Boise State ... Walter Camp national defensive player of the week honors vs. Boise State ... Mountain West
defensive player of the week vs. Boise State ... National Football Foundation, Colorado Chapter player of
the week vs. Boise State ... Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Mountain West Player of the Week vs. Boise State
... Football Writers Association of America Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week vs.
Boise State ... Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week vs. Boise State.
• 21 Christian Spears -- Mountain West Conference defensive player of the week vs. Navy ... College Sports
Madness Mountain West defensive player of the week vs. Navy ... named mid-season first-team all-MW by
Phil Steele Magazine.
• 28 Jacobi Owens -- College Football Performance Awards honorable mention national running back of the
week vs. Nicholls ... National Football Foundation – Colorado Chapter Player of the Week vs. Nicholls.
• 30 Will Conant -- One of 30 players nationwide to be named to the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker
Award Watch List ...College Football Performance Awards kicker of the week vs. Utah State ... named midseason first-team all-MW by Phil Steele Magazine ... Mountain West special teams player of the week vs.
Army ... collegefootballperformance.com honorable mention place kicker of the week vs. Army.
• 32 Broam Hart -- One of a record 182 nominees from across the country nominated for the Allstate
American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team for volunteerism and leadership among their
peers.
• 51 Jordan Pierce -- College Sports Madness Mountain West defensive player of the week vs. Boise State ...
named mid-season first-team all-MW by Phil Steele Magazine ... National Football Foundation, Colorado
Chapter, player of the week vs. Army ... College Sports Madness defensive player of the week for the
Mountain West vs. UNLV.
• 65 Michael Husar, Jr. -- One of 66 nationwide players named to the Fall Rimington Trophy Watch List
presented annually to the nation’s most outstanding center ... named mid-season second-team all-MW by
Phil Steele Magazine.
• 80 Garrett Griffin -- Collegefootballperformanceawards.com national tight end of the week vs. Navy ... col
legefootball performance.com honorable mention tight end of the week vs. Army.
Inside the numbers
AIR FORCE TOPS SERVICES ACADEMIES/
CONFERENCE IN GSR: Air Force has a graduation success rate of 93, according to the latest data
from the NCAA. The Falcons have the highest GSR in
the Mountain West and among the three service academies. Essentially, that translates to over 90 percent of
the recruited varsity athletes that entered the Academy
during the four year period of 2004-07 (i.e., Classes of
2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011) either graduated from the
Academy or left academically eligible.
CALHOUN AMONG THE BEST IN COACHES
APR: Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun has a 996
coaches APR which is the best in the Mountain West
Conference. Matt Wells of Utah State is second with a
993 followed by Bob Davie at New Mexico with a 982.
Air Force’s team APR in the last four-year period was
976 which ranked 17th nationally.
AIR FORCE HAS SINGLE YEAR APR OF 997:
The Air Force football team continues to be among the
leaders in the Mountain West Conference and nation
in Academic Performance Rate numbers. This season
the Falcons posted a single-year APR of 997. Air Force
posted a 976 over the last four years which ranks
among the nation’s top 20 for the seventh consecutive
season.
The Air Force football APRs for the seven most recent
years have been 976 in 2008, 983 in 2009, an astounding 988 in 2010, 978 in 2011, 980 in 2012, 974 in 2013
and 976 in 2014. In addition to being the nation’s best
in regards to the NCAA’s APR, over 98 percent of
Air Force football team members who participated in
a game in either their junior or senior seasons under
Head Coach Troy Calhoun’s guidance graduated from
the Academy.
The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the academic
progress of each student-athlete. The APR accounts
for eligibility, retention and graduation and provides a
measure of each team’s academic performance.
FALCONS EXCELLING IN THE CLASSROOM: The Air Force football team had 29 team
members earn academic honors and 53 earn military
performance honors for the spring 2014 semester.
Cadets must earn a 3.0 military performance average
(MPA) and 3.0 grade point average (GPA) to earn the
honors.
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Air Force All-American Candidate Will Conant
CONANT A SEMIFINALIST FOR GROZA AWARD: Air Force senior Will
Conant has been named a semifinalist for the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Place-kicker
Award, presented by the Orange Bowl. Conant is one of 20 place-kickers named a semifinalist.
Conant is at or near the top in every place kicking category within the Mountain West.
He leads the conference and ranks fifth nationally in field goal percentage (93.8) and
PAT percentage (1.000). Conant has hit 15 of 16 field goals, including 14 straight since
his only miss, and hit all 31 of his PATs. He is second in kicker scoring (8.4) and first in
field goals with a 1.67 average. Conant is fifth overall in the conference in scoring with
his 8.4 norm. Conant has had six games with multiple field goals this season, including
a season-best three at Utah State and Army. He was named Mountain West special team’s player of the week
and collegefootballperformance.com honorable mention national kicker of the week for his efforts at Army.
A native of Edmond, Okla., Conant is the all-time leader at the Academy in career field goal percentage with
an 89.7 mark, hitting 26 of 29 field goals. His career .985 extra point percentage is the fourth-best at the Academy. He is tied for first in school history in career 50-yard field goals with five. He hit three from 52 yards last
year and has hit twice from 50 yards this season.
The senior also handles Air Force’s punting duties, ranking third in the conference and 36th nationally in punting with a 43.0 average. He has a long punt of 64 yards and seven punts of 50 yard or longer. Conant has had
12 punts downed inside the 20.
Conant is joined as a semifinalist by Corey Acosta (Southern Miss), Roberto Aguayo, the 2013 winner, (Florida State), Kyle Bullard (Houston), Brad Craddock (Maryland), Sam Ficken (Penn State), Elliott Fry (South
Carolina), Ian Fry (Virginia), Andrew Gantz (Cincinnati), Zane Gonzalez (Arizona State), Ben Grogan (Oklahoma State), Ammon Lakip (Clemson), Josh Lambert (West Virginia), Justin Manton (ULM), Ross Martin
(Duke), Cole Murphy (Syracuse), Jaden Oberkrom (TCU), Andy Phillips (Utah), Scott Secor (Ball State) and
John Wallace (Louisville).
Semifinalists will be voted on by FBS Head Coaches and SIDs, past Groza finalists, and national and regional
football writers to select the three finalists. These finalists will be announced on November 24th and honored
at the 23rd annual Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Awards Banquet on December 9th in West Palm Beach,
Florida. The winner will be announced live on ESPN at the Home Depot College Football Awards Show on
Thursday, December 11th.
Did you know.....
• Has hit 14 straight field goals this season, a school record for one season
• Has hit 34 straight PATs
• Has hit 5-6 from 50+ in his career
• Has hit 9-10 from inside 40 yards in his career
Air Force Career Field Goal Percentage
# Name, Years
1. Will Conant, 2013-Present (26-29)
2. Jackson Whiting, 1998-99 (19-23)
3. Joe Wood, 1989-91 (39-49)
4. Ryan Harrison, 2007-08 (43-56)
5. David Adams, 1998-2000 (26-34)
Pct.
.897
.826
.796
.768
.764
Air Force Career 50-Yard Field Goals
# Name, Years
1. Will Conant, 2013-Present
Dave Lawson, 1972-75
3. David Adams, 1998-00
No.
5
5
4
Conant Game-by-Game
2014
Game
UNLV
Army
New Mexico
Utah State
Navy
Boise State
Georgia State
Wyoming
Nicholls
Total
FG
Pct.
15-16 93.8
2013
FG
(39), (33)
(38), (26), (50)
None
(27), (34), (22)
(22)
(25), (21)
(22), (41)
(50), 39, (32)
None
15-16
1-19
0-0
Game
Colorado State
UNLV
New Mexico
Army
Notre Dame
San Diego State
Navy
Nevada
Wyoming
Boise State
Utah State
Colgate
Total
FG
11-3
Pct.
84.6
Career
FG
Pct.
26-29 89.7
20-29
7-7
30-39
5-6
FG
None
None
(52)
None
(47)
(48), (52)
(45), 50
None
(33), 44
(33), (24)
(33), (34)
(52)
11-13
PAT
6-6
2-2
5-5
1-1
3-3
2-2
6-6
1-1
5-5
31-31
40-49
1-1
50+
2-2
PAT
0-0
3-3
4-5
6-6
1-1
2-2
1-1
6-6
2-2
2-2
1-1
4-4
32-33
1-19
0-0
20-29
1-1
30-39
4-4
40-49
3-4
50+
3-4
1-19
0-0
20-29
8-8
30-39
9-10
40-49
4-5
50+
5-6
Multiple 50+ yarders this season
3 Paul Griggs, Purdue University
2 Corey Acosta, Utah
2 Robert Aguayo, Florida State
2 Will Conant, Air Force
2 Jake Elliott, Memphis
2 Andre Heidari, USC
2 Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky
2 Justin Manton, ULM
2 Cole Murphy, Syracuse
2 Andy Phillips, Utah
Perfect from 50+ this season
3-3 Paul Griggs, Purdue University
2-2 Will Conant, Air Force
2-2 Corey Acosta, Utah
2-2 Robert Aguayo, Florida State
2-2 Andre Heidari, USC
2-2 Justin Manton, ULM
2-2 Cole Murphy, Syracuse
2-2 Andy Phillips, Utah
1-1 Tyler Tate, Bowling Green
Air Force Football
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Air Force Academy Facts - Get to Know Your Academy
Air Force Academy Mission
• To educate, train, and inspire men and women to become officers of character, motivated to lead the United
States Air Force in service to our nation.
Teams honors Air Force
with patches
About The Cadet Wing/Officer Development
• The Cadet Wing consists of approximately 4,000 cadets.
• Cadets are organized into 40 squadrons, each containing approximately 100 cadets.
• Cadets Squadrons each have one Air Officer Commanding and two Academy Military Trainers assigned as
permanent party leadership.
• USAFA assesses approximately 1,200 cadets each summer during Basic Cadet Training. Basic Cadet Training
is a six-week program where cadets transition from civilian to military life.
• Approximately 900 - 1,000 cadets graduate each year. This equates to about an 80% graduation rate.
• Cadets must participate in an intercollegiate or intramural sport each semester.
• All cadets receive character development training through honor lessons, seminars and Cadet Wing-wide
events such as the annual National Character and Leadership Symposium, Falcon Heritage Forum and other
leadership programs.
• During academic year 2012-13, cadets provided 38,000 hours of volunteer and service learning time in the
community. USAFA earned the 2013 Presidential Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
• Military training and leadership programs for the 4,000+ Cadet Wing are led and executed by cadets.
Programs range from basic military and field combat skills in Basic Cadet Training, Expeditionary, Survival,
and Evasion Training to airmanship programs in Space Operations, Cyber, Unmanned Air Vehicles, Powered
Flight, Glider and Freefall Parachute programs.
• Commissioning Education (CE) is responsible for providing USAFA cadets with the first Professional
Military Education of their careers. CE instructors educate and train cadets to develop them into leaders and
citizens of character to serve the nation. The CE division provides coordinated leadership and policy
direction for CE instructors and students.
The Air Force Academy football team is once again
honoring the Air Force and several different units
throughout the season by wearing patches on its uniforms. The team is wearing the Air Force patch to
honor the men and women of the U.S. Air Force.
The team is also honoring 10 of the Air Force’s
Heritage Wings and Groups by wearing patches on
their home uniforms; and six USAF Air and Space
Expeditionary Wings by wearing patches on their away
uniforms for the fifth straight year.
The Heritage Wings and Groups date back to the
foundations of the Air Force, beginning on Aug. 1,
1907, when the U.S. Army Signal Corps established
a small Aeronautical Division to take “charge of all
matters pertaining to military ballooning, air machines
and all kindred subjects.” But, it was not until May 26,
1909, that military aviation was born, when Lts. Frank
P. Lahm and Benjamin D. Foulois made their first
ascent and qualified as the airship’s first Army pilots.
The National Security Act of 1947 created a separate
Department of the Air Force, headed by a Secretary of
the Air Force; from that law, today’s Air Force was officially born on Sept. 18, 1947.
The 10 patches represent active duty units that have
colorful and distinguished histories. These “heritage
units” not only represent the legacy of the Air Force
past, but also the promise of its future. Each Air Force
mission and capability is represented with this crosssection of units.
The Air and Space Expeditionary Force concept is
the Air Force’s vision for the 21st century to organize,
train, equip and deploy forces for contingency operations while remaining ready to meet national crises.
AEF also helps create a mindset and culture that
embraces the unique characteristics of air and space
power - range, speed, flexibility and precision. Military
personnel that are deployed become a part of one of
these six wings.
School Rankings
• U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges 2014” Rankings
o #27 National Liberal Arts Colleges
o #3 Top Public Schools
o #2 Best Undergraduate-only Business Programs
o #2 Aerospace/Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering, for the 14th consecutive year.
o #2 Electrical and Communications Engineering
o #3 High School Counselor Rankings; Electrical Engineering
o #4 Undergraduate Engineering Program
o #6 Mechanical Engineering Program
o #1 undergraduate-only institution for research and development expenditures: more than $64 million
in FY12
Academics
• Fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and
Schools
• 10 Engineering and Computer Science programs received full six-year ABET Accreditation
• 31 Academic Majors
• 8 to 1 Student to Faculty ratio
• Average class size of 19
• 19 Research Centers, 2 Research Institutes and an Energy Working Group
• 700+ international opportunities per year
Heritage wing/groups:
8th Fighter Wing - Kunsan AB, Korea
31st Fighter Wing - Aviano AB, Italy
3rd Wing - Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
14th Flying Training Wing - Columbus AFB, Miss.
2nd Bomb Wing - located around the world
19th Air Refueling Group - Robins AFB, Ga.
9th Reconnaissance Wing - Beale AFB, Calif.
341st Space Wing - Malmstrom AFB, Mont.
1st Special Operations Wing - Hurlburt Field, Fla.
315th Airlift Wing - Charleston AFB, S.C.
Air and Space Expeditionary Force Wings:
380th Air Force Expeditionary Wing - SW Asia
455th Air Force EW - Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan
379th Air Force EW
332nd Air Force EW - Balad AB in SW Corner of
Sunni Triangle
376th Air Force EW - Mansa International Airport,
Bishkek, Krygyz Republic.
38th Air Force EW - SE Asia
Air Force Football
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Tracking Air Force’s 2014 Opponents
Nicholls State
(0-10, 0-6 Southland)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/30
at Air Force ....................................L 16-44
9/6
at Arkansas .....................................L 3-73
9/13
Henderson St. ................................L 10-27
9/20
at North Texas ...............................L 3-77
9/27
at Central Arkansas* .....................L 18-52
10/4
McNeese State* .............................L 3-45
10/11 Stephen F. Austin* ........................L 20-42
10/18 Lamar* ............................................L 21-63
10/25 at Houston Baptist* ......................L 21-31
11/1
Incarnate Word* ............................L 20-38
11/15 at NW State*
11/20 SE Louisiana*
Navy
(4-5)
Date
8/30
9/6
9/13
9/20
9/27
10/4
10/11
10/25
11/1
11/15
11/28
12/13
Wyoming
(4-6, 2-4 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/30
Montana..........................................W 17-12
9/6
Air Force*.......................................W 17-13
9/13
at Oregon .......................................L 14-48
9/20
Florida Atlantic..............................W 20-19
9/27
at Michigan State ...........................L 14-56
10/11 at Hawai’i* ......................................L 28-38
10/18 San Jose State* ...............................L 20-27
10/25 at Colorado St.* .............................L 31-45
11/1
at Fresno State* .............................w 45-17
11/7
Utah State* .....................................L 3-20
11/29 at New Mexico*
Utah State
(7-2, 4-1 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/31
at Tennessee ...................................L 7-38
9/6
Idaho State .....................................W 40-20
9/13
Wake Forest....................................W 36-24
9/20
at Arkansas St. ...............................L 14-21 OT
10/3
at BYU ............................................W 35-20
10/11 Air Force*.......................................W 34-16
10/18 at Colorado St.* .............................L 13-16
10/25 UNLV* ...........................................W 34-20
11/1
at Hawai’i* ......................................W 35-14
11/7
at Wyoming* ..................................W 20-3
11/15 New Mexico*
11/21 San Jose State*
11/29 at Boise State*
Nevada
(6-3, 3-2 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/30
So. Utah ..........................................W 28-19
9/5
Washington St. ...............................W 24-13
9/13
at Arizona St. .................................L 28-35
9/27
at San Jose St.*...............................W 21-10
10/4
Boise State* ....................................L 46-51
10/11 Colorado State* .............................L 24-31
10/18 at BYU* ..........................................W 42-35
10/25 at Hawai’i* ......................................W 26-18
11/1
San Diego St.* ...............................W 30-14
11/15 at Air Force*
11/22 Fresno State*
11/29 at UNLV*
Georgia State
(1-9, 0-6 Sunbelt)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/27
Abilene Christian...........................W 38-37
9/6
NM State* ......................................L 31-34
9/13
Air Force.........................................L 38-48
9/20
at Washington ................................L 14-45
10/4
UL Lafayette* ................................L 31-34
10/11 Arkansas State*..............................L 10-52
10/18 at South Alabama ..........................L 27-30
10/25 Ga. Southern*................................L 31-69
11/1
at Appalachian St. .........................L 0-44
11/8
at Troy* ...........................................L 21-45
11/22 at Clemson
11/29 Texas State*
New Mexico
(3-6, 1-4 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/30
UTEP ..............................................L 24-31
9/6
Arizona State..................................L 23-58
9/20
at NM State ....................................W 38-35
9/26
Fresno State* .................................L 24-35
10/4
at UTSA ..........................................W 21-9
10/10 San Diego St.* ...............................L 14-24
10/18 at Air Force* ..................................L 31-35
11/1
at UNLV* .......................................W 31-28
11/8
Boise State* ....................................L 49-60
11/15 at Utah State*
11/22 at Colorado St.*
11/29 Wyoming*
San Diego State
(5-4, 3-2 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/30
No. Arizona ...................................W 38-7
9/6
at No. Carolina ..............................L 27-31
9/20
at Oregon State .............................L 7-28
9/27
UNLV* ...........................................W 34-17
10/3
at Fresno State* .............................L 13-24
10/10 at New Mexico* ............................W 24-14
10/18 Hawai’i* ..........................................W 20-10
11/1
at Nevada*......................................L 14-30
11/8
Idaho* .............................................W 35-21
11/15 at Boise State*
11/21 Air Force*
11/29 San Jose State*
Boise State
(7-2, 4-1 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/28
Mississippi (N) ...............................L 13-35
9/6
Colorado State* .............................W 37-24
9/13
at UConn ........................................W 38-21
9/20
Louisiana ........................................W 34-9
9/27
at Air Force* ..................................L 14-28
10/4
at Nevada*......................................W 51-46
10/17 Fresno State* .................................W 37-27
10/24 BYU ................................................W 55-30
11/8
at New Mexico* ............................W 60-49
11/15 San Diego St.*
11/22 at Wyoming*
11/29 Utah State*
Army
(3-6)
Date
9/6
9/13
9/20
9/27
10/4
10/11
10/18
11/1
11/18
11/15
11/22
12/13
Colorado State
(9-1, 5-1 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/29
Colorado (N) .................................W 31-17
9/6
at Boise State*................................L 24-37
9/13
UC Davis ........................................W 49-21
9/27
at Boston College ..........................W 24-21
10/4
Tulsa ................................................W 42-17
10/11 at Nevada*......................................W 31-24
10/18 Utah State* .....................................W 16-13
10/25 Wyoming* ......................................W 45-31
11/1
at San Jose State*...........................W 38-31
11/8
Hawai’i* ..........................................W 49-22
11/22 New Mexico*
11/28 at Air Force*
Air Force Football
Opponent................................ Result
Ohio State (N) ...............................L 17-34
at Temple ........................................W 31-24
at Texas State .................................W 35-21
Rutgers ............................................L 24-31
Western Kentucky .........................L 27-36
at Air Force ....................................L 21-30
VMI .................................................W 51-14
San Jose State .................................W 41-31
Notre Dame (N)............................L 39-49
Ga. Southern
at South Alabama
Army (N)
Opponent................................ Result
Buffalo ............................................W 47-39
at Stanford ......................................L 0-35
at Wake Forest ...............................L 21-24
Yale ..................................................L 43-49 OT
Ball State .........................................W 33-24
Rice ..................................................L 21-41
at Kent State ..................................L 17-39
Air Force.........................................L 6-23
UConn ............................................W 35-21
at W. Kentucky
Fordham
Navy (N)
UNLV
(2-8, 1-5 MW)
Date
Opponent................................ Result
8/29
at Arizona .......................................L 13-58
9/6
No. Colorado .................................W 13-12
9/13
No. Illinois......................................L 34-48
9/20
at Houston .....................................L 14-47
9/27
at San Diego St.* ...........................L 17-34
10/4
at San Jose St.*...............................L 10-33
10/10 Fresno State* .................................W 30-27 OT
10/25 at Utah State*.................................L 20-34
11/1
New Mexico* .................................L 28-31
11/8
Air Force*.......................................L 21-48
11/15 at BYU
11/22 at Hawai’i*
11/29 Nevada*
14
Air Force Record Book Watch
Air Force Career Leaders
Air Force Single Season Leaders
Rushing Yards
# Name, Years
1. Dee Dowis, 1986-89
25. Anthony Butler, 2001-04
26. Jake Campbell, 1993-95
27. Leotis Palmer, 1999-02
28. Qualario Brown, 1997-00
29. Scotty McKay, 1998-00
30. Mike Quinlan, 1958-60
31. Spanky Gilliam, 1996-98
32. Larry Thomson, 1956-58
Connor Dietz, 2009-12
34. Nakia Addison, 1994-96
35. Johnny Smith, 1984-86
36. Jon Lee, 2011-Present
37. Blane Morgan, 1996-98
38. Curtis Martin, 1968-70
39. Bill Berry, 1971-73
40. Anthony LaCoste, 2010-13
41. Joel Carlson, 1970-72
Yards
3,612
1,525
1,478
1,470
1,406
1,400
1,371
1,354
1,347
1,347
1,296
1,233
1,135
1,129
1,091
1,074
1,055
1,005
Rushing Average
# Name, Years
1. Mike Brown, 1982-84
2. Antoine Banks, 1990-92
3. Anthony LaCoste, 2010-13
4. Dee Dowis, 1986-89
5. Jon Lee, 2011-present
Tobin Ruff, 1994-97
Jake Campbell, 1993-95
8. Scotty McKay, 1998-00
9. Johnny Smith, 1984-85
10. Greg Johnson, 1986-89
Jim Ollis, 2005-07
Avg.
7.5
7.1
7.0
6.7
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.3
6.2
6.1
6.1
Extra Point Percentage
# Name, Years
1. Tom Ruby, 1984-85 (57-57)
Chris Blasy, 1986-87 (22-22)
3. Jackson Whiting, 1998-99 (79-80
4. Will Conant, 2013-Present (67-68)
5. Ryan Harrison, 2007-08 (80-82)
6. Steve Yarbrough, 1987-88 (77-79)
7. Joe Wood, 1989-91 (104-108)
8. Parker Herrington, 2011-12 (91-95)
9. Erik Soderberg, 2009-11 (82-86)
10. Mike Johnson, 1986-87 (19-20)
Scott Eberle, 2005 (38-40)
Pct.
1.000
1.000
.987
.985
.976
.975
.963
.958
.953
.950
.950
Field Goal Percentage
# Name, Years
1. Will Conant, 2013-Present (26-29)
2. Jackson Whiting, 1998-99 (19-23)
3. Joe Wood, 1989-91 (39-49)
4. Ryan Harrison, 2007-08 (43-56)
5. David Adams, 1998-2000 (26-34)
Pct.
.897
.826
.796
.768
.764
Career 50-Yard Field Goals
# Name, Years
1. Will Conant, 2013-Present
Dave Lawson, 1972-75
3. David Adams, 1998-00
No.
5
5
4
Air Force Football
Punting Average
# Name, Year
1. Mark Simon, 1985
2. Chris MacInnis, 1993
3. Jason Christ, 1991
4. Jason Kirkland, 1998
5. Mark Simon, 1986
6. Robert Barkers, 2002
7. Jeff Kubiak, 1982
8. Jeff Kubiak, 1983
Scott Schafer, 1978
Steve Carr, 1995
Andrew Martin, 2003
Will Conant, 2014
Avg
47.3
47.0
45.7
44.7
43.7
43.6
43.4
43.2
43.2
43.2
43.2
43.0
Field Goal Percentage
# Name, Year
1. Jackson Whiting, 1999 (12-12)
2. Will Conant, 2014 (15-16)
3. Joey Ashcroft, 2002 (16-18)
4. Joe Wood, 1990 (12-14)
5. Parker Herrington, 2011 (15-18)
Sean Pavlich, 1982 (15-18)
Pct
1.000
.938
.888
.857
.833
.833
Passing Efficiency
# Name, Year
1. Connor Dietz, 2012
2. Kale Pearson, 2014
3. Blane Morgan, 1998
4. Shaun Carney, 2006
5. Bart Weiss, 1985
6. Tim Jefferson, 2011
7. Shaun Carney, 2004
8. Shaun Carney, 2005
9. Preson McConnell, 1994
10. Mike Thiessen, 2000
11. Beau Morgan, 1994
Rating
165.23
164.71
162.6
157.5
156.1
153.39
151.5
149.4
147.9
147.0
142.5
Completion Percentage
# Name, Year
1. Shaun Carney, 2005
2. Shaun Carney, 2007
3. Connor Dietz, 2012
4. Shaun Carney, 2004
5. Tim Jefferson, 2011
6. Kale Pearson, 2014
7. Shaun Carney, 2006
8. Tim Mruphy, 1964
9. Mike Thiessen, 2000
10. Tim Jefferson, 2009
Pct
64.2
64.2
61.3
61.1
60.7
60.0
59.9
58.8
57.4
57.0
15
Head Coach Troy Calhoun
The Air Force Academy’s purpose is to develop young people of strong character
who graduate and serve as outstanding leaders for our country. Air Force studentathletes must complete one of the nation’s most demanding academic curriculums
while further embedding the kind of heart and character that are a crucial foundation
for service. It’s a purpose Troy Calhoun thoroughly respects and appreciates. While
embracing the mission of the Academy, Calhoun has also found a way to build a
very competitive football program within one of college football’s strongest conferences.
PERSONAL
Date of Birth ........................... Sept. 6, 1966
Hometown: ............................. Roseburg, Ore.
Wife: ......................................... Amanda
Children: .................................. Tyler, Amelia
Years in Coaching: ................. 21st
AF/Career Record: ................ 56-43 (8th year)
Calhoun is the only coach in the 100-plus year history of service academy football to
lead teams to at least seven wins and a bowl game in each of his first five seasons. Calhoun has twice been semifinalist for the National Coach of the Year award for his efforts on and off the field
(2007, 2010).
BACKGROUND/HONORS
• 1989 graduate of the Academy
• First Academy graduate to be head coach
• 16 years as a college coach
• 4 years in the NFL
• 2007 MWC coach of the year
• 2007 Region 5 coach of the year
• Finalist for national coach of the year (2007)
• Tied as the winningest first-year head coach in
school history
• Winningest first-year head coach in school
history for conference games
• Colorado Coach of the Year (NFF), 2007, 2010
• Semifinalist for 2010 National Coach of
the Year honors
His players have also been amazingly successful finishing their academic and leadership responsibilities. The
Air Force football team’s most recent NCAA APR is an astounding 976 which once again places the Academy
amongst the nation’s best in the sport of football.
Calhoun, who is in his eighth season, has also lifted the Falcon football program to unprecedented heights
within the Mountain West Conference. Calhoun is 56-43 after taking over a program that had posted three
straight losing seasons before his arrival. They have posted wins at Notre Dame and Utah and led the Falcons
to a school-record six straight bowl games from 2007-12. In Mountain West Conference play Calhoun is 3228.
Air Force finished the 2007 season 9-4 overall and placed second in the Mountain West Conference with a 6-2
mark in Calhoun’s first year. The Falcons earned their first bowl bid in five seasons, advancing to the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas.
The five-game turnaround from the previous season, was the largest in the nation by a first-year head coach
and tied as the third-largest overall in the nation. The five-game turnaround is the best in school history since
the 1958 team had a school-record turnaround of six games.
Calhoun was named the conference’s coach of the year for his efforts. In addition, he was named coach of
the year in Region 5 by the American Football Coaches Association and was one of eight finalists for national
coach of the year honors. Calhoun followed with back-to-back 8-5 overall records and fourth place conference
finishes with 5-3 marks in 2008 and 2009. The team earned bids to the Armed Forces Bowl each season and
posted the school’s first bowl victory since 2000 with a 47-20 win over Houston in 2009.
In 2010 the Falcons posted a 9-4 overall record and recorded their fourth straight top four conference finish
with a 5-3 mark. The Falcons were nationally ranked for the first time since 2003 and posted a victory as a
ranked team for the first time since 2002. The team capped the season with a 14-7 win over George Tech in
2010 Independence Bowl to earn a second-straight bowl victory.
Air Force posted a 7-6 record in 2011 and qualified for the Military Bowl. The Falcons were 6-7 in 2012 while
finishing fourth in the conference with a 5-3 mark. Air Force played in its fourth Armed Forces Bowl to extend the school’s record of consecutive bowl games to six dating back to 2007.
Calhoun brought a wealth of experience and impressive resume at the collegiate and professional levels that is
flooded with success at every stop to the Academy. Calhoun came to the Academy after serving as offensive
coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Houston Texans in 2006. The Texans were one of only two NFL
teams to triple their number of wins from the previous year.
Calhoun became a well-rounded NFL coach, working as a defensive assistant, special teams assistant and offensive assistant with the Denver Broncos from 2003-05. He began his NFL coaching career by serving as the
defensive assistant under defensive coordinator Larry Coyer in 2003.
Prior to the NFL, Calhoun was an offensive coordinator for six seasons on the collegiate level. He began his
coaching career at Air Force, where he worked as a graduate assistant from 1989-90. He started at quarterback
for the Academy in 1986 and was one of only two freshmen to letter for the 1985 team that finished fifth in
the final polls with a 12-1 record that included wins over national powers Notre Dame and Texas.
Calhoun served his country from 1989-95 as an active duty officer in the Air Force. He was the Falcons’ recruiting coordinator and the junior varsity offensive coordinator in 1993-94. He moved to Ohio University in
1995 where he served as the quarterbacks coach for two seasons. Calhoun was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1997. Calhoun moved to Wake Forest in 2001 and remained there prior to his stint with the Broncos.
Groomed on the basics of integrity and passion, Calhoun is a native of Roseburg, Ore., and was raised in a
home where both kids graduated from the Air Force Academy and were varsity letterwinners on nationallyranked teams. Calhoun’s younger sister, Callie, is a 1991 Academy graduate and four-year letterwinner in track
and cross country. Calhoun finished at the Academy on the superintendent’s list and graduated with over a 3.0
grade point average and a military performance average of better than 3.0. He and his wife, Amanda, live in
Colorado Springs and have two children, Tyler (12) and Amelia (10).
Calhoun Head Coaching Record
Year School
Record MW
2014 Air Force 7-2
3-2
2013 Air Force 2-10
0-8/6th
2012 Air Force 6-7
5-3/4th
2011 Air Force 7-6
3-4/5th
2010 Air Force 9-4
5-3/T3rd
2009 Air Force 8-5
5-3/4th
2008 Air Force 8-5
5-3/4th
2007 Air Force 9-4
6-2/2nd
Totals
56-43
32-28
Air Force Football
Home
4-0
2-5
5-1
4-3
5-1
5-1
3-3
6-0
34-14
Away
3-2
0-5
1-5
3-2
3-3
2-4
4-1
3-3
19-25
Neu.
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
1-0
1-0
1-1
0-1
3-4
Bowl
--Armed Forces, Rice (L 14-33)
Military Bowl, Toledo (L 41-42)
Independence, Georgia Tech (W 14-7)
Armed Forces, Houston (W 47-20)
Armed Forces, Houston (L 28-34)
Armed Forces, California (L 36-42)
Bowl Record: 2-4
COACHING EXPERIENCE
Air Force, Head Coach
Houston Texans, Off. Coord./QBs
Denver Broncos
Asst. to Head Coach
Off./Special Teams Asst.
Defensive Assistant
Wake Forest, Offensive Coord.
Ohio, Offensive Coord.
Ohio, Quarterbacks
Air Force, JV/Varsity Asst.
Air Force, Grad Asst.
2007-Present
2006
2003-05
2005
2004
2003
2001-02
1996-00
1995-96
1993-94
1989-90
CALHOUN VS. OPPONENTS
Army.................................................................7-1
BYU*................................................................1-3
Boise State* .....................................................1-2
California# ......................................................0-1
Colorado State* ..............................................6-1
FCS ...................................................................9-0
Fresno State*...................................................0-1
Georgia State...................................................1-0
Georgia Tech# ...............................................1-0
Hawai’i* ...........................................................1-0
Houston## .....................................................2-1
Michigan ..........................................................0-1
Minnesota ........................................................0-1
Navy .................................................................3-5
Nevada* ...........................................................1-1
New Mexico* ..................................................6-2
Notre Dame ....................................................1-2
Oklahoma ........................................................0-1
Rice# ................................................................0-1
San Diego State* ............................................3-4
TCU*................................................................1-4
Toledo# ...........................................................0-1
UNLV* ............................................................6-2
Utah* ................................................................1-3
Utah State* ......................................................0-2
Wyoming* .......................................................5-3
* - Conference opponent; # - Bowl game
16
Air Force Depth Chart vs. Nevada
Offense
Defense
WR 7
24
Garrett Brown
Jon Lee
5-9 175
5-10 195
Jr.
Sr.
Marietta, GA
Bethlehem, GA
DE
87 Alex Hansen
95 Riley Cannon
6-3 260
6-4 260
Jr.
Sr.
Oak Forest, IL
Johnstown, OH
TE 80
85
Garrett Griffin
Marcus Hendricks
6-4 225
6-6 240
Jr.
Sr.
Louisburg, KS
Folsom, CA
NG
91 Troy Timmerman
53 David Harris
6-2 260
6-0 255
Sr.
So.
Florence, KY
Cedar Hill, TX
LT 72
52
Matt Rochell
Patrick Halloran
6-3 270
6-4 255
Jr.
So.
McDonough, GA
Fairfax, VA
DE
97 Nick Fitzgerald
98 Dillon Beschel
6-4 265
6-5 260
Sr.
Sr.
Flower Mound, TX
Spokane, WA
LG 64
56
Patrick Noyes
Colin Sandor
6-0 282
6-1 275
Sr.
So.
Raymore, MO
Carmel, IN
OLB 36 Spencer Proctor
40 Ryan Watson
6-2 227
6-3 240
Sr.
So.
Clarksville, TN
Conyers, GA
OC 63
65
David Jones
Michael Husar, Jr.
6-0 250
6-0 278
Sr.
Sr.
Hoover, AL
Chicago, IL
ILB
51 Jordan Pierce
41 Patrick Healy
6-1 215
6-0 225
Sr.
So.
Athens, GA
Castle Rock, CO
RG 65
56
Michael Husar, Jr.
Colin Sandor
6-0 278
6-1 275
Sr.
So.
Chicago, IL
Carmel, IN
ILB
6 Connor Healy
49 Joey Nichol
6-0 225
6-1 230
Jr.
Sr.
Castle Rock, CO
Austin, TX
RT 58
75
Andrew Ruechel
Luke Brantley
6-1 268
6-4 250
Jr.
Jr.
Buford, GA
Melo, GA
OLB 5 Dexter Walker
48 Jacob Onyechi
6-0 205
6-1 195
Jr.
So.
Lawrenceville, GA
Sugar Land, TX
QB 2
6
Kale Pearson
Nate Romine
5-9 175
5-11 198
Sr.
So.
Tulsa, OK
Upland, CA
CB
2 Jordan Mays
25 Roland Ladipo
6-1 190
5-10 185
Sr.
So.
Apex, NC
Pickerington, OH
FB 3
43
D.J. Johnson
Shayne Davern
5-9 227
5-11 245
So.
So.
Roopville, GA - OR Carlsbad, CA
FS
21 Christian Spears
29 Hayes Linn
5-9 195
6-0 175
Sr.
So.
Grand Prairie, TX
Cartersville, GA
TB 28
5
Jacobi Owens
Devin Rushing
5-11 190
5-10 180
So.
Jr.
Las Vegas, NV
DeSoto, TX
SS
8 Weston Steelhammer
17 Jamal Byrd
6-2 200
5-11 207
So.
Sr.
Shreveport, LA
Tacoma, WA
WR 9
15
Jalen Robinette
Alex Ludowig
6-3 220
5-11 170
So.
Jr.
Bexley, OH
Katy, TX
CB
20 Gavin McHenry
13 Justin DeCoud
6-0 185
5-10 180
Jr.
Sr.
Parker, CO
Fontana, CA
Special Teams
Pronunciation Chart
10
28
98
54
74
30
43
13
32
65
25
15
91
84
48
74
6
58
70
Cody Apfel......................... AP-full
Kalon Baker....................... KAY-lun
Dillon Beschel ................... BESH-ull
Dylan Bungum .................. BUN-gum
Allen Caunitz ..................... KON-uts
Will Conant........................ COE-nant
Shayne Davern .................. DAV-ern
Justin DeCoud................... DAY-coo
Broam Hart........................ BRO-am
Michael Husar ................... HOO-sar
Roland Ladipo ................... LAD-uh-poh
Alex Ludowig .................... LUD-oh-wig
Drew Oehrle...................... OR-lee
Nelson Onwuzu................ ON-woo-ZE
Jacob Onyechi ................... OWN-nee-chee
Sevrin Remmo................... Remm-Oh
Nate Romine ..................... ROW-mine
Andrew Ruechel................ Reekle
Arinze Uzo-Okereke ........ ARE-ee
Ooz-OH-oh-care-uh-kay
Air Force Football
PK 30
94
Will Conant
Drew Oehrle
6-2 215
6-0 160
Sr.
Jr.
Edmond, OK
Indianapolis, IN
P
30
92
Will Conant
Brett Dunn
6-2 215
5-10 190
Sr.
Jr.
Edmond, OK
Sugar Land, TX
LS
66
76
Harrison Elliott
Andrew Gikas
6-3 240
6-3 225
Sr.
So.
Roswell, GA
Bloomfield Hills, MI
H
32
Brett Dunn
5-10 190
Jr.
Sugar Land, TX
PR 9
7
Jalen Robinette
Garrett Brown
6-3 220
5-9 175
So.
Jr.
Bexley, OH
Marietta, GA
KR 24
5
Jon Lee
Devin Rushing
5-10 195
5-10 180
Sr.
Jr.
Bethlehem, GA
Desoto, TX
17
Air Force Roster
Numerical
No Name
Pos.
Ht. Wt.
Yr.
Hometown (High School)
2
Jordan Mays
DB
6-1
190
Sr.
Apex, NC (Middle Creek)
2
Kale Pearson
QB
5-9
175
Sr.
Tulsa, OK (Tulsa Union)
3
D.J. Johnson
RB
5-9
227
So.
Roopville, GA (Carrollton)
4
Kalon Baker
DB
6-0
180
Jr.
Atlanta, GA (Arlington Christian)
5
Dexter Walker
LB
6-0
205
Jr.
5
Devin Rushing
RB
5-10 180
6
Connor Healy
LB
6-0
6
Nate Romine
QB
5-11 198
7
Garrett Brown
WR
5-9
8
Pate Davis
QB
8
Weston Steelhammer
9
Alphabetical
No Name
Pos.
47 Claude Alexander
LB
10 Cody Apfel
WR
4
Kalon Baker
DB
Lawrenceville, GA (Dacula)
11 Myles Barnes
WR
Jr.
Desoto, TX (Desoto)
98 Dillon Beschel
DL
Jr.
Castle Rock, CO (Mullen)
75 Luke Brantley
OL
So.
Upland, CA (Upland)
7
Garrett Brown
WR
175
Jr.
Marietta, GA (Pope)
6-0
187
So.
Aledo, TX (Aledo)
54 Dylan Bungum
DL
DB
6-2
200
So.
Shreveport, LA (Calvary Baptist Academy)
93 Samuel Byers
DL
Jalen Robinette
WR
6-3
220
So.
Bexley, OH (Bexley)
17 Jamal Byrd
DB
10
Cody Apfel
WR
6-2
190
Jr.
Highland Village, TX (Marcus)
95 Riley Cannon
DL
11
Myles Barnes
WR
6-5
225
Jr.
Minneapolis, MN (Benilde-St. Margaret’s)
73 Allen Caunitz
OL
12
Zach Chubb
DB
5-11 160
So.
Rockmart, GA (Cedartown)
33 Aaron Clinton-Earl
RB
13
Justin DeCoud
DB
5-10 180
Sr.
Fontana, CA (Martin Luther King, Jr.)
30 Will Conant
SPC
14
Colton Huntsman
WR
5-10 185
Sr.
Cypress, TX (Cypress Woods)
15
Alex Ludowig
WR
5-11 170
Jr.
Katy, TX (Cinco Ranch)
43 Shayne Davern
RB
15
Eric Wermuth
DB
5-10 180
Jr.
Colorado Springs, CO (Classical Academy)
8
Pate Davis
QB
16
Karson Roberts
QB
6-0
195
Jr.
Houston, TX (Clear Lake)
13 Justin DeCoud
DB
17
Jamal Byrd
DB
5-11 207
Sr.
Tacoma, WA (Henry Foss)
12 Zach Chubb
DB
19
Brayden Hill
DB
5-10 190
So.
Honolulu, HI (Punahou)
46 Nate Dreslinski
TE
20
Gavin McHenry
DB
6-0
185
Jr.
Parker, CO (Chaparral)
92 Brett Dunn
SPC
21
Christian Spears
DB
5-9
195
Sr.
Grand Prairie, TX (Timberview)
34 Haji Dunn, Jr.
LB
22
Paco Solano
RB
5-11 210
Jr.
Houston, TX (College Park)
24
Jon Lee
WR
5-10 195
Sr.
Bethlehem, GA (Apalachee)
66 Harrison Elliott
SPC
25
Roland Ladipo
DB
5-10 185
So.
Pickerington, OH (Pickerington)
97 Nick Fitzgerald
DL
26
Tucker Hancock
WR
5-6
160
Sr.
Leander, TX (Leander)
42 Kristov George
LB
28
Jacobi Owens
RB
5-11 190
So.
Las Vegas, NV (Centennial)
76 Andrew Gikas
SPC
29
Hayes Linn
DB
6-0
175
So.
Cartersville, GA (Cartersville)
79 Robert Green
DL
30
Will Conant
SPC
6-2
215
Sr.
Edmond, OK (Edmond Memorial)
80 Garrett Griffin
TE
32
Broam Hart
RB
6-0
220
Sr.
Alvarado, TX (Alvarado)
52 Patrick Halloran
OL
33
Aaron Clinton-Earl
RB
5-10 210
Jr.
Milwaukee, WI (Sussux Hamilton)
34
Haji Dunn, Jr.
LB
6-3
240
So.
San Bernadino, CA (Pleasant Grove)
26 Tucker Hancock
WR
36
Spencer Proctor
LB
6-2
227
Sr.
Clarksville, TN (Northeast)
87 Alex Hansen
DL
39
Donnie Wharton
LB
6-0
215
Sr.
Brawley, CA (Brawley Union)
53 David Harris
DL
40
Ryan Watson
OLB
6-3
240
So.
Conyers, GA (Heritage)
32 Broam Hart
RB
41
Patrick Healy
LB
6-0
225
So.
Castle Rock, CO (Mullen)
6
Connor Healy
LB
42
Kristov George
LB
6-1
225
Jr.
Melissa, TX (Melissa)
41 Patrick Healy
LB
43
Shayne Davern
RB
5-11 245
So.
Carlsbad, CA (La Costa Canyon)
85 Marcus Hendricks
TE
44
Grant Ross
LB
6-1
212
Fr.
Houston, TX (Kashmere)
45
Josh Self
TE
6-2
225
So.
Coppell, TX (Coppell)
19 Brayden Hill
DB
46
Nate Dreslinski
TE
6-4
230
Sr.
Clinton, MI (Clinton)
83 Riley Huff
TE
47
Claude Alexander
LB
6-1
220
So.
Woodstock, GA (Woodstock)
14 Colton Huntsman
WR
48
Jacob Onyechi
LB
6-1
195
So.
Sugar Land, TX (I.H. Kempner)
65 Michael Husar, Jr.
OL
49
Joey Nichol
LB
6-1
230
Sr.
Austin, TX (Cedar Park)
3
D.J. Johnson
RB
51
Jordan Pierce
LB
6-1
215
Sr.
Athens, GA (Clarke Central)
63 David Jones
OL
52
Patrick Halloran
OL
6-4
255
So.
Fairfax, VA (W.T. Woodson)
Air Force Football
225
18
Air Force Roster
No Name
Pos.
Ht. Wt.
Yr.
Hometown (High School)
No Name
Pos.
53
David Harris
DL
6-0
255
So.
Cedar Hill, TX (Cedar Hill)
25 Roland Ladipo
DB
54
Dylan Bungum
DL
6-5
250
Sr.
Sargeant, IL (Triton)
24 Jon Lee
RB
56
Colin Sandor
OL
6-1
275
So.
Carmel, IN (Cathedral)
58
Andrew Ruechel
OL
6-1
268
Jr.
Buford, GA (Mill Creek)
82 Keith Link
TE
60
Jimmy Manuel
OL
6-3
285
Sr.
Eden Prairie, MN (Eden Prairie)
29 Hayes Linn
DB
63
David Jones
OL
6-0
250
Sr.
Hoover, AL (Spain Park)
15 Alex Ludowig
WR
64
Patrick Noyes
OL
6-0
282
Sr.
Raymore, MO (Raymore Peculiar)
60 Jimmy Manuel
OL
65
Michael Husar, Jr.
OL
6-0
278
Sr.
Chicago, IL (Mt. Carmel)
2
Jordan Mays
DB
66
Harrison Elliott
SPC
6-3
240
Sr.
Roswell, GA (Roswell)
20 Gavin McHenry
DB
70
Ari Uzo-Okereke
OL
6-5
280
Jr.
Ladera Ranch, CA (San Juan Hills)
49 Joey Nichol
LB
72
Matt Rochell
OL
6-3
270
Jr.
McDonough, GA (Eeagles Landing Christian Academy)
73
Allen Caunitz
OL
6-4
264
So.
Colleyville, TX (Grapevine)
64 Patrick Noyes
OL
74
Sevrin Remmo
OL
6-3
240
Jr.
Boulder, CO (Fairview)
94 Drew Oehrle
SPC
75
Luke Brantley
OL
6-4
250
Jr.
Menlo, GA (Chatooga)
84 Nelson Onwuzu
WR
76
Andrew Gikas
SPC
6-3
225
So.
Bloomfield Hills, MI (Lahser)
48 Jacob Onyechi
LB
79
Robert Green
DL
6-2
245
Sr.
Mansfield, TX (Mansfield Legacy)
28 Jacobi Owens
RB
80
Garrett Griffin
TE
6-4
225
Jr.
Louisburg, KS (Louisburg)
2
Kale Pearson
QB
82
Keith Link
TE
6-3
230
Sr.
Highlands Ranch, CO (Rock Canyon)
51 Jordan Pierce
LB
83
Riley Huff
TE
6-3
225
Jr.
Edmond, OK (Edmond Memorial)
84
Nelson Onwuzu
WR
5-11 175
Jr.
Tyler, TX (Chapel Hill)
36 Spencer Proctor
LB
85
Marcus Hendricks
TE
6-6
240
Sr.
Folsom, CA (Folsom)
74 Sevrin Remmo
OL
87
Alex Hansen
DL
6-3
260
Jr.
Oak Forest, IL (Oak Forest)
16 Karson Roberts
QB
91
Troy Timmerman
DL
6-2
260
Sr.
Florence, KY (Covington Catholic)
9
WR
92
Brett Dunn
SPC
5-10 190
Jr.
Sugar Land, TX (Fort Bend Clements)
72 Matt Rochell
OL
93
Samuel Byers
DL
6-5
257
So.
Kingston, WA (Kingston)
6
QB
94
Drew Oehrle
SPC
6-0
160
Jr.
Indianapolis, IN (Roncalli)
95
Riley Cannon
DL
6-4
260
Sr.
Johnstown, OH (Johnstown-Monroe)
97
Nick Fitzgerald
DL
6-4
265
Sr.
Flower Mound, TX (Marcus)
98
Dillon Beschel
DL
6-5
260
Sr.
Spokane, WA (Joel E. Ferris)
Pronunciation Chart
10
28
98
54
74
30
43
13
32
65
25
15
91
84
48
74
6
58
70
Air Force Football
Cody Apfel......................... AP-full
Kalon Baker....................... KAY-lun
Dillon Beschel ................... BESH-ull
Dylan Bungum .................. BUN-gum
Allen Caunitz ..................... KON-uts
Will Conant........................ COE-nant
Shayne Davern .................. DAV-ern
Justin DeCoud................... DAY-coo
Broam Hart........................ BRO-am
Michael Husar ................... HOO-sar
Roland Ladipo ................... LAD-uh-poh
Alex Ludowig .................... LUD-oh-wig
Drew Oehrle...................... OR-lee
Nelson Onwuzu................ ON-woo-ZE
Jacob Onyechi ................... OWN-nee-chee
Sevrin Remmo................... Remm-Oh
Nate Romine ..................... ROW-mine
Andrew Ruechel................ Reekle
Arinze Uzo-Okereke ........ ARE-ee
Ooz-OH-oh-care-uh-kay
Jalen Robinette
Nate Romine
44 Grant Ross
LB
58 Andrew Ruechel
OL
5
RB
Devin Rushing
56 Colin Sandor
OL
45 Josh Self
TE
22 Paco Solano
RB
21 Christian Spears
DB
8
DB
Weston Steelhammer
91 Troy Timmerman
DL
70 Ari Uzo-Okereke
OL
5
LB
Dexter Walker
40 Ryan Watson
OLB
15 Eric Wermuth
DB
39 Donnie Wharton
LB
19
Air Force Player Notes
Quarterbacks
2
6
Kale Pearson
5-9, 175, Sr.
Tulsa, OK (Tulsa Union)
Nate Romine
5-11, 198, So.
Upland, CA (Upland)
Notes: 8-2 career record as a starter ... would be second in the MW in passing efficiency with a 164.7 mark, but lacks to
attempt to qualify ... second on the team in rushing with 478 yards and five TDs (tied for team lead) ... hit 5-6 passes for
115 yards and a TD vs. UNLV ... career-long 59-yard TD pass ... also caught a 41-yard pass and rushed for 67 yards and
a TD on 15 carries ... hit 8-12 passes for 141 yards and two TDs at Army ... hit 5-9 passes for 159 yards and a TD vs.
New Mexico ... connected on a career-long 63 yard pass to set up a TD ... hit 9-18 passes for 169 yards vs. Utah State ...
hit 11-16 passes for 112 yards and a career-high three TD passes vs. Navy ... had 61 yards rushing on 13 carries ... three
TD passes tie as the sixth most in school history and are the most since 2011 ... clinched the game with a 13-yard TD
pass on fourth-and-two in final minute ... career highs with 20 carries for 127 yards rushing vs. Boise St ... had a careerlong run of 42 yards ... also hit 5-11 passes for 48 yards and a TD ... hit 12 of 15 passes for 224 yards and two TDs vs.
Georgia State ... also added a career-best two touchdown runs ... career highs in three passing categories at Wyoming,
hitting 17 of 32 passes for 226 yards ... his 226-yard effort is the most by a Falcon since Shaun Carney threw for 237 at
Navy on Sept. 29, 2007 ... in the two games vs. Georgia State and Wyoming, combined to hit 29 of 47 passes (.617) for
450 yards and two TDs ... 450 yards in consecutive weeks is the most by a Falcon in the option era (1980-present) and
most since Dave Ziebart threw for 457 in 1978 (186 vs. Holy Cross, 271 vs. Kansas State).
Notes: Played in three games ... hit 6-11 passes for 55 yards and an INT vs. Utah State ... rushed once for 23 yards vs.
Nicholls State.
Running Backs
28
5
43
3
Jacobi Owens
5-11, 190, So.
Las Vegas, NV (Centennial)
Devin Rushing
5-10, 180, Jr.
Desoto, TX (Desoto)
Shayne Davern
5-11, 245, So.
Carlsbad, CA (La Costa Canyon)
D.J. Johnson
5-9, 227, So.
Roopville, GA (Carrollton)
Notes: Third in the MW and 17th nationally in rushing with a 109.8 avg ... 100-plus yards rushing in five games, Falcons are 5-0 when he rushes for 100 yards ... led the team in rushing in seven of nine games ... needs 12 yards rushing
to hit 1,000-yard mark ... would be just third sophomore in AFA history to do ... rushed for 135 yards and a TD vs.
UNLV in return to home state ... team-best 118 yards on a career-high 27 carries at Army ... 64 yards on 16 carries vs.
New Mexico ... team-best 54 yards on 14 carries at Utah State ... 23 carries for 78 yards vs. Navy ... 24 carries for 108
yards and TD vs. Boise State ... 25 carries for 122 yards and career-best two TDs at GA St. ... rushed for 233 yards on
23 carries vs. Nicholls, setting a school record for rushing yards by a Falcon making his first-career start ... averaged
10.1 yards per carry ... his 233 yards are the seventh most in AFA history and second most by a sophomore (Dee
Dowis, 241 vs. Utah in 1987).
Notes: Fourth on team in rushing with 217 yards and 2 TDs ... seven carries for 25 yards at UNLV ... one carry for
four yards at Army ... one carry for four yards vs. New Mexico ... two carries for nine yards at Utah State ... four
carries for 21 yards vs. Navy ... six carries for 35 yards vs. Boise State ... eight carries for 49 yards at GA St ... second
on the team in rushing with 55 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries vs. Nicholls State ... two TDs marked his
first-career multi-TD game ... two carries for nine yards at Wyoming.
Notes: Played in seven games, missing two due to injury ... third on the team in rushing with 247 yards and three
TDs ... rushed for 58 yards and a TD on 17 carries at UNLV ... rushed for 55 yards on 11 carries at Army with a long
run of 19 yards, the second-longest of his career ... career highs with 16 carries for 85 yards vs. New Mexico ... averaged 5.3 yards per carry ... nine carries for 27 yards and a TD vs. Nicholls ... four carries for 17 yards and a TD vs.
Utah State.
Notes: Missed the first two games and most of fall practices with an injury ... returned to the lineup at GA State ...
rushed for 30 yards on seven carries ... had a long run of 20 yards ... first-career start vs. Boise State, rushing for four
yards on two carries ... career highs of 15 carries for 51 yards and three TDs vs. New Mexico ... three TDs the most by
a Falcon this season and most by a fullback since Mike DeWitt had four at New Mexico in 2011 ... 16 yards on four
carries at Army ... rushed for 24 yards and two TDs on six carries at UNLV.
Receivers / Tight Ends
7
9
80
Garrett Brown
5-9, 175, Jr.
Marietta, GA (Pope)
Jalen Robinette
6-3, 220, So.
Bexley, OH (Bexley)
Garrett Griffin
6-4, 225, Jr.
Louisburg, KS (Louisberg)
Air Force Football
Notes: Second on the team in receptions with 23 and receiving yards with 349 ... team-best five TD catches ... has
caught a pass in 14 straight games, the longest active streak on the team ... DNP at UNLV due to injury ... one catch
for a career-long 63 yards to set up a TD vs. New Mexico ... two catches for 25 yards at Utah State ... three catches
for 73 yards and a career-best-tying two TDs vs. Navy ... scored on a 54 yard catch and on a 13-yarder in the final
minute ... three catches for 28 yards and TD vs. Boise State ... career-highs in all receiving categories at GA St. with
six catches for 96 yards and 2 TDs ... also had four carries for a career-best 62 yards and a career-long run of 42 yds ...
career-best 158 all-purpose yds ... career highs in rush attempts at Wyoming with nine for 17 yards ... six catches for
51 yards at Wyoming.
Notes: Leads the team in receiving with 30 catches for 606 yards ... averaging 20.2 yards per catch ... fifth in the MW
in receiving with an average of 67.3 yards per game ... two 100-yard receiving games, first Falcon with multiple 100yard games since Jason Brown had three in 2005 ... at least one catch in 10 straight games, second longest active streak
on the team ... two catches for 81 yards and a TD at UNLV ... scored on a career-long 59 yard catch ... three catches
for 50 yards at Army ... four catches for 96 yards and his first TD of the season vs. New Mexico ... scored on a 50-yard
catch ... four catches for 105 yards and a career-long 58 yard reception at Utah State ... career-best-tying five catches
for 36 yards vs. Navy ... also completed a 54 yard TD pass, the first pass of his career ... first-career 100-yard game with
4 catches for career-high 118 yards at GA St ... career-best five catches for 96 yards at Wyoming.
Notes: Third on the team in receiving with 13 catches for 209 yards ... second on the team with three receiving TDs
... two catches for 56 yards and career-high two TDs at Army ... caught TD passes from 54 and two yards ... named
collegefootballperformance.com honorable mention TE of the week vs. Army ... career highs of four catches and 59
yards at Utah State ... two catches for 51 yards and a TD vs. Navy ... also had a career-long catch of 48 yards ... named
collegefootballperformanceawards.com national TE of the week vs. Navy ... three catches for 30 yards at Wyoming.
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Air Force Player Notes
Defensive Line
87
40
91
53
97
Alex Hansen
6-3, 260, Jr.
Oak Forest, IL (Oak Forest)
Ryan Watson
6-3, 240, So.
Conyers, GA (Heritage)
Troy Timmerman
6-2, 260, Sr.
Florence, KY (Covington Catholic)
David Harris
6-0, 255, So.
Cedar Hill, TX (Cedar Hill)
Nick Fitzgerald
6-4, 265, Sr.
Flower Mound, TX (Marcus)
Notes: Leads all DL on team with 36 total tackles ... tied for second on the team in TFL with 8.5 ... also has 3.5 sacks
which is second on the team ... has a streak of seven straight games with at least one tackle for loss ... active career
leader in TFL with 19.5 and sacks with 7.5 ... six tackles and 2.0 TFL at UNLV, including a sack ... three tackles and a
TFL at Army ... six tackles and a sack vs. New Mexico ... career- and team-high 10 tackles at Utah State ... also had a
tackle for loss ... three tackles and a tackle for loss vs. Navy ... one tackle and a sack vs. Boise State ... one tackle and a
half sack at GA St ... 5 tackles and a TFL at Wyoming ... one tackle and a blocked PAT vs. Nicholls ... the blocked PAT
is the third block of his career, all PATS (two vs. UNLV last season).
Notes: Has 12 total tackles, 3.0 TFL and 2.0 sacks on the year ... three tackles and a sack at UNLV ... career-high six
tackles vs. Navy ... also had a sack and a tackle for loss ... two tackles vs. Boise State ... one TFL at GA St.
Notes: Two tackles at UNLV ... three tackles and a sack at Army ... season-high six tackles vs. Utah State ... also had
two TFL and forced and recovered fumble vs. the Aggies ... four tackles vs. Navy ... one tackle and a fumble recovery
vs. Boise State ... one tackle and a half sack at GA St ... two tackles at Wyoming ... tied for fourth in the conference in
fumble recoveries with .22 per game.
Notes: Three tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss at UNLV ... one tackle at Army ... one tackles at Utah State ... one tackle
vs. Navy ... career-high four tackles vs. Boise State.
Notes: One tackle at UNLV ... four tackles at Army ... two tackles vs. New Mexico ... four tackles, a TFL and a fumble
recovery vs. Navy ... three tackles and a TFL vs. Boise State ... one tackle and a pass breakup at GA St ... two tackles
and a TFL at Wyoming ... recorded two tackles, including a sack for 10 yards vs. Nicholls ... second among DL in
tackles for loss with 3.5 on the season.
Linebackers
36
49
6
51
5
Spencer Proctor
6-2, 227, Sr.
Clarksville, TN (Northeast)
Joey Nichol
6-1, 230, Sr.
Austin, TX (Cedar Park)
Connor Healy
6-0, 225, Jr.
Castle Rock, CO (Mullen)
Jordan Pierce
6-1, 215, Sr.
Athens, GA (Clarke Central)
Dexter Walker
6-0, 205, Jr.
Lawrenceville, GA (Dacula)
Air Force Football
Notes: Four tackles at UNLV ... has 5.5 tackles for loss his last three games had a streak of four straight games with a
TFL snapped at UNLV ... six tackles and a career-best three TFL, including one sack, at Army ... six tackles vs. New
Mexico ... also had a then-career-high 2.5 TFL and a sack ... season-high-tying six tackles, a sack and 1. 5 tackles for
loss vs. Utah State ... five tackles and a TFL vs. Navy ... one tackle vs. Boise State ... recorded three tackles at GA St ...
three tackles at Wyoming ... three solo tackles, including a TFL for two yards vs. Nicholls.
Notes: Missed the last eight games due to injury ... three tackles vs. Nicholls ... missed the second half with an injury
... third on the team in tackles with 80 last season ... among the league leaders in tackles last year before injury forced
him to miss final three games.
Notes: Second on the team in tackles with 64 ... has 3.5 TFL and 2.0 sacks ... has forced and recovered a fumble ...
three tackles at UNLV ... second on the team with eight tackles and a TFL at Army ... career-high 14 tackles vs. New
Mexico ... 14 stops are the most by a Falcon this season ... four tackles vs. Utah State ... career-highs of nine tackles
and 1.5 tackles for loss vs. Navy ... four tackles and a forced and recovered fumble vs. Boise State ... 8 tackles and a
sack at GA St ... led the team with eight tackles vs. Nicholls in his first-career start ... first time he’s led the team in
tackles in his career.
Notes: Leads team and is fifth in the MW in tackles with a 9.0 per-game avg ... leads the MW and tied for eighth
nationally in TFLs with 1.56 per game ... sixth in the MW in sacks (.56) and tied for ninth in INTs (.22) ... has at least
one TFL in seven straight games ... team-best 11 tackles and 2.0 TFL at UNLV ... team-best 10 tackles, 2.5 tackles for
loss and 2.0 sacks at Army ... seven tackles and a TFL at Utah State ... started last seven games, leading team in tackles
in five of them ... 11 tackles and a TFL vs. New Mexico ... 10 tackles, an INT and a TFL vs. Boise State ... 10 tackles,
a sack and his first-career INT at GA St ... team-best eight tackles at Wyoming ... also had a career-best three TFLs,
which is the most by a Falcon since 2012 ... 11 career starts, average of 11.0 tackles and eight games with 10 or more.
Notes: Played in eight games ... three tackles at UNLV ... three tackles and a pass breakup at Army ... missed the New
Meixco game due to injury ... three tackles and a TFL vs. Utah State ... season-best seven tackles and a sack vs. Navy
... four tackles and a forced fumble vs. Boise State ... 5 tackles and a pass breakup at GA St ... two tackles at Wyoming
... four total tackles vs. Nicholls ... moved from safety to OLB during the spring.
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Air Force Player Notes
Defensive Backs
2
21
8
17
13
Jordan Mays
6-1, 190, Sr.
Apex, NC (Middle Creek)
Christian Spears
5-9, 185, Sr.
Grand Prairie, TX (Timberview)
Weston Steelhammer
6-2, 200, So.
Shreveport, LA (C.B. Academy)
Jamal Byrd
5-11, 207, Sr.
Tacoma, WA (Henry Foss)
Notes: Missed the New Mexico game due to injury ... three tackles vs. Navy, returning to action after missing last two
games due to injury ... two tackles at Wyoming ... two tackles vs. Nicholls.
Notes: Three tackles and a pass breakup at UNLV ... two tackles and a forced fumble at Army ... season-high eight
tackles vs. New Mexico ... one pass breakup vs. Utah State ... three tackles and a pass breakup at GA St ... six tackles at
Wyoming ... first-career start vs. Nicholls ... recorded two tackles ... played in 11 games last season.
Gavin McHenry
Notes: One tackle at Army ... two tackles and a 28-yard fumble return vs. New Mexico ... season-best seven tackles
and a TFL vs. Utah State ... two tackles and a pass breakup vs. Navy ... first start of the season vs. Boise State ...
finished with six tackles and first-career INT ... two tackles and a pass breakup at GA St ... two tackles at Wyoming ...
two tackles vs. Nicholls.
6-0, 185, Jr.
Parker, CO (Chaparral)
Specialists
30
Notes: Third on the team in tackles with 58 ... has 1.5 TFL and four pass breakups ... seven tackles at UNLV ... five
tackles at Army ... four tackles and a pass breakup vs. New Mexico ... eight tackles, a TFL and three pass breakups at
Utah State ... season-best 10 tackles an INT and a TFL vs. Navy ... INT was in the end zone ...named MW defensive
POW for his efforts ... seven tackles vs. Boise State ... six tackles at GA St ... five tackles at Wyoming ... recorded six
tackles, including a team-best five unassisted stops, vs. Nicholls ... led the team in tackles with 92 last season ... also
led the team in INTs with two.
Notes: Tied for fourth in the MW in INTs with a .33 per-game average (3 total) ... tied for fifth in the MW in fumbles
recoveries with a .22 average ... two tackles at UNLV ... one tackle and a fumble recovery at Army ... five tackles,
a TFL and a fumble recovery vs. New Mexico ... five tackles at Utah State ... tied school record with three INTs vs.
Boise State ... also had a TFL and a sack ... 1st player with three picks since 2009 ... two tackles at GA State in his firstcareer start ... five tackles at Wyoming ... two tackles, both sacks for 13 yards, vs. Nicholls ... first sack was in the end
zone to force a safety ... first Falcon since 2008 to record a safety.
Justin DeCoud
5-10, 180, Sr.
Fontana, CA (ML King, Jr)
20
Notes: Three tackles and a pass breakup at UNLV ... two tackles vs. New Mexico ... four tackles at Utah State ... three
tackles and a tackle for loss vs. Navy ... four tackles vs. Boise State ... three tackles at GA St ... career-best five tackles
and a TFL at Wyoming ... two tackles vs. Nicholls in the first start of his career.
Will Conant
6-2, 215, Sr.
Edmond, OK (Memorial)
Air Force Football
Notes: Lou Groza Award semifinalist ... third in the conference and 36th nationally in punting with a 43.0 average ... has
a long punt of 64 yards and seven punts of 50 yard or longer ... has 12 punts downed inside the 20 ... leads the conference and ranks fifth nationally in field goal percentage at 93.8 (15-16) ... has hit 14 straight field goals since his only miss
of the season ... fifth in the conference and second among kickers in scoring with an 8.4 average ... leads the conference
and is 12th nationally in field goals with a 1.67 average ... tied for first in PATs kicking at 1.000, hitting all 31 attempts ...
the all-time leader at the Academy in career field goal percentage with an 897 mark, hitting 26 of 29 field goals ... career
.985 extra point percentage is the fourth-best at the Academy ... tied for school record in career 50-yard field goals with
five ... six games this season with multiple FGs in a game, including season bests three at Utah State and Army ... named
Mountain West special teams player of the week and collegefootballperformance.com honorable mention place kicer of
the week vs. Army.
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Air Force Falcons Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
*
*
*
*
*
Date
Aug 30, 2014
Sep 06, 2014
Sep 13, 2014
Sep 27, 2014
Oct 04, 2014
Oct 11, 2014
Oct 18, 2014
11/01/2014
Nov 08, 2014
Opponent
NICHOLLS COLONELS
at Wyoming
at Georgia State
BOISE STATE BRONCOS
NAVY MIDSHIPMEN
at Utah State
NEW MEXICO LOBOS
at Army
at UNLV
Rushing
gp
Passing
gp
OWENS, Jacobi
PEARSON, Kale
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Colto
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
HESTER, Scott
ROMINE, Nate
CLINTON-EARL, A
GALLAND, Matt
Total
Opponents
PEARSON, Kale
ROMINE, Nate
HUNTSMAN, Colto
TEAM
ROBINETTE, Jale
Total
Opponents
Receiving
ROBINETTE, Jale
BROWN, Garrett
GRIFFIN, Garret
LUDOWIG, Alex
OWENS, Jacobi
GALLAND, Matt
BARNES, Myles
LEE, Jon
PEARSON, Kale
HUNTSMAN, Colto
APFEL, Cody
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
OEHRLE, Drew
CONANT, Will
Scoring
CONANT, Will
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
PEARSON, Kale
OWENS, Jacobi
DAVERN, Shayne
GRIFFIN, Garret
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
HART, Broam
LUDOWIG, Alex
SOLANO, Paco
STEELHAMMER, We
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
Score by Quarters
Air Force Falcons
Opponents
9
9
7
9
8
7
7
5
7
9
1
3
1
3
9
9
9
3
5
7
9
9
9
gp
att
gain loss
td
effic comp-att-int
pct
yds
no.
yds
avg
pct. 01-19
fg
- 15-16
6 5 5 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 - - 0-1
34 15-17
25 8-11
1st
67
44
0-0
7-7
31-31
1-1
32-32
24-25
92
65
2
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
11
20-29
kick
2nd
td
20.2
15.2
16.1
12.8
1.0
18.5
8.0
6.0
41.0
17.0
9.0
16.4
13.5
td
lg avg/g
3rd
76
31
63 134.8
26 18.3
41
8.2
0
0.0
54
6.0
63 151.4
75 233.9
4th
50
58
Interceptions
STEELHAMMER, We
PIERCE, Jordan
MCHENRY, Gavin
SPEARS, Christi
lg avg/g
59 67.3
63 43.6
54 23.2
23
8.0
5
0.3
32 12.3
10
1.8
7
1.3
41
4.6
17
3.4
9
1.1
63 151.4
75 233.9
30-39
0-1
5-6
40-49
0-0
1-1
Punting
lg blk
0-0
2-2
0
50
0
0
Total
285
198
-
pts
- 76
- 38
- 30
- 30
- 30
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
1
2
1
1 285
- 198
0
0
no.
3
2
1
1
Punt Returns
no.
Kick Returns
no.
4
3
1
8
9
LEE, Jon
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
STEELHAMMER, We
DRESLINSKI, Nat
DAVERN, Shayne
Total
Opponents
All Purpose
OWENS, Jacobi
ROBINETTE, Jal
BROWN, Garrett
PEARSON, Kale
LEE, Jon
Total
Opponents
Total Offense
PEARSON, Kale
OWENS, Jacobi
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
Total
Opponents
Away
3-2
1-2
2-0
AF
201
136
55
10
2542
563
4.5
282.4
23
1363
83-139-3
9.8
16.4
151.4
11
3905
5.6
433.9
22-435
8-43
7-63
14-8
34-336
41-43.0
32:36
71/149
12/18
yds avg
1
62
0
0
0.3
31.0
0.0
0.0
lg
41 1763 43.0 64
BROWN, Garrett
ROBINETTE, Jale
ONYECHI, Jacob
Total
Opponents
50-99
Home
4-0
2-0
2-0
no. yds avg
CONANT, Will
- 1 - - 1-1
- - - - - - - - - - 1 1-1
- -
OT
Overall
7-2
3-2
4-0
Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-AVG
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
4TH-DOWN Conversions
lg avg/g
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
0-1
0-1
-
Record:
All games
Conference
Non-Conference
55 109.8
42 53.1
21 35.3
20 24.1
42 22.8
20 17.9
13 16.7
53 14.0
24
6.9
32
4.3
8 27.0
23
6.3
6 15.0
9
1.3
55 282.4
53 131.0
164.71 75-125-2
60.0 1213 10
78.36 6-11-1
54.5
55 0
444.40
1-1-0
100.0
41 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
883.60
1-1-0
100.0
54 1
163.88 83-139-3
59.7 1363 11
125.48 156-283-7 55.1 2105 11
0-1
0.0 0-0
15-16 93.8 0-0
td
net avg
Att.
32038
21246
16836
30012
37731
24037
25017
40479
13481
188 1014 26 988 5.3 5
127 581 103 478 3.8 5
60 249
2 247 4.1 3
40 217
0 217 5.4 2
32 206 24 182 5.7 1
36 127
2 125 3.5 5
31 118
1 117 3.8 1
5
72
2
70 14.0 0
7
48
0
48 6.9 1
6
49 10
39 6.5 0
5
27
0
27 5.4 0
6
24
5
19 3.2 0
3
15
0
15 5.0 0
2
9
5
4 2.0 0
563 2756 214 2542 4.5 23
314 1403 224 1179 3.8 13
9 30 606
8 23 349
9 13 209
8
5
64
9
3
3
3
2
37
9
2
16
9
2
12
9
1
41
5
1
17
8
1
9
9 83 1363
9 156 2105
fg
Score
44-16
13-17
48-38
28-14
30-21
16-34
35-31
23-6
48-21
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
g
15
2
2
1
1
1
22
23
rush
7
yds avg
td
351
37
31
0
12
4
435
487
rcv
g plays
5.5
2.0
15.0
5.4
8.0
23.4
18.5
15.5
0.0
12.0
4.0
19.8
21.2
pr
1
56
0
0
tb
td
22
6
15
43
72
0
0
0
0
0
fc i20 50+ blk
8 12
0
lg
lg
44
22
18
0
12
4
44
37
kr
ir
pass
7
13
4
0
13
37
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6 31
22
0
0
0
0 351
43 435
72 487
rush
OPP
158
60
87
11
1179
314
3.8
131.0
13
2105
156-283-7
7.4
13.5
233.9
11
3284
5.5
364.9
23-487
9-72
3-54
9-7
39-370
49-39.7
27:24
44/131
10/23
lg
0
0
0
0
yds avg
9 988
3
9
0 606
8 182 349
9 478
41
9
39
12
9 2542 1363
9 1179 2105
9
9
7
9
8
9
9
td
Neutral
0-0
0-0
0-0
total avg/g
0 991 110.1
0 643 71.4
0 553 69.1
0 519 57.7
0 402 44.7
63 4446 494.0
54 3897 433.0
total avg/g
252 478 1213 1691 187.9
188 988
0 988 109.8
60 247
0 247 35.3
40 217
0 217 24.1
32 182
0 182 22.8
702 2542 1363 3905 433.9
597 1179 2105 3284 364.9
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Air Force Falcons Overall Team Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Team Statistics
SCORING
Points Per Game
Points Off Turnovers
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
KICKOFFS-Yards
Average Per Kick
Net kick average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
Score by Quarters
Air Force Falcons
Opponents
1st 2nd
67
44
92
65
3rd
76
31
4th
50
58
OT
0
0
Total
285
198
AF
OPP
285
31.7
83
201
136
55
10
2542
2756
214
563
4.5
282.4
23
1363
83-139-3
9.8
16.4
151.4
11
3905
702
5.6
433.9
22-435
8-43
7-63
19.8
5.4
9.0
14-8
34-336
37.3
41-1763
43.0
37.8
56-3524
62.9
40.8
32:36
71/149
48%
12/18
67%
28-152
0
34
15-17
0-0
(39-45) 87%
(27-45) 60%
(32-32) 100%
124798
4/31200
198
22.0
98
158
60
87
11
1179
1403
224
314
3.8
131.0
13
2105
156-283-7
7.4
13.5
233.9
11
3284
597
5.5
364.9
23-487
9-72
3-54
21.2
8.0
18.0
9-7
39-370
41.1
49-1943
39.7
36.7
41-2460
60.0
37.8
27:24
44/131
34%
10/23
43%
9-55
-7
25
8-11
0-2
(22-27) 81%
(16-27) 59%
(24-25) 96%
116079
5/23216
0/0
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Air Force Falcons Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Rushing
OWENS, Jacobi
PEARSON, Kale
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Colto
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
HESTER, Scott
ROMINE, Nate
CLINTON-EARL, A
GALLAND, Matt
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Passing
PEARSON, Kale
ROMINE, Nate
TEAM
HUNTSMAN, Colto
ROBINETTE, Jale
Total
Opponents
Receiving
ROBINETTE, Jale
BROWN, Garrett
GRIFFIN, Garret
LUDOWIG, Alex
OWENS, Jacobi
GALLAND, Matt
BARNES, Myles
LEE, Jon
PEARSON, Kale
HUNTSMAN, Colto
APFEL, Cody
Total
Opponents
gp
9
9
7
9
8
7
7
5
7
9
1
3
1
3
7
9
9
gp
9
3
7
5
9
9
9
gp
att
gain loss
net avg td
188 1014 26 988 5.3 5
127 581 103 478 3.8 5
60 249
2 247 4.1 3
40 217
0 217 5.4 2
32 206 24 182 5.7 1
36 127
2 125 3.5 5
31 118
1 117 3.8 1
5
72
2
70 14.0 0
7
48
0
48 6.9 1
6
49 10
39 6.5 0
5
27
0
27 5.4 0
6
24
5
19 3.2 0
3
15
0
15 5.0 0
2
9
5
4 2.0 0
15
0 34 -34 -2.3 0
563 2756 214 2542 4.5 23
314 1403 224 1179 3.8 13
effic comp-att-int
pct
lg avg/g
Punt Returns
55
42
21
20
42
20
13
53
24
32
8
23
6
9
0
55
53
BROWN, Garrett
ROBINETTE, Jale
ONYECHI, Jacob
Total
Opponents
yds td
164.71 75-125-2 60.0 1213 10
78.36 6-11-1
54.5
55 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
444.40
1-1-0
100.0
41 0
883.60
1-1-0
100.0
54 1
163.88 83-139-3 59.7 1363 11
125.48 156-283-7 55.1 2105 11
avg
td
lg avg/g
9 30 606 20.2
8 23 349 15.2
9 13 209 16.1
8
5
64 12.8
9
3
3 1.0
3
2
37 18.5
9
2
16 8.0
9
2
12 6.0
9
1
41 41.0
5
1
17 17.0
8
1
9 9.0
9 83 1363 16.4
9 156 2105 13.5
no.
yds
2
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
11
59
63
54
23
5
32
10
7
41
17
9
63
75
67.3
43.6
23.2
8.0
0.3
12.3
1.8
1.3
4.6
3.4
1.1
151.4
233.9
109.8
53.1
35.3
24.1
22.8
17.9
16.7
14.0
6.9
4.3
27.0
6.3
15.0
1.3
-4.9
282.4
131.0
lg avg/g
63
26
0
41
54
63
75
134.8
18.3
0.0
8.2
6.0
151.4
233.9
Interceptions
STEELHAMMER, We
PIERCE, Jordan
SPEARS, Christi
MCHENRY, Gavin
Total
Opponents
no.
4
3
1
8
9
no.
3
2
1
1
7
3
yds avg td
22
6
15
43
72
lg
0
0
0
0
0
13
4
0
13
37
yds avg td
lg
1
62
0
0
63
54
5.5
2.0
15.0
5.4
8.0
0.3
31.0
0.0
0.0
9.0
18.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
56
0
0
56
31
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg td
lg
LEE, Jon
ROBINETTE, Jale
RUSHING, Devin
DRESLINSKI, Nat
STEELHAMMER, We
DAVERN, Shayne
Total
Opponents
15
2
2
1
1
1
22
23
351
31
37
12
0
4
435
487
44
18
22
12
0
4
44
37
Fumble Returns
no.
yds avg td
MCHENRY, Gavin
Total
Opponents
1
1
1
23.4
15.5
18.5
12.0
0.0
4.0
19.8
21.2
28 28.0
28 28.0
42 42.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
lg
28
28
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Air Force Falcons Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Scoring
td
CONANT, Will
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
OWENS, Jacobi
PEARSON, Kale
GRIFFIN, Garret
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
SOLANO, Paco
HART, Broam
LUDOWIG, Alex
STEELHAMMER, We
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
6
5
5
5
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
34
25
Field Goals
fg
fg
kick
15-16 31-31
0-1
1-1
15-17 32-32
8-11 24-25
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
0-1
0-1
-
pct. 01-19 20-29
0-0
7-7
- 1 - - - 1-1
- - - - - - - - - 1 1-1
- -
-
30-39
40-49
50-99
0-1
5-6
0-0
1-1
0-0
2-2
OEHRLE, Drew
CONANT, Will
0-1
0.0 0-0
15-16 93.8 0-0
FG Sequence
Air Force Falcons
Opponents
Nicholls Colonels
Wyoming
Georgia State
Boise State Broncos
Navy Midshipmen
Utah State
New Mexico Lobos
Army
UNLV
35
(50),39,(32)
(22),(41)
(25),(21)
(22)
(27),(34),(22)
(38),(26),(50)
(39),(33)
(37)
(33)
(33)
46
38
(46),(35)
(28)
(42),41,(46)
-
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
pts
- 76
- 38
- 30
- 30
- 30
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
1
2
1
1 285
- 198
Total Offense
g plays
PEARSON, Kale
OWENS, Jacobi
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Colto
ROMINE, Nate
ROBINETTE, Jale
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
HESTER, Scott
CLINTON-EARL, A
GALLAND, Matt
TEAM
Total
Opponents
9
9
7
9
8
7
7
5
3
9
7
9
1
1
3
7
9
9
rush pass
total avg/g
252 478 1213 1691 187.9
188 988
0 988 109.8
60 247
0 247 35.3
40 217
0 217 24.1
32 182
0 182 22.8
36 125
0 125 17.9
31 117
0 117 16.7
6
70
41 111 22.2
17
19
55
74 24.7
1
0
54
54 6.0
7
48
0
48 6.9
6
39
0
39 4.3
5
27
0
27 27.0
3
15
0
15 15.0
2
4
0
4 1.3
16 -34
0 -34 -4.9
702 2542 1363 3905 433.9
597 1179 2105 3284 364.9
lg blk
Punting
no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
0
50
CONANT, Will
Total
Opponents
41 1763 43.0 64
41 1763 43.0 64
49 1943 39.7 61
Kickoffs
no. yds avg tb ob retn
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
56 3524 62.9 30
56 3524 62.9 30
41 2460 60.0 19
0
0
7 8 12 7
7 8 12 7
5 17 12 11
0
0
1
net ydln
2
2 21.2 40.8
1 19.8 37.8
24
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Air Force Falcons Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
All Purpose
g
rcv
pr
kr
OWENS, Jacobi
ROBINETTE, Ja
BROWN, Garrett
PEARSON, Kale
LEE, Jon
RUSHING, Devi
DAVERN, Shay
GRIFFIN, Garret
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Co
LUDOWIG, Alex
PIERCE, Jordan
SOLANO, Paco
GALLAND, Matt
HESTER, Scott
ROMINE, Nate
BARNES, Myles
ONYECHI, Jaco
CLINTON-EARL
DRESLINSKI, N
APFEL, Cody
STEELHAMME
TEAM
Total
Opponents
9 988
3
9
0 606
8 182 349
9 478
41
9
39
12
9 217
0
7 247
0
9
0 209
7 125
0
7 117
0
5
70
17
8
0
64
9
0
0
7
48
0
3
4
37
1
27
0
3
19
0
9
0
16
8
0
0
1
15
0
9
0
0
8
0
9
9
0
0
7 -34
0
9 2542 1363
9 1179 2105
rush
0
6
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
43
72
0
31
0
0
351
37
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
435
487
ir
total avg/g
0 991 110.1
0 643 71.4
0 553 69.1
0 519 57.7
0 402 44.7
0 254 28.2
0 251 35.9
0 209 23.2
0 125 17.9
0 117 16.7
0
87 17.4
0
64 8.0
62
62 6.9
0
48 6.9
0
41 13.7
0
27 27.0
0
19 6.3
0
16 1.8
0
15 1.9
0
15 15.0
0
12 1.3
0
9 1.1
1
1 0.1
0 -34 -4.9
63 4446 494.0
54 3897 433.0
The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Tackles
#
Defensive Leaders
51 PIERCE, Jordan
6
21
36
87
5
2A
8
20
13
91
97
48
40
53
98
95
17
25
29
4
10
39
41
34
49
12
47
85
18
14
79
99
94
24
2
6A
80
7
22
44
66
9
42
HEALY, Connor
SPEARS, Christi
PROCTOR, Spence
HANSEN, Alex
WALKER, Dexter
MAYS, Jordan
STEELHAMMER, We
MCHENRY, Gavin
DECOUD, Justin
TIMMERMAN, Troy
FITZGERALD, Nic
ONYECHI, Jacob
WATSON, Ryan
HARRIS, David
BESCHEL, Dillon
CANNON, Riley
BYRD, Jamal
LADIPO, Roland
LINN, Hayes
BAKER, Kalon
APFEL, Cody
WHARTON, Donnie
HEALY, Patrick
DUNN, Haji
NICHOL, Joey
CHUBB, Zach
ALEXANDER, Clau
HENDRICKS, Marc
HICKS, Brodie
HUNTSMAN, Colto
GREEN, Robert
LACY, Jalen
OEHRLE, Drew
LEE, Jon
PEARSON, Kale
ROMINE, Nate
GRIFFIN, Garret
BROWN, Garrett
SOLANO, Paco
ROSS, Grant
ELLIOTT, Harris
ROBINETTE, Jale
GEORGE, Kristov
Total
Opponents
gp
ua
Sacks
a
tot
tfl/yds
no-yds
9
43
38
9
27
37
9
39
19
9
22
15
9
12
24
8
18
13
9
22
7
9
18
11
9
17
9
9
20
4
9
10
10
9
10
9
8
4
10
8
6
6
9
6
5
9
5
4
9
4
4
6
4
3
9
5
2
9
3
2
6
2
3
8
1
3
4
3
1
7
1
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
7
1
1
9
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9 318 256
9 419 382
81
64
58
37
36
31
29
29
26
24
20
19
14
12
11
9
8
7
7
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
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1
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1
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574
801
14.0-55
3.5-17
1.5-1
8.5-19
8.5-24
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2.0-3
5.0-18
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3.5-16
3.5-20
0.5-4
3.0-9
2.5-15
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The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
SEASON
Rushing
gp
OWENS, Jacobi
PEARSON, Kale
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Colto
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
HESTER, Scott
ROMINE, Nate
CLINTON-EARL, A
GALLAND, Matt
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Passing
9
9
7
9
8
7
7
5
7
9
1
3
1
3
7
9
9
gp
PEARSON, Kale
ROMINE, Nate
HUNTSMAN, Colto
TEAM
ROBINETTE, Jale
Total
Opponents
Receiving
9
3
5
7
9
9
9
gp
ROBINETTE, Jale
BROWN, Garrett
GRIFFIN, Garret
LUDOWIG, Alex
OWENS, Jacobi
GALLAND, Matt
BARNES, Myles
LEE, Jon
PEARSON, Kale
HUNTSMAN, Colto
APFEL, Cody
Total
Opponents
att
CAREER
td
lg avg/g
gp
att
gain
loss
net
avg
td
lg
avg/g
188 1014 26 988 5.3 5
127 581 103 478 3.8 5
60 249
2 247 4.1 3
40 217
0 217 5.4 2
32 206 24 182 5.7 1
36 127
2 125 3.5 5
31 118
1 117 3.8 1
5
72
2
70 14.0 0
7
48
0
48 6.9 1
6
49 10
39 6.5 0
5
27
0
27 5.4 0
6
24
5
19 3.2 0
3
15
0
15 5.0 0
2
9
5
4 2.0 0
15
0 34 -34 -2.3 0
563 2756 214 2542 4.5 23
314 1403 224 1179 3.8 13
gain loss
55 109.8
42 53.1
21 35.3
20 24.1
42 22.8
20 17.9
13 16.7
53 14.0
24
6.9
32
4.3
8 27.0
23
6.3
6 15.0
9
1.3
0 -4.9
55 282.4
53 131.0
9
20
7
21
24
17
38
17
12
44
1
12
7
3
188
155
60
81
40
55
184
20
19
171
5
81
8
2
1014
677
249
401
242
200
748
145
94
1170
27
294
49
9
26
135
2
13
26
3
7
7
2
35
0
70
0
5
988
542
247
388
216
197
741
138
92
1135
27
224
49
4
5.3
3.5
4.1
4.8
5.4
3.6
4.0
6.9
4.8
6.6
5.4
2.8
6.1
2.0
5
7
3
3
2
6
8
2
1
9
0
3
0
0
55
42
21
20
42
20
27
53
24
52
8
23
12
9
109.8
27.1
35.3
18.5
9.0
11.6
19.5
8.1
7.7
25.8
27.0
18.7
7.0
1.3
effic comp-att-int
net avg
td
lg avg/g
gp
pct
yds
td
lg
avg/g
164.71 75-125-2
60.0 1213 10
78.36 6-11-1
54.5
55 0
444.40
1-1-0
100.0
41 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
883.60
1-1-0
100.0
54 1
163.88 83-139-3
59.7 1363 11
125.48 156-283-7 55.1 2105 11
63 134.8
26 18.3
41
8.2
0
0.0
54
6.0
63 151.4
75 233.9
20
12
17
141.67
128.01
444.40
92-162-6
50-92-2
1-1-0
56.8
54.3
100.0
1387
658
41
10
5
0
63
71
41
69.3
54.8
2.4
21
883.60
1-1-0
100.0
54
1
54
2.6
no.
pct
yds
effic comp-att-int
yds
avg
td
lg avg/g
gp
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
avg/g
9 30 606
8 23 349
9 13 209
8
5
64
9
3
3
3
2
37
9
2
16
9
2
12
9
1
41
5
1
17
8
1
9
9 83 1363
9 156 2105
20.2
15.2
16.1
12.8
1.0
18.5
8.0
6.0
41.0
17.0
9.0
16.4
13.5
2
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
11
59 67.3
63 43.6
54 23.2
23
8.0
5
0.3
32 12.3
10
1.8
7
1.3
41
4.6
17
3.4
9
1.1
63 151.4
75 233.9
21
24
32
26
9
3
19
44
20
17
8
46
43
26
11
3
2
6
9
1
5
1
897
591
372
150
3
37
57
62
41
44
9
19.5
13.7
14.3
13.6
1.0
18.5
9.5
6.9
41.0
8.8
9.0
5
6
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
59
63
54
31
5
32
20
18
41
17
9
42.7
24.6
11.6
5.8
0.3
12.3
3.0
1.4
2.0
2.6
1.1
pass
total avg/g
g
plays
rush
pass
total
avg/g
252 478 1213 1691 187.9
188 988
0 988 109.8
60 247
0 247 35.3
40 217
0 217 24.1
32 182
0 182 22.8
36 125
0 125 17.9
31 117
0 117 16.7
6
70
41 111 22.2
17
19
55
74 24.7
1
0
54
54
6.0
7
48
0
48
6.9
6
39
0
39
4.3
5
27
0
27 27.0
3
15
0
15 15.0
2
4
0
4
1.3
16 -34
0 -34 -4.9
702 2542 1363 3905 433.9
597 1179 2105 3284 364.9
20
9
7
21
24
17
38
17
12
21
12
44
1
7
3
317
188
60
81
40
55
184
21
173
1
19
171
5
8
2
542
988
247
388
216
197
741
138
224
0
92
1135
27
49
4
1387
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
658
54
0
0
0
0
0
1929
988
247
388
216
197
741
179
882
54
92
1135
27
49
4
96.4
109.8
35.3
18.5
9.0
11.6
19.5
10.5
73.5
2.6
7.7
25.8
27.0
7.0
1.3
Total Offense
g plays
PEARSON, Kale
OWENS, Jacobi
DAVERN, Shayne
RUSHING, Devin
BROWN, Garrett
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Colto
ROMINE, Nate
ROBINETTE, Jale
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
HESTER, Scott
CLINTON-EARL, A
GALLAND, Matt
TEAM
Total
Opponents
9
9
7
9
8
7
7
5
3
9
7
9
1
1
3
7
9
9
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All games
SEASON
Scoring
td
CONANT, Will
BROWN, Garrett
OWENS, Jacobi
JOHNSON, D.J.
PEARSON, Kale
DAVERN, Shayne
GRIFFIN, Garret
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
SOLANO, Paco
HART, Broam
LUDOWIG, Alex
STEELHAMMER, We
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
- 15-16
6 5 5 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 - - 0-1
34 15-17
25 8-11
Punt Returns
BROWN, Garrett
ROBINETTE, Jale
ONYECHI, Jacob
Total
Opponents
fg
no.
4
3
1
8
9
CAREER
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
kick
31-31
1-1
32-32
24-25
yds avg
22
6
15
43
72
0-1
0-1
-
- 1 - - - 1-1
- - - - - - - - - 1 1-1
- -
-
pts
- 76
- 38
- 30
- 30
- 30
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
1
2
1
1 285
- 198
td
fg
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
kick
- 26-29
8
5
6
7
3
4
3
5
1
8
2
- 0-1
67-68
2-2
0-1
0-1
-
- 1 - - - 1-1
- - - - - - - - - -
td
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
5.5
2.0
15.0
5.4
8.0
0
0
0
0
0
13
4
0
13
37
9
3
1
36
6
15
4.0
2.0
15.0
0
0
0
14
4
0
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg
td
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
LEE, Jon
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
DAVERN, Shayne
DRESLINSKI, Nat
STEELHAMMER, We
Total
Opponents
15
2
2
1
1
1
22
23
351
37
31
4
12
0
435
487
23.4
18.5
15.5
4.0
12.0
0.0
19.8
21.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
22
18
4
12
0
44
37
29
5
2
1
1
1
657
126
31
4
12
0
22.7
25.2
15.5
4.0
12.0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
42
18
4
12
0
Interceptions
no.
yds avg
STEELHAMMER, We
PIERCE, Jordan
MCHENRY, Gavin
SPEARS, Christi
Total
Opponents
Fumble Returns
MCHENRY, Gavin
Total
Opponents
td
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
0.3
31.0
0.0
0.0
9.0
18.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
56
0
0
56
31
3
2
1
4
1
62
0
54
0.3
31.0
0.0
13.5
0
0
0
0
1
56
0
21
no.
yds avg
td
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
1
1
1
28 28.0
28 28.0
42 42.0
0
0
1
28
28
43
1
28
28.0
0
28
3
2
1
1
7
3
1
62
0
0
63
54
-
1
-
pts
145
50
30
36
42
18
24
18
30
6
48
12
2
2
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All games
SEASON
rush
CAREER
All Purpose
g
rcv
pr
kr
OWENS, Jacobi
ROBINETTE, Jal
BROWN, Garrett
PEARSON, Kale
LEE, Jon
RUSHING, Devin
DAVERN, Shayn
GRIFFIN, Garret
JOHNSON, D.J.
HART, Broam
HUNTSMAN, Col
LUDOWIG, Alex
PIERCE, Jordan
SOLANO, Paco
GALLAND, Matt
HESTER, Scott
ROMINE, Nate
BARNES, Myles
CLINTON-EARL,
ONYECHI, Jacob
DRESLINSKI, Na
APFEL, Cody
STEELHAMMER
TEAM
Total
Opponents
9 988
3
9
0 606
8 182 349
9 478
41
9
39
12
9 217
0
7 247
0
9
0 209
7 125
0
7 117
0
5
70
17
8
0
64
9
0
0
7
48
0
3
4
37
1
27
0
3
19
0
9
0
16
1
15
0
8
0
0
9
0
0
8
0
9
9
0
0
7 -34
0
9 2542 1363
9 1179 2105
0
6
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
43
72
0
31
0
0
351
37
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
435
487
Field Goals
att good
CONANT, Will
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
16
1
17
11
15
0
15
8
ir
total avg/g
g
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
0 991 110.1
0 643 71.4
0 553 69.1
0 519 57.7
0 402 44.7
0 254 28.2
0 251 35.9
0 209 23.2
0 125 17.9
0 117 16.7
0
87 17.4
0
64
8.0
62
62
6.9
0
48
6.9
0
41 13.7
0
27 27.0
0
19
6.3
0
16
1.8
0
15 15.0
0
15
1.9
0
12
1.3
0
9
1.1
1
1
0.1
0 -34 -4.9
63 4446 494.0
54 3897 433.0
9
21
24
20
44
21
7
32
17
38
17
26
21
12
3
1
12
19
7
10
33
8
17
988
0
216
542
1135
388
247
27
197
741
138
0
0
92
4
27
224
0
49
0
0
0
0
3
897
591
41
62
5
0
372
0
0
44
150
0
0
37
0
0
57
0
0
0
9
0
0
6
36
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
31
0
0
657
126
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
62
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
991
934
843
583
1854
519
251
399
197
741
182
150
62
92
41
27
224
57
49
15
12
9
1
110.1
44.5
35.1
29.1
42.1
24.7
35.9
12.5
11.6
19.5
10.7
5.8
3.0
7.7
13.7
27.0
18.7
3.0
7.0
1.5
0.4
1.1
0.1
long
blkd
att
good
long
blkd
50
0
50
46
0
0
0
1
29
1
26
0
52
0
0
0
Punting
no. yds avg
CONANT, Will
Total
Opponents
41 1763 43.0 64
41 1763 43.0 64
49 1943 39.7 61
Kickoffs
no. yds avg
OEHRLE, Drew
Total
Opponents
56 3524 62.9 30
56 3524 62.9 30
41 2460 60.0 19
tb ob
2
2
1
lg blk
0
0
1
no.
yds
avg
lg
blk
41 1763
43.0
64
0
no.
yds
avg
tb
ob
58 3654
63.0
30
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Air Force Falcons Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
SEASON
## Defensive Leaders
51
6
21
36
87
5
2A
8
20
13
91
97
48
40
53
98
95
25
17
29
4
39
10
41
34
49
47
12
18
99
79
85
14
94
9
22
80
66
24
6A
7
2
44
42
PIERCE, Jordan
HEALY, Connor
SPEARS, Christi
PROCTOR, Spence
HANSEN, Alex
WALKER, Dexter
MAYS, Jordan
STEELHAMMER, We
MCHENRY, Gavin
DECOUD, Justin
TIMMERMAN, Troy
FITZGERALD, Nic
ONYECHI, Jacob
WATSON, Ryan
HARRIS, David
BESCHEL, Dillon
CANNON, Riley
LADIPO, Roland
BYRD, Jamal
LINN, Hayes
BAKER, Kalon
WHARTON, Donnie
APFEL, Cody
HEALY, Patrick
DUNN, Haji
NICHOL, Joey
ALEXANDER, Clau
CHUBB, Zach
HICKS, Brodie
LACY, Jalen
GREEN, Robert
HENDRICKS, Marc
HUNTSMAN, Colto
OEHRLE, Drew
ROBINETTE, Jale
SOLANO, Paco
GRIFFIN, Garret
ELLIOTT, Harris
LEE, Jon
ROMINE, Nate
BROWN, Garrett
PEARSON, Kale
ROSS, Grant
GEORGE, Kristov
Total
Opponents
gp
ua
CAREER
a total
9 43 38 81
9 27 37 64
9 39 19 58
9 22 15 37
9 12 24 36
8 18 13 31
9 22
7 29
9 18 11 29
9 17
9 26
9 20
4 24
9 10 10 20
9 10
9 19
8
4 10 14
8
6
6 12
9
6
5 11
9
5
4
9
9
4
4
8
9
5
2
7
6
4
3
7
9
3
2
5
6
2
3
5
4
3
1
4
8
1
3
4
7
1
3
4
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
3
9
.
2
2
7
1
1
2
2
2
.
2
6
2
.
2
4
.
2
2
7
1
1
2
5
1
1
2
9
1
.
1
9
1
.
1
7
1
.
1
9
1
.
1
8
.
1
1
9
1
.
1
3
.
1
1
8
.
1
1
9
1
.
1
2
.
1
1
1
.
.
.
9 318 256 574
9 419 382 801
tfl sack int pbu
14.0
3.5
1.5
8.5
8.5
1.5
2.0
5.0
0.5
0.0
3.5
3.5
0.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
63
44
5.0
2.0
.
2.0
3.5
1.0
.
3.0
.
.
3.5
1.0
0.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
.
.
.
.
.
1.0
.
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28
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1 4
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3 1
1 3
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1
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2
1
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2
1
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.
1
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1
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1
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4
6
1
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gp
ua
a
21 68 71
25 40 49
34 130 111
37 63 57
34 55 53
32 84 49
27 26 12
17 22 14
31 72 32
32 45 15
23 14 17
47 38 56
10
4 10
19 19 15
19 17 18
19
6
6
32 13 14
21
7
3
26 26 18
18
7
6
17
2
4
15 14 10
8
1
3
7
1
3
3
1
2
18 57 38
9
.
2
7
1
1
2
2
.
6
2
.
8
8
7
31
1
1
17
2
4
11
1
.
21
2
.
12
1
.
32
4
1
32
.
1
44
4
3
12
.
1
24
.
1
20
1
.
2
.
1
8 10 10
total
tfl
139 18.0
89 4.0
241 5.0
120 13.5
108 19.5
133 6.0
38 2.0
36 5.0
104 0.5
60 0.0
31 4.0
94 9.5
14 0.5
34 5.5
35 5.0
12 3.0
27 1.5
10 0.0
44 0.0
13 0.0
6 0.0
24 1.0
4 0.0
4 0.0
3 0.0
95 9.5
2 0.0
2 0.0
2 0.0
2 0.0
15 3.0
2 0.0
6 0.0
1 0.0
2 0.0
1 0.0
5 0.0
1 0.0
7 0.0
1 0.0
1 0.0
1 0.0
1 0.0
20 2.0
sack int pbu
7.0
2.0
.
4.0
7.5
3.0
.
3.0
.
.
3.5
3.0
0.5
3.5
4.0
2.0
.
.
.
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.
1.0
.
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1.0
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1.0
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3
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ff blk
2
1
2
1
1
5
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The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Games Played (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
##
47
90
10
3R
4
11
3A
98
75
3W
7
54
93
17
95
73
12
38
33
30
69
43
13
46
27
92
34
66
97
23
42
79
80
52
26
87
53
32
6
41
85
4R
18
19
14
65
3
PLAYER
ALEXANDER, Clau
ALLEN, Reed
APFEL, Cody
BACKENSTOE, Wil
BAKER, Kalon
BARNES, Myles
BAXLEY, Thaddeu
BESCHEL, Dillon
BRANTLEY, Luke
BRONKAR, Cody
BROWN, Garrett
BUNGUM, Dylan
BYERS, Samuel
BYRD, Jamal
CANNON, Riley
CAUNITZ, Allen
CHUBB, Zach
CLEVELAND, Kell
CLINTON-EARL, A
CONANT, Will
DARLING, Daniel
DAVERN, Shayne
DECOUD, Justin
DRESLINSKI, Nat
DRISKELL, Bryan
DUNN, Brett
DUNN, Haji
ELLIOTT, Harris
FITZGERALD, Nic
GALLAND, Matt
GEORGE, Kristov
GREEN, Robert
GRIFFIN, Garret
HALLORAN, Patri
HANCOCK, Tucker
HANSEN, Alex
HARRIS, David
HART, Broam
HEALY, Connor
HEALY, Patrick
HENDRICKS, Marc
HESTER, Scott
HICKS, Brodie
HILL, Brayden
HUNTSMAN, Colto
HUSAR, Michael
JOHNSON, D.J.
GP-GS
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The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Games Played (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
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63
99
25
24
82
29
15
60
2A
20
49
64
94
48
28
2
51
36
74
16
9
72
6A
44
58
5R
56
22
21
8
91
70
67
5
40
39
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89
PLAYER
JONES, David
LACY, Jalen
LADIPO, Roland
LEE, Jon
LINK, Keith
LINN, Hayes
LUDOWIG, Alex
MANUEL, Jimmy
MAYS, Jordan
MCHENRY, Gavin
NICHOL, Joey
NOYES, Patrick
OEHRLE, Drew
ONYECHI, Jacob
OWENS, Jacobi
PEARSON, Kale
PIERCE, Jordan
PROCTOR, Spence
REMMO, Sevrin
ROBERTS, Karson
ROBINETTE, Jale
ROCHELL, Matt
ROMINE, Nate
ROSS, Grant
RUECHEL, Andrew
RUSHING, Devin
SANDOR, Colin
SOLANO, Paco
SPEARS, Christi
STEELHAMMER, We
TIMMERMAN, Troy
UZO-OKEREKE, Ar
VAIL, Dylan
WALKER, Dexter
WATSON, Ryan
WHARTON, Donnie
WILLIAMS, Tyler
WILSON, Jackson
ZUBERER, Grayso
GP-GS
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The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Game Superlatives (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
TD Rushes
Long Rush
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
TD Passes
Long Pass
Receptions
Yards Receiving
TD Receptions
Long Reception
Field Goals
Long Field Goal
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Punts inside 20
Long Punt Return
Long Kickoff Return
Tackles
Sacks
Tackles For Loss
Interceptions
27
233
3
55
32
17
226
3
63
6
6
118
2
2
2
63
3
3
50
50
9
51.5
64
3
13
44
14
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
3.0
3.0
3
OWENS, Jacobi at Army (11/01/2014)
OWENS, Jacobi vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
JOHNSON, D.J. vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
OWENS, Jacobi at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
PEARSON, Kale at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
PEARSON, Kale at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
PEARSON, Kale at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
PEARSON, Kale vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
PEARSON, Kale vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
BROWN, Garrett at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
BROWN, Garrett at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
ROBINETTE, Jale at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
BROWN, Garrett at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
BROWN, Garrett vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
GRIFFIN, Garret at Army (11/01/2014)
BROWN, Garrett vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
CONANT, Will at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
CONANT, Will at Army (11/01/2014)
CONANT, Will at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
CONANT, Will at Army (11/01/2014)
CONANT, Will vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
CONANT, Will vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
CONANT, Will at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
CONANT, Will at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
BROWN, Garrett vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
LEE, Jon at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
HEALY, Connor vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
STEELHAMMER, We vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
PIERCE, Jordan at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
TIMMERMAN, Troy at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
PIERCE, Jordan at Army (11/01/2014)
PIERCE, Jordan at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
PROCTOR, Spence at Army (11/01/2014)
STEELHAMMER, We vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Game Superlatives (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
Yards Per Rush
TD Rushes
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
Yards Per Pass
TD Passes
Total Plays
Total Offense
Yards Per Play
Points
Sacks By
First Downs
Penalties
Penalty Yards
Turnovers
Interceptions By
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Punts inside 20
Long Punt Return
78
539
7.4
6
32
17
226
22.3
4
85
558
7.1
48
48
5
5
31
9
109
4
5
9
51.5
64
3
13
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Nicholls Colonels (Aug 30, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Game Superlatives (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
TD Rushes
Long Rush
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
TD Passes
Long Pass
Receptions
Yards Receiving
TD Receptions
Long Reception
Field Goals
Long Field Goal
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Punts inside 20
Long Punt Return
Long Kickoff Return
Tackles
Sacks
Tackles For Loss
Interceptions
21
148
2
53
42
26
414
2
2
2
2
75
12
164
2
2
75
2
2
46
46
8
46.0
61
3
37
37
22
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
1
1
1
Reynolds, K, vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
PRESSLEY, J., vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
PRESSLEY, J., vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
Copeland, Noah, vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
Arbuckle, Nick, at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
Arbuckle, Nick, at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
Arbuckle, Nick, at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
KIRKEGAARD, C., at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
Arbuckle, Nick, at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
FINLEY, Ryan, vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
GARRETSON, Dare, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
GARRETSON, Dare, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
SHARP, Hunter, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
SHARP, Hunter, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
Blair, Lynquez, at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
SHARP, Hunter, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
SHARP, Hunter, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
DIAZ, Nick, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
Grochowski, D., at Army (11/01/2014)
DIAZ, Nick, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
Grochowski, D., at Army (11/01/2014)
WOOD, Ethan, at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
BENTRUDE, Jaron, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
YUNKER, Logan, at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
WALE, Sean, vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
WILLIAMS-RHODES, vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
SHARP, Hunter, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
VIGIL, Zach, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
STANTON, Jordan, at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
MERTENS,Patrick, at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
Cheridor, M., at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
SUTERA, Frankie, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
ROY, Tre'Von, vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
NEWMAN, Tevin, vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
Timpf, Jeremy, at Army (11/01/2014)
VIGIL, Zach, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
VIGIL, Nick, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
SUTERA, Frankie, at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
Jenkins, Josh, at Army (11/01/2014)
The Automated ScoreBook
Air Force Falcons Game Superlatives (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
Yards Per Rush
TD Rushes
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
Yards Per Pass
TD Passes
Total Plays
Total Offense
Yards Per Play
Points
Sacks By
First Downs
Penalties
Penalty Yards
Turnovers
Interceptions By
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Punts inside 20
Long Punt Return
55
367
7.1
3
3
58
30
414
10.0
2
2
2
2
87
532
7.8
38
2
2
2
26
9
80
7
2
8
44.6
61
3
37
vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
vs New Mexico Lobos (Oct 18, 2014)
at Georgia State (Sep 13, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
at Utah State (Oct 11, 2014)
at Wyoming (Sep 06, 2014)
vs Navy Midshipmen (Oct 04, 2014)
at UNLV (Nov 08, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
vs Boise State Broncos (Sep 27, 2014)
2014 Game-By-Game Starters
OFFENSE
Game
WR
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
QB
FB
TB
WR
Nicholls State
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Ruechel
Remmo
Pearson
Davern
Owens
Robine e
Wyoming
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Ruechel
Remmo
Pearson
Davern
Owens
Robine e
Georgia State
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Ruechel
Remmo
Pearson
Hart
Owens
Ludowig
Boise State
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Ruechel
Caunitz
Pearson
Johnson
Owens
Ludowig
Navy
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Sandor
Ruechel
Pearson
Hart
Owens
Robine e
Utah State
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Sandor
Ruechel
Pearson
Johnson
Owens
Robine e
New Mexico
Brown
Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Husar
Sandor
Ruechel
Pearson
Davern
Owens
Robine e
Army
Hendricks (TE) Griffin
Rochell
Noyes
Jones
Husar
Ruechel
Pearson
Davern
Owens
Robine e
UNLV
Lee
Rochell
Noyes
Jones
Husar
Ruechel
Pearson
Davern
Owens
Robine e
Griffin
Nevada
San Diego State
Colorado State
DEFENSE
Game
DE
NG
OLB
ILB
ILB
OLB
CB
CB
SS
FS
Nicholls State
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Nichol
C. Healy
Walker
DeCoud
Mays
Byrd
Spears
Wyoming
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
DeCoud
Mays
Byrd
Spears
Georgia State
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
DeCoud
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
Boise State
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
McHenry
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
Navy
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
McHenry
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
Utah State
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Prcotor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
McHenry
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
New Mexico
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Onyechi
McHenry
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
DE
Army
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
McHenry
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
UNLV
Hansen
Timmerman Fitzgerald
Proctor
Pierce
C. Healy
Walker
DeCoud
Mays
Steelhammer Spears
P
PK
H
LS
Nevada
San Diego State
Colorado State
SPECIAL TEAMS
Game
KO
KOR
KOR
PR
Nicholls State
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Wyoming
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Georgia State
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Boise State
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Navy
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Utah State
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Brown
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Conant
New Mexico
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Brown
Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Army
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Brown
Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
UNLV
Oehrle
Lee
Rushing
Robine e Conant
Conant
Dunn
Ellio
Nevada
San Diego State
Colorado State
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2014 Game-By-Game
RUSHING
OWENS, Jacobi RB
PEARSON, Kale QB
DAVERN, Shayne FB
RUSHING, Devin RB
BROWN, Garrett WR
JOHNSON, D.J. RB
HART, Broam RB
HUNTSMAN, Colto WR
SOLANO, Paco RB
LEE, Jon WR
HESTER, Scott RB
ROMINE, Nate QB
CLINTON-EARL, A RB
GALLAND, Matt WR
TEAM
No-Yds/TD
NICH
WY
GSU
BSU
NAVY
188-988/5 23-233/0 18-76/1 25-122/2 24-108/1 23-78/0
127-478/5
8-46/0 11-22/0
9-5/2 20-127/1 13-61/0
60-247/3
9-27/1
3-5/0
DNP
DNP
40-217/2
7-55/2
2-9/0
8-49/0
6-35/0
5-23/0
32-182/1
5-45/1
9-17/0
4-62/0
2-10/0
2-18/0
36-125/5
DNP
DNP
7-30/0
2-4/0
1-1/0
31-117/1
4-17/1
7-18/0 10-51/0
4-7/0
4-17/0
5-70/0
1-8/0
1-6/0
DNP
DNP
7-48/1
4-20/1
DNP
DNP
6-39/0
2-24/0
5-27/0
5-27/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
6-19/0
1-23/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
3-15/0
3-15/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-4/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
15--34/0
1--1/0
1--2/0
2--4/0
2--4/0
DNP
USU
14-54/0
20-43/0
4-17/1
3-13/0
4-9/0
1--1/0
DNP
1-24/0
DNP
4--4/0
DNP
DNP
NM
ARMY
LV
16-64/0 27-118/0 18-135/1
20-66/1 11-41/0 15-67/1
16-85/0 11-55/0 17-58/1
1-4/0
1-4/0
7-25/0
2-12/0
4-9/0
DNP
15-51/3 4-16/0
6-24/2
DNP
DNP
2-7/0
DNP
2-3/0
1-53/0
2-4/0
4-15/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-4/0
4--13/0
2--4/0
3--6/0
RECEIVING
ROBINETTE, Jale WR
BROWN, Garrett WR
GRIFFIN, Garret TE
LUDOWIG, Alex WR
PEARSON, Kale QB
GALLAND, Matt WR
HUNTSMAN, Colto WR
BARNES, Myles WR
LEE, Jon WR
APFEL, Cody WR
OWENS, Jacobi RB
No-Yds/TD
30-606/2
23-349/5
13-209/3
5-64/1
1-41/0
2-37/0
1-17/0
2-16/0
2-12/0
1-9/0
3-3/0
USU
4-105/0
2-25/0
4-59/0
1-12/0
1-5/0
DNP
1-6/0
2-12/0
-
NM
4-96/1
1-63/0
DNP
DNP
-
Air Force Football
NICH
2-13/0
1-6/0
-
WY
5-96/0
6-51/0
3-30/0
2-40/0
DNP
1-9/0
-
GSU
4-118/0
6-96/2
DNP
1-10/0
DNP
1-0/0
BSU
1-11/0
3-28/1
1-9/0
DNP
DNP
-
NAVY
5-36/0
3-73/2
2-51/1
1-1/1
DNP
DNP
1-5/0
ARMY
3-50/0
1-7/0
2-56/2
1-11/0
DNP
1-17/0
-
LV
2-81/1
DNP
1-4/0
DNP
1-41/0
1-32/0
1--2/0
40
2014 Game-By-Game
#2 PEARSON, Kale
Nicholls Colonels
Wyoming
Georgia State
Boise State Broncos
Navy Midshipmen
Utah State
New Mexico Lobos
Army
UNLV
TOTALS
Comp
3
17
12
5
11
9
5
8
5
75
Att
6
32
15
11
16
18
9
12
6
125
Int
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
Pct
50.0
53.1
80.0
45.5
68.8
50.0
55.6
66.7
83.3
60.0
Yards
19
226
224
48
112
169
159
141
115
1213
TD Long
0
12
0
34
2
48
1
18
3
48
0
58
1
63
2
54
1
59
10
63
Sacked
0-0
2-9
1-10
0-0
0-0
1-5
2-23
1-7
1-1
8-55
Effic
76.60
112.45
249.44
112.11
189.42
117.76
240.62
203.70
299.33
164.71
#6A ROMINE, Nate
Utah State
TOTALS
Comp
6
6
Att
11
11
Int
1
1
Pct
54.5
54.5
Yards
55
55
TD Long
0
26
0
26
Sacked
1-0
1-0
Effic
78.36
78.36
#9 ROBINETTE, Jale
Navy Midshipmen
TOTALS
Comp
1
1
Att
1
1
Int
0
0
Pct
100.0
100.0
Yards
54
54
TD Long
1
54
1
54
Sacked
0-0
0-0
Effic
883.60
883.60
#14 HUNTSMAN, Colto
UNLV
TOTALS
Comp
1
1
Att
1
1
Int
0
0
Pct
100.0
100.0
Yards
41
41
TD Long
0
41
0
41
Sacked
0-0
0-0
Effic
444.40
444.40
#TM TEAM
Boise State Broncos
TOTALS
Comp
0
0
Att
1
1
Int
0
0
Pct
0.0
0.0
Yards
0
0
TD Long
0
0
0
0
Sacked
0-0
0-0
Effic
0.00
0.00
Total Tackles
UA-A
Total
NICH
PIERCE, Jordan LB
HEALY, Connor LB
SPEARS, Christi DB
PROCTOR, Spence LB
HANSEN, Alex DL
WALKER, Dexter DB
STEELHAMMER, We DB
MAYS, Jordan DB
MCHENRY, Gavin DB
DECOUD, Justin DB
TIMMERMAN, Troy DL
FITZGERALD, Nic DL
ONYECHI, Jacob LB
WATSON, Ryan DL
HARRIS, David DL
BESCHEL, Dillon DL
CANNON, Riley DL
BYRD, Jamal DB
LADIPO, Roland DB
BAKER, Kalon DB
LINN, Hayes DB
APFEL, Cody
HEALY, Patrick LB
WHARTON, Donnie LB
DUNN, Haji LB
NICHOL, Joey LB
HICKS, Brodie
GREEN, Robert DL
ALEXANDER, Clau LB
CHUBB, Zach DB
HENDRICKS, Marc
LACY, Jalen DL
HUNTSMAN, Colto
ROMINE, Nate
SOLANO, Paco
LEE, Jon
ELLIOTT, Harris
BROWN, Garrett
PEARSON, Kale
GRIFFIN, Garret
OEHRLE, Drew
ROSS, Grant LB
ROBINETTE, Jale
43-38
27-37
39-19
22-15
12-24
18-13
18-11
22-7
17-9
20-4
10-10
10-9
4-10
6-6
6-5
5-4
4-4
4-3
5-2
2-3
3-2
1-3
1-3
3-1
1-2
2-1
2-0
0-2
0-2
1-1
1-1
2-0
1-1
0-1
1-0
1-0
0-1
0-1
1-0
1-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
81
64
58
37
36
31
29
29
26
24
20
19
14
12
11
9
8
7
7
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0-1
4-4
5-1
3-0
0-1
2-2
2-0
1-1
1-1
1-1
2-0
2-0
0-1
0-2
DNP
1-0
0-3
3-1
1-1
2-1
2-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
-
Air Force Football
WY
GSU
BSU
NAVY
USU
NM
ARMY
LV
5-3
5-1
4-1
1-2
3-2
1-1
3-2
4-1
2-0
6-0
1-1
1-1
0-1
2-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
DNP
-
10-1
4-4
5-1
2-1
0-1
4-1
2-0
4-0
2-0
3-0
0-1
1-0
DNP
1-0
DNP
0-2
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-1
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
-
6-4
2-2
5-2
1-0
1-0
4-0
2-2
3-1
5-1
1-0
1-2
0-1
1-1
3-1
0-1
1-1
DNP
0-1
1-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-1
0-1
1-1
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
-
4-8
3-6
6-4
3-2
1-2
3-4
2-1
4-1
1-1
1-3
1-3
2-4
0-1
1-0
0-1
2-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
-
1-6
0-4
2-6
2-4
1-9
0-3
2-3
2-2
2-5
3-3
1-3
0-1
1-0
1-1
1-0
0-2
0-1
0-1
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-1
0-1
DNP
-
3-8
5-9
2-2
3-3
2-4
DNP
2-3
1-1
1-1
5-3
0-1
1-1
3-5
DNP
0-1
1-0
DNP
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-2
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
-
6-4
3-5
4-1
6-0
1-2
2-1
1-0
1-0
2-0
3-0
3-1
1-0
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
1-0
DNP
1-0
8-3
1-2
6-1
1-3
3-3
2-1
2-0
3-0
2-0
3-0
1-1
0-1
0-1
2-1
2-1
1-2
1-0
2-0
1-1
0-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-0
DNP
DNP
-
41
2014 Game-By-Game
PUNT RETURNS
BROWN, Garrett
ONYECHI, Jacob
ROBINETTE, Jale
No-Yds
4-22
1-15
3-6
NICH
1-4
WY
1-4
GSU
DNP
-
BSU
-
NAVY
1--2
USU
2-4
1-15
-
NM
2-18
-
ARMY
-
LV
DNP
-
KICK RETURNS
LEE, Jon
RUSHING, Devin
ROBINETTE, Jale
DRESLINSKI, Nat
DAVERN, Shayne
STEELHAMMER, We
No-Yds
15-351
2-37
2-31
1-12
1-4
1-0
NICH
2-37
1-18
-
WY
-
GSU
5-103
1-0
BSU
DNP
-
NAVY
1-21
1-13
DNP
-
USU
4-101
-
NM
-
ARMY
2-40
1-12
-
LV
3-86
1-4
-
INT. RETURNS
STEELHAMMER, We
PIERCE, Jordan
MCHENRY, Gavin
SPEARS, Christi
No-Yds
3-1
2-62
1-0
1-0
NICH
-
WY
-
GSU
1-6
-
BSU
3-1
1-56
1-0
-
NAVY
1-0
USU
-
NM
-
ARMY
-
LV
-
FUMBLE RETURNS
MCHENRY, Gavin
No-Yds
1-28
NICH
-
WY
-
GSU
-
BSU
-
NAVY
-
USU
-
NM
1-28
ARMY
-
LV
-
TACKLES FOR LOSS
PIERCE, Jordan LB
HANSEN, Alex DL
PROCTOR, Spence LB
STEELHAMMER, We DB
TIMMERMAN, Troy DL
HEALY, Connor LB
FITZGERALD, Nic DL
WATSON, Ryan DL
BESCHEL, Dillon DL
HARRIS, David DL
MAYS, Jordan DB
WALKER, Dexter DB
SPEARS, Christi DB
WHARTON, Donnie LB
CANNON, Riley DL
ONYECHI, Jacob LB
MCHENRY, Gavin DB
UA-A
12-4
6-5
7-3
5-0
3-1
1-5
3-1
3-0
3-0
2-1
2-0
1-1
0-3
1-0
1-0
0-1
0-1
Total
14.0
8.5
8.5
5.0
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
NICH
1.0-2
2.0-13
1.0-10
1.0-5
1.0-6
-
WY
3.0-6
1.0-1
1.0-3
1.0-1
-
GSU
2.0-18
0.5-4
0.5-2
1.0-5
1.0-3
DNP
DNP
-
BSU
1.0-1
1.0-3
2.0-4
1.0-5
1.0-5
DNP
-
NAVY
2.0-5
1.0-1
0.5-1
1.5-11
0.5-2
1.0-2
1.0-2
1.0-1
0.5-0
-
USU
1.0-1
1.0-2
1.5-2
2.0-9
0.5-1
1.0-2
0.5-0
1.0-1
DNP
1.0-2
0.5-1
NM
0.5-0
1.0-3
2.5-3
1.0-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
-
ARMY
2.5-17
1.0-1
3.0-11
1.0-5
0.5-0
-
LV
2.0-7
2.0-9
1.0-4
1.0-1
1.5-10
DNP
0.5-4
-
SACKS
PIERCE, Jordan LB
HANSEN, Alex DL
TIMMERMAN, Troy DL
STEELHAMMER, We DB
BESCHEL, Dillon DL
PROCTOR, Spence LB
WATSON, Ryan DL
HEALY, Connor LB
HARRIS, David DL
WHARTON, Donnie LB
WALKER, Dexter DB
FITZGERALD, Nic DL
ONYECHI, Jacob LB
UA-A
5-0
3-1
3-1
3-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-2
1-1
1-0
1-0
1-0
0-1
Total
5.0
3.5
3.5
3.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
NICH
2.0-13
1.0-5
1.0-6
1.0-10
-
WY
-
GSU
2.0-18
0.5-4
0.5-2
1.0-5
DNP
DNP
BSU
1.0-3
1.0-3
DNP
-
NAVY
1.0-2
1.0-9
1.0-1
-
USU
2.0-9
1.0-2
1.0-2
DNP
-
NM
1.0-3
DNP
DNP
DNP
-
ARMY
2.0-16
1.0-5
1.0-3
-
LV
1.0-6
1.0-7
1.0-4
1.5-10
DNP
0.5-4
Air Force Football
42
Individual Career-Highs
RUSHING
#
2
3
5
6
7
14
16
22
24
28
32
33
40
43
Name
Pearson
Johnson
Rushing
Romine
Brown
Huntsman
Roberts
Solano
Lee
Owens
Hart
Clinton-Earl
Hester
Davern
A empts
20* New Mexico, 2014
15 New Mexico, 2014
10 Wyoming, 2013
21 Notre Dame, 2013
9
Wyoming, 2014
5
Notre Dame, 2013
23 Nevada, 2013
5* Notre Dame, 2013
13* Navy, 2013
27 Army, 2014
18* Navy, 2013
3* Nicholls, 2014
5
Nicholls, 2014
17 UNLV, 2014
Yards
127 Boise State, 2014
51 New Mexico, 2014
62 Wyoming, 2013
76 Notre Dame, 2013
62 Georgia State, 2014
53 UNLV, 2014
161 Nevada, 2013
24 Utah State, 2014
130 Colgate, 2013
233 Nicholls, 2014
101 Colgate, 2013
19 Colgate, 2013
27 Nicholls, 2014
85 New Mexico, 2014
TDs
2
3
2
1*
1*
1*
2
1
2
2
2
0
0
1*
Georgia State, 2014
New Mexico, 2014
Nicholls, 2014
Army, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
Colorado State, 2013
Nevada, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
Colgate, 2013
Georgia State, 2014
Colgate, 2013
UNLV, 2014
Long
42
11
18
23
20
53
60
24
52
55
27
12
8
21
Boise State, 2014
Colorado State, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
Nicholls, 2014
Nicholls, 2014
UNLV, 2014
Nevada, 2013
Utah State, 2014
Hawai’i, 2012
UNLV, 2014
Nevada, 2013
Colgate, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
New Mexico, 2014
PASSING
#
2
6
16
Name
Pearson
Romine
Roberts
Comple ons
17 Wyoming, 2014
15 New Mexico, 2013
6
Navy, 2013
A empts
32 Wyoming, 2014
23 New Mexico, 2013
14 Navy, 2013
Yards
226 Wyoming, 2014
188 New Mexico, 2013
67
Navy, 2013
TDs
3
3
1*
Long
Navy, 2014
59
UNLV, 2014
New Mexico, 2013 71
SDSU, 2013
Wyoming, 2013
38
Wyoming, 2013
RECEIVING
#
2
5
7
9
10
11
14
15
23
24
26
28
80
85
Name
Pearson
Rushing
Brown
Robine e
Apfel
Barnes
Huntsman
Ludowig
Galland
Lee
Hancock
Owens
Griffin
Hendricks
Catches
1
UNLV, 2014
1
Notre Dame, 2013
6* Georgia State, 2014
5* Wyoming, 2014
1
Wyoming, 2014
2
Colorado State, 2013
3
Army, 2012
2* Wyoming, 2014
1* UNLV, 2014
3
Nevada, 2012
1
UNLV, 2013
1* UNLV, 2014
4* Utah State, 2014
2
Michigan, 2012
Yards
41 UNLV, 2014
5
Notre Dame, 2013
96 Georgia State, 2014
118 Georgia State, 2014
9
Wyoming, 2014
20 Colgate, 2013
16 Fresno State, 2012
40 Wyoming, 2014
32 UNLV, 2014
42 Nevada, 2012
(-2) UNLV, 2013
5
Navy, 2014
59 Utah State, 2014
29 Nevada, 2012
TDs
0
0
2*
1*
0
0
0
1*
0
0
0
0
2
1*
Returns
2
Notre Dame, 2013
1* Navy, 2014
Yards
6* Notre Dame, 2013
4* Wyoming, 2014
TDs
0
0
Long
6*
Notre Dame, 2013
4
Nicholls, 2014
Returns
2
Nicholls, 2014
2
New Mexico, 2014
1* Navy, 2014
5
Georgia State, 2014
Yards
41 Wyoming, 2013
18 New Mexico, 2014
18 Nicholls, 2014
103 Georgia State, 2014
TDs
0
0
0
0
Long
41
13
18
44
Navy, 2014
New Mexico, 2014
Navy, 2014
Army, 2014
Nevada, 2012
Long
41
5
63
59
9
20
16
31
32
18
(-2)
5
54
29
UNLV, 2014
Notre Dame, 2013
New Mexcio, 2014
UNLV, 2014
Wyoming, 2014
Colgate, 2013
Fresno State, 2012
UNLV, 2013
UNLV, 2014
Nevada, 2012
UNLV, 2013
Navy, 2014
Army, 2014
Nevada, 2012
PUNT RETURNS
#
7
9
Name
Brown
Robine e
KICKOFF RETURNS
#
5
7
9
24
Name
Rushing
Brown
Robine e
Lee
Air Force Football
Wyoming, 2013
New Mexico, 2014
Nicholls, 2014
UNLV, 2014
43
Individual Career-Highs
TACKLES
#
2
4
5
6
8
12
13
17
18
20
21
25
29
34
36
39
40
41
42
44
47
48
49
51
53
54
79
87
91
93
95
97
98
99
Name
UT
Jordan Mays
4
Wyoming, 2014
Kalon Baker
1*
UNLV, 2014
Dexter Walker
9
San Diego State, 2013
Connor Healy
5*
New Mexico, 2014
Weston Steelhammer
3
Wyoming, 2014
Zach Chubb
1
Georgia State, 2014
Jus n DeCoud
6
Wyoming, 2014
Jamal Byrd
5
Boise State, 2013
Brodie Hicks
2
Nicholls, 2014
Gavin McHenry
8
Nevada, 2013
Chris an Spears
12
New Mexico, 2012
Roland Ladipo
2
UNLV, 2014
Hayes Linn
1*
Army, 2014
Haji Dunn
1
Nicholls, 2014
Spencer Proctor
6
Army, 2014
Donnie Wharton
4
Navy, 2013
Ryan Watson
2*
UNLV, 2014
Patrick Healy
1
Utah State, 2014
Kristov George
4
Nevada, 2013
Grant Ross
0
Claude Alexander
0
Jacob Onyechi
3
New Mexico, 2014
Joey Nichol
9
Utah State, 2013
Jordan Pierce
9
Georgia State, 2014
David Harris
2*
UNLV, 2014
Dylan Bungum
0
Robert Green
5
Army, 2013
Alex Hansen
4*
Army, 2013
Troy Timmerman
3*
Army, 2014
Samuel Byers
0
Riley Cannon
2
Idaho State, 2012
Nick Fitzgerald
5
Navy, 2013
Dillon Beschel
1*
Utah State, 2014
Jalen Lacy
2
UNLV, 2014
* - Done more than once, most recent is listed.
Air Force Football
AT
3
2
7
9
3*
1
4
4*
0
5
8
2
3
1*
6
3
4
3
6
1
1
5
6
11*
4
1
4
9
3*
2
3
6*
1*
0
Tenn. St., 2011
Utah State, 2014
UNLV, 2013
New Mexico, 2014
New Mexico, 2014
Boise State, 2014
Nevada, 2012
Wyoming, 2013
Utah State, 2014
New Mexico, 2012
Georgia State, 2014
Utah State, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
UNLV, 2013
UNLV, 2013
Navy, ,2014
Nicholls, 2014
Nevada, 2013
Nicholls, 2014
Georgia State, 2014
New Mexico, 2014
Wyoming, 2013
Colorado State, 2013
UNLV, 2013
Utah State, 2013
Army, 2013
Utah State, 2014
Utah State, 2014
Colorado State, 2013
Wyoming, 2013
Army, 2011
New Mexico, 2014
Total Tackles
5
Wyoming, 2014
2*
UNLV, 2014
13
UNLV, 2013
14
New Mexico, 2014
5*
New Mexico, 2014
1*
Boise State, 2014
8*
New Mexico, 2014
9
Boise State, 2013
2
Nicholls, 2014
11
Nevada, 2013
20
New Mexico, 2012
2*
UNLV, 2014
4
Utah State, 2013
2
Nicholls, 2014
10
UNLV, 2013
6
Army, 2013
6
Navy, 2014
3
Nicholls, 2014
10
Nevada, 2013
1
Nicholls, 2014
1
Georgia State, 2014
8
New Mexico, 2014
13*
Utah State, 2013
19
Colorado State, 2013
5
UNLV, 2013
1
Utah State, 2013
9
Army, 2013
10
Utah State, 2014
6
Utah State, 2014
2
Colorado State, 2013
3*
Wyoming, 2013
8
Navy, 2013
1*
New Mexico, 2014
2
UNLV, 2014
TFLs (Includes sacks)
1
Wyoming, 2014
1*
1.5
2*
UNLV, 2013
Navy, 2014
Boise State, 2014
0.5
1*
Utah State, 2014
Army, 2013
3
1
1.5
Army, 2014
Nicholls, 2014
UNLV, 2013
1*
Nevada, 2013
1
2*
3
1.5
UNLV, 2014
San Diego State, 2013
Wyoming, 2014
UNLV, 2014
2
4
2.0
Army, 2013
Hawai’i, 2012
Utah State, 2014
0.5
2
Colorado State, 2013
New Mexico, 2012
44
The Last Time...
A kickoff was returned for a touchdown
By AFA: Jonathan Warzeka vs. Colorado State, Oct. 9, 2010 (100 yds)
By Opp: Eric Page, Toledo, Dec. 28, 2011 (87 yds)
A defensive extra point was scored
By AFA: Air Force vs. Rice, Sept. 7, 1997 (Jason Sanderson)
By Opp: Utah, Nov. 12, 1994
A punt was returned for a touchdown
By AFA: Anthony Wright Jr. vs. Army, Nov. 7, 2009 (88 yds)
By Opp: Holmon Wiggins, New Mexico, Oct. 27, 2001 (47 yds)
An Air Force player had two intercep ons in a game
Weston Steelhammer vs. Boise State, Sept. 27, 2014 (3 INTs)
An intercep on was returned for touchdown
By AFA: Alex Means vs. New Mexico, Oct. 20, 2012 (65 yards)
By Opp: Jermaine Robinson, Toledo, Dec. 28, 2011 (37 yds)
AFA had back-to-back games with a safety
Air Force vs. San Jose State and UNLV in 1996
There was a scoreless e with Air Force
Air Force vs. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 1977
A fumble was returned for a touchdown
By AFA: Jordan Waiwaiole vs. Army, Nov. 6, 2010 (52 yards)
By Opp: David Guthrie, New Mexico, Oct. 18, 2014 (43 yards)
There was a scoreless e at hal ime
Air Force vs. Wyoming, Oct. 17, 2009 at Falcon Stadium (Air Force 10-0)
A punt was blocked
By AFA: Jacob Onyechi vs. Utah State, Oct. 11, 2014
By Opp: Blake Carter, Navy, Oct. 4, 2008
AFA was shutout in the first-half
Air Force at Colorado State, Nov. 30, 2013 at Hughes Stadium (CSU 30-0 at half)
(CSU won 58-13)
A blocked punt resulted in a touchdown
By AFA: Adam Zano vs. TCU, Dec. 2, 2006
(Recovered by Hunter Altman and returned 15 yards for a TD)
By Opp: Blake Carter, Navy, Oct. 4, 2008
(Doyle recovered blocked punt in end zone for a TD)
AFA shutout an opponent in the first half
Air Force vs. Boise State, Sept. 27, 2014 (Air Force won the game, 28-14)
A field goal was blocked
By AFA: Jordan Pierce vs. Boise State, Sept. 29, 2014
By Opp: David Nixon, BYU, Nov. 15, 2008
Two Air Force players had two intercep ons in a game
Antony Wright (3), Chris Thomas (2) vs. Houston, Dec. 31, 2009
A blocked field goal resulted in a touchdown
By AFA: Terry Maki and A.J. Sco vs. Notre Dame, Oct. 5, 1985
(Maki blocked Carney’s 37-yard field goal and Sco returned it
77 yards for a TD)
By Opp: Trevor Laws and Terrail Lambert, Notre Dame, Nov. 11, 2006
(Laws blocked the kick and Lambert returned it 76 yards for a TD)
AFA was shutout in the first-half in consecu ve games
Air Force vs. San Diego State, Oct. 21, 2006 and vs. BYU, Oct. 28, 2006.
AFA did not have a turnover
Air Force vs. Navy, Oct. 4, 2014
Air Force did not have any penal es
Air Force vs. New Mexico, Oct. 23, 2008
Air Force didn’t have any penal es or turnovers
Air Force vs. Wyoming, Sept. 9, 1995
An extra point was blocked
By AFA: Alex Hansen vs. Nicholls, Aug. 30, 2014
By Opp: New Mexico, Nov. 8, 2013
Air Force didn’t lose any yards in a game
Air Force vs. UNLV, Sept. 7, 1996
A safety was scored
By AFA: Weston Steelhammer (sack in end zone) vs. Nicholls St., Aug. 30, 2014
By Opp: Utah, Sept. 20, 2008 (Punter Ryan Harrison fumbled out of end zone)
Air Force played an over me game
Air Force vs. Navy, Oct. 5, 2012, USAFA (L 28-21)
Air Force is 6-5 all- me in over me, including a 3-2 mark at home.
AFA had two safe es in a game
By AFA: Brandon Reeves and Jake Paulson vs. Southern Utah, Aug. 30, 2008
Air Force had two or more players rush for 100 or more yards
Air Force vs. Boise State, Sept. 27, 2014
(Kale Pearson 127 yards; Jacobi Owens 108 yards)
There was a shutout
By AFA: Air Force at New Mexico, Oct. 29, 2011 (42-0)
By Opp: Mississippi, Dec. 31, 1992 (13-0)
There was a 100-yard rusher
BY AFA
Jacobi Owens vs. UNLV, Nov. 8, 2014 (135 yards)
By Opp: Jhurell Pressley, New Mexico, Oct. 18, 2014 (148 yards)
There was a 100-yard receiver
By AFA: Jalen Robine e vs. Utah State, Oct. 11, 2014 (105 yards)
By Opp: Devante Davis, UNLV, Nov. 8, 2014 (114 yards)
There was a 300-yard passer
By AFA: Dee Dowis vs. Notre Dame, Oct. 14, 1989 (306 yds)
By Opp: Nick Arbuckle, Georgia State, Sept. 13, 2014 (414 yds)
The team did not score a touchdown
By AFA: Air Force vs. San Diego State, Nov. 22, 2003 (L 24-3)
By Opp: New Mexico, Oct. 29, 2011
A player blocked two kicks in a game
By AFA: Alex Hansen vs. UNLV, Nov. 21, 2013 (2 PATs)
By Opp: Ray Jackson, CSU, Sept. 16, 1995 (PAT/FG)
A team blocked more than one kick in a game
By AFA: Air Force vs. UNLV, Nov. 21, 2013 (2 PATs)
By Opp: Navy, Oct. 4, 2008 (2 Punts - both returned for touchdowns)
Air Force Football
Air Force had two players with 100 or more yards receiving
Air Force vs. Navy, Sept. 30, 2004
(Alec Messerall 103, J.P. Waller 102)
Air Force didn’t have a rushing touchdown
Air Force vs. Army, Nov. 1, 2014 (W 23-6)
Air Force had more passing yards than rushing yards
Air Force vs. Utah State, Oct. 11, 2014 (224 passing, 155 rushing)
Air Force had more passing yards than the opponent
Air Force vs. New Mexico, Oct. 18, 2014 (159-23)
Air Force was out-rushed by an opponent
Air Force vs. New Mexico, Oct. 18, 2014 (New Mexico 367, AF 269)
Air Force was held under 100 yards rushing
Air Force vs. Utah, Sept. 20, 2008 (53 yards rushing)
Air Force scored two defensive touchdowns in the same game
Reggie Rembert (47 fumble), Anthony Wright (47 int), SDSU, Sept. 26, 2009
Air Force converted a two point conversion a er a touchdown
Air Force vs. Boise State, Sept. 27, 2014 (Brown pass from Pearson)
Air Force did not a empt a pass in a game
Air Force vs. Hawai’i, Nov. 16, 2012 (W 21-7)
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1
Air Force 44, Nicholls 16
Aug. 30, Falcon Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Nicholls
Air Force
6
9
3
14
0
14
7
7
2
Final
16
44
Wyoming 17, Air Force 13
Sept. 6, Laramie, Wyo.
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
Wyoming
3
0
7
7
0
0
3
10
48, Georgia State 38
3 Air Force
Sept. 13, Atlanta, Ga.
Final
13
17
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
Georgia State
14
0
17
10
7
14
10
14
Final
48
38
Scoring
Scoring
Scoring
AF: Steelhammer sack in end zone, 1/8:24
AF: Brown 5 run (Conant kick), 1/5:56
N: Lo on 18 run (Condado kick blocked), 1/3:02
N: Condado 37 FG, 2/13:28
AF: Hart 6 run (Conant kick), 2/10:04
AF: Rushing 2 run (Conant kick), 2/5:32
AF Davern 1 run (Conant kick), 3/8:59
AF: Rushing 15 run (Conant kick), 3/3:42
AF: Solono 11 run (Oehrle kick), 4/8:06
N: Watson 10 pass from Hebert (Condado kick), 4/2:37
AF: Conant 50 FG, 1/11:49
AF: Owens 3 run (Conant kick), 2/7:41
WY: Claiborne 11 pass from Kirkegaard (Williams
kick), 2/4:11
WY: Williams 33 FG, 4/11:15
AF: Conant 32 FG, 4/3:25
WY: Krill 3 pass from Kirkegaard (Williams kick), 4/:58
AF: Owens 2 run (Conant kick), 1/12:06
AF: Brown 37 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 1/5:17
GS: Neal 25 run (Lutz kick), 2/12:49
AF: Owens 7 run (Conant kick), 2/9:05
AF: Pearson 1 run (Conant kick), 2/4:21
GS: Lutz 33 FG, 2/1:03
AF: Conant 22 FG, 2/:00
GS: Blair 15 pass Arbuckle (Lutz kick), 3/8:31
AF: Pearson 1 run (Conant kick), 3/6:47
GS: Arbuckle 1 run (Lutz kick), 3/1:50
AF: Brown 22 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 4/12:38
GS: Blair 13 pass Arbuckle (Lutz kick), 10:34
AF: Conant 41 FG, 4/5:31
GS: Smith 2 run (Lutz kick) 4/4:57
Team Sta s cs
NS
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 32,038
18 (4-11-3)
63
43
106
200
18-31-0
263
4.3
0-0
6-29
7-36.6
1-0
1-21
0-0
0-0
28:52
3-12
0-0
0-0
27 (26-1-0)
539
14
553
19
3-6-0
558
7.1
0-0
9-109
2-51.5
1-4
3-55
0-0
0-0
31:08
6-12
2-3
5-34
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 23-233-0, Rushing
7-55-2, Pearson 8-46-0, Brown 5-45-1, Hester 5-27-0,
Davern 9-27-1, Lee 2-24-0, Romine 1-23-0, Solano
4-20-1, Hart 4-17-1, Clinton-Earl 3-15-0, Huntsman
1-8-0, TEAM 1-(-1)-0 . NS - Henry 8-23-0, Lo on
5-20-1, Canty 1-13-0, Hebert 3-4-0, Okpalobi 1-2-0,
Henderson 12-1-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 3-6-0-190. NS - Henderson 12-25-0-136-0, Hebert 6-6-0-641.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 2-13-0, Brown
1-6-0. NS - Watson 4-66-1, Henry 3-31-0, Lo on
3-29-0, Marcus 3-18-0, Wilson 1-21-0, LaBouef 1-130, King 1-10-0, Scelfo 1-8-0, Canty 1-4-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Healy 4-4-8, Spears
5-1-6, Wharton 3-1-4, Walker 2-2-4, Proctor 3-0-3,
Nichol 2-1-3, Beschel 2-0-2, Steelhammer 2-0-2,
Hicks 2-0-2, Fitzgerald 2-0-2, Mays 1-1-2, McHenry
1-1-2, DeCoud 1-1-2, Dunn 1-1-2, Byrd 0-2-2, Linn
1-0-1, Pierce 0-1-1, Hansen 0-1-1, Ross 0-1-1. NS
- Bovie 5-6-11, Walker 5-4-9, Brown 5-4-9, Joseph
6-0-6, Ferrat 4-2-6, Cobb 4-2-6, Keller 3-3-6, Sanders 4-0-4, Dewey 3-1-4, Ona 0-4-4, Boue e 2-1-3,
Dullary 2-1-3.
Air Force Football
Team Sta s cs
WY
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 21,246
15 (1-14-0)
26-51
10
61
282
23-37-0
333
5.3
0-0
2-15
8-41.5
2-2
1-27
0-0
0-0
28:39
4-14
0-1
2-9
21 (9-12-0)
52-151
31
182
226
17-32-0
377
4.5
2-2
4-25
6-46.3
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
31:21
10-21
0-2
0-0
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 18-76-1; Pearson
11-22-0; Hart 7-18-0; Brown 9-17-0; Rushing 2-9-0;
Huntsman 1-6-0; Davern 1-5-0; Team 1-(-2)-0. WY
- Wick 14-37-0; May 11-12-0; Rufram 1-2-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 17-32-0226-0; WY - Kirkegarrd 23-37-0-282-2.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Brown 6-51-0; Robine e
5-96-0; Griffin 3-30-0; Ludowig 2-40-0; Apfel 1-9-0.
. WY - Gentry 8-91-0; Rufran 6-119-0; Claiborne
3-31-1; Krill 2-18-1; Wick 1-8-0; Maulhardt 1-6-0;
Hollister 1-5-0; Montgomery 1-4-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 5-3-8; DeCoud
6-0-6; C. Healy 5-1-6; Mays 4-1-5; Spears 4-1-5;
Steelhammer 3-2-5; Hansen 3-2-5; Proctor 1-2-3;
Byrd 2-0-2; McHenry 2-0-2; Fitzgerald 1-1-2; Walker
1-1-2; Timmerman 1-1-2; Ladipo 1-0-1; Huntsman
1-0-1; Harris 0-1-1 . WY - Stanton 9-4-13; Harris 7-613; White 9-3-12; Nzeocha 6-3-9; Yarbrough 4-3-7;
Sampson 5-1-6; Burns 4-1-5; Mertens 2-3-5; Jones
3-1-4; Lange 1-1-2; Turelli 1-0-1; Tutein 1-0-1; Olive
1-0-1, Appleby 1-0-1; Puletasi 0-1-1; Hala’apt’apls
0-1-1.
Team Sta s cs
GS
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 16,836
26 (7-18-1)
25-135
15
150
414
26-42-1
549
8.2
0-0
7-79
3-35.7
0-0
5-106
0-0
0-0
25:53
6-12
1-2
0-0
31 (18-11-2)
65-315
21
336
224
12-15-0
539
6.7
0-0
2-20
3-37.3
0-0
6-103
1-6
0-0
34:07
8-13
1-1
3-12
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 25-122-2, Brown
4-62-0, Hart 10-51-0, Rushing 8-49-0, Johnson 7-30,
Pearson 9-11-2, Team 2-(-4)-0. GSU - Neal 10-80-1,
Smith 6-53-1, Arbuckle 8-5-1, Lytle 1-0-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson ;12-15-0224-2 GSU - Arbuckle 26-42-1-414-2
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Brown 6-96-2, Robine e
4-118-0, Barnes 1-10-0, Owent 1-0-0. GSU - Ruiz
6-95-0, Harden 6-90-0, Blair 5-74-2, Davis 4-42-0,
Neal 3-91-0, Smith 1-16-0, Minor 1-6-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 9-1-10, C.
Healy 4-4-8, Spears 5-1-6, Walker 4-1-5, DeCoud
3-0-3, Mays 4-0-4, Proctor 2-1-3, McHenry 2-0-2,
Steelhammer 2-0-2, Ladipo, 0-2-2, Watson 1-0-1,
Fitzgerald 1-0-1, Chubb 1-0-1, Oehrle 1-0-1, Timmerman 0-1-1, Alexander 0-1-1, H. Dunn 0-1-1, Hansen
0-1-1. GSU - Peterson 7-6-13, Payne 8-2-10, Simon
7-3-10, Ba ste 5-4-9, J. Lawrence 3-6-9, Dowling 5-0-5, Jones 2-3-5, S. Lawrence 2-3-5, Hopson
1-4-5, Dukes 4-0-4, Cheridor 2-2-4, Jeppesen 1-3-4,
Robinson 2-0-2, Hill 1-1-2, Clay 1-0-1, Sullivan 1-0-1,
Crocker 1-0-1, Harden 1-0-1, Dunningham 0-1-1.
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4
Air Force 28, Boise State 14
Sept. 27, Falcon Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Boise State
Air Force
0
7
0
10
0
3
14
8
5
Final
14
28
Air Force 30, Navy 21
Oct. 4, Falcon Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Navy
Air Force
7
14
7
0
0
7
7
10
6
Final
21
30
Utah State 34, Air Force 16
Oct. 11, Romney Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
Utah State
3
14
3
17
7
0
3
3
Final
16
34
Scoring
Scoring
Scoring
AF: Brown 4 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 1/7:26
AF: Pearson 5 run (Conant kick), 2/8:19
AF: Conant 25 FG, 2/:00
AF: Conant 21 FG, 3/1:47
AF Owens 10 run (Brown pass Pearson), 4/11:35
BSU: Dhaenens 2 pass Finley (Goodale kick), 4/9:55
BSU: Williams-Rhodes 10 pass Finley (Goodale kick),
6/6:21
AF: Ludowig 1 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 1/5:23
N: Swain 46 run (Sloan kick), 1/2:59
AF: Brown 54 pass Robine e (Conant kick), 1/:52
N: Reynolds 10 run (Sloan kick), 2/6:35
AF: Griffin 3 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 3/9:14
AF: Conant 22 FG, 4/4:27
N: Sanders 40 pass Reynolds (Sloan kick), 4/2:14
AF: Brown 13 pass Pearson (Pearson run NG), 4/:35
USU: Sharp 75 pass Garretson (Diaz kick), 1/14:46
USU: Sharp 23 pass Garretson (Diaz kick), 1/11:45
AF: Conant 27 FG, 1/3:18
AF: Conant 34 FG, 2/13:13
USU: Vigil 8 run (Diaz kick), 2/4:04
USU: Garretson 17 run (Diaz kick), 2/0:47
AF: Davern 8 run (Conant kick), )3/0:21
AF: Conant 22 FG, 4/12:07
USU: Diaz 35 FG, 4/8:15
Team Sta s cs
BSU
AF
Team Sta s cs
Navy
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 30,012
24 (6-16-2)
29-97
19
116
370
30-58-5
87-467
5.4
2-2
9-80
3-42.0
3-52
4-66
0-0
0-0
27:59
7-18
2-6
0-0
16 (12-2-2)
60-287
19
306
48
5-12-0
72-335
4.7
4-2
5-47
9-45.2
0-0
0-0
5-57
0-0
32:01
6-17
1-1
2-6
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 37,731
20 (12-5-3)
55-251
25
276
142
8-16-1
71-393
5.5
2-1
5-55
5-44.6
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
30:57
6-15
2-2
0-0
18 (12-5-1)
48-198
4
202
166
12-17-0
65-364
5.6
1-0
6-65
6-43.8
1-(-2)
2-34
1-0
0-0
29:03
6-15
1-1
3-12
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 20-127-1, Owens
24-108-1, Rushing 6-35-0, Brown 2-10-0, Hart 4-7-0,
Johnson 2-4-0, TEAM 2-(-4)-0. BSU - Ajayi 17-63-0,
Hendrick 7-40-0, Demas 1-(-1)-0, Finley 4-(-5)-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 5-11-048-1. BSU - Hedrick 18-33-4-209-0, Finley 12-25-1161-2.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Brown 3-28-1, Robine e 1-11-0, Griffin 1-9-0. BSU - Sperbeck 6-79-0,
Williams-Rhodes 6-33-1, Ajayi 5-58-0, Miller 4-45-0,
Roh 3-72-0, Anderson 2-50-0, Burroughs 2-15-0, Huff
1-16-0, Dhaenens 1-1-1.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 6-4-10,
Spears 5-2-7, McHenry 5-1-6, Walker 4-0-4, Mays
3-1-4, Harris 3-1-4, Steelhammer 2-2-4, Healy 2-2-4,
Fitzgerald 1-2-3, Apfel 1-1-2, Cannon 1-1-2, Watson
1-1-2, Hendricks 1-1-2, Timmerman 1-0-1, Proctor
1-0-1, Salano 1-0-1, Hansen 1-0-1, Onyechi 0-1-1,
Chubb 0-1-1, Linn 0-1-1, ALexander 0-1-1, Beschel
0-1-1. BSU - James 10-3-13, Vallejo 4-3-7, Gray 2-5-7,
Weaver 1-6-7, Renaud 3-2-5, Corra 2-3-5, Bell 2-2-4,
McCaskill 2-2-4, Douglas 1-3-4, Nance 0-4-4, Mar n
3-0-3, Turner 2-1-3, Sumner-Gardner 2-1-3, Moxey
2-0-2, Boesen 1-1-2, Hoyte 0-2-2, Sperbeck 1-0-1,
Hartsfield, 0-1-1, Page 0-1-1.
Air Force Football
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 23-78-0, Pearson
13-61-0, Rushing 5-23-0, Brown 2-18-0, Hart 4-17-0,
Johnson 1-1-0. N - Swain 14-103-1, Copeland 1180-0, Reynolds 21-27-1, Brown 2-10-0, Cass 3-10-0,
Romine 2-9-0, Whitside 1-8-0, Sanders 1-4-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 11-16-0112-3, Robine e 1-1-0-54-1. N - Reynolds 6-14-1126-1, Smith 2-2-0-16-0.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 5-36-0, Brown
3-72-2, Griffin 2-51-1, Owens 1-5-0, Ludowig 1-1-1.
N - Tillman 4-63-0, Dudeck 2-18-0, Sanders 1-40-1,
Whiteside 1-21-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 4-8-12,
Spears 6-4-10, Healy 3-6-9, Walker 3-4-7, Watson
2-4-6, Proctor 3-2-5, Timmerman 1-3-4, Fitzgerald
1-3-4, Mays 4-1-5, Steelhammer 2-1-3, Byrd 2-1-3,
Hansen 1-2-3, McHenry 1-1-2, Griffin 1-0-1, Beschel
1-0-1, Harris 0-1-1, Cannon 0-1-1. N - Drake 7-6-13,
Gaonzales 4-9-13, Bertrand 5-4-9, Anthony 4-5-9,
Johnson 4-1-5, Adams 4-1-5, Uzoma 1-4-5, Clements
4-0-4, Quessenberry 1-3-4, Gains 2-1-3, Sarra 1-2-3,
Forrestal 1-0-1, Krah 0-1-1, White 0-1-1.
Team Sta s cs
USU
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 24,037
14 (5-9-0)
28-77
19
96
311
22-31-0
59-388
6.6
1-1
3-43
6-36.5
1-18
2-63
2-23
0-0
27:28
5-14
0-1
2-5
18 (6-10-2)
51-155
34
189
224
15-29-2
80-379
4.7
3-2
4-30
5-42.0
3-19
4-25.2
0-0
0-0
32:32
8-18
2-2
4-13
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 14-54-0, Pearson
20-43-0; Solano 1-24-0, Davern 4-17-1, Rushing 3-130, Brown 4-9-0, Johnson 1-(-1)-0, Romine 4-(-4)-0.
USU - Hill 6-27-0, Garretson 8-24-1, Vigil N., 5-10-1,
Hall 2-7-0, Hunt 2-7-0, Natson 4-2-0, Sharp 1-0-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 9-18-1169-0, Romine 6-11-1-55-0. USU - Garretson 20-290-298-2, Vigil N. 2-2-0-13-0.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 4-105-0,
Griffin 4-59-0, Brown 2-25-0, Lee 2-12-0, Ludowig
1-12-0, Barnes 1-6-0, Galland 1-5-0. USU - Sharp
12-164-2, Robinson 3-8-0, Natson 2-39-0, Weichers
2-26-0, Hill 1-61-0, Hunt 1-9-0, Butler 1-4-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Hansen 1-9-10,
Spears 2-6-8, McHenry 2-5-7, Pierce 1-6-7, Timmerman 3-3-6, Proctor 2-4-6, Steelhammer 2-3-5, Mays
2-2-4, Onyechi 1-3-4, Healy C. 0-4-4, Walker 0-3-3,
Cannon 1-1-2, Baker 0-2-2, Beschel 1-0-1, Ladipo
1-0-1, Healy P. 1-0-1, Apfel 0-1-1, Linn 0-1-1, Brown
0-1-1, Harris 0-1-1, Romine 0-1-1. USU - Vigil Z.
8-14-22, Vigil N. 2-9-11, Filiaga 2-8-10, Sutera 6-3-9,
Nielsen 1-5-6, Davis 4-1-5, Centers 2-3-5, Suite 2-3-5,
Ali’Fua 1-3-4, Hines 2-13, Taufa 1-2-3, Gray 2-0-2,
Evans 1-1-2, Kamana-Matagi 0-2-2, Stewart 0-2-2,
Moala 0-2-2.
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2014 Game Recaps
7
8
Air Force 35, New Mexico 31
Oct. 18, Falcon Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
New Mexico
Air Force
7
7
14
14
7
14
3
0
Final
31
35
Air Force 23, Army 6
Nov. 1, Michie Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
Army
0
3
6
0
10
3
7
0
9
Final
23
6
Air Force 48, UNLV 21
Nov. 8, Sam Boyd Stadium
Team
1
2
3
4
Air Force
UNLV
10
7
21
7
14
7
3
0
Final
48
21
Scoring
Scoring
Scoring
NM: Pressley 42 run (Rogers kick), 1/12:12
AF: Johnson 3 run (Conant kick), 1/6:12
AF: Pearson 21 run (Conant kick), 13:28
NM: Pressley 50 run (Rogers kick), 2/9:04
NM: Guthrie 48 fumble return (Rogers kick), 2/5:28
AF: Johnson 6 run (Conant kick), 2/3:21
NM: Gipson 28 run (Rogers kick), 3/8:39
AF: Johnson one run (Conant kick), 3/6:48
AF: Robine e 50 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 3/3:35
NM: Rogers 28 FG, 4/12:01
ARMY: Grochowski 42 FG, 1/10:17
AF: Conant 38 FG, 2/10:38
AF: Conant 26 FG, 2/5:16
AF: Griffin 54 pass Pierson (Conant kick), 3/12:45
AF: Conant 50 FG, 3/9:34
ARMY: Grochowski 46 FG, 3/2:59
AF: Griffin 2 pass Pierson (Conant kick), 4/7:05
LV: Decker 11 run (Leiva kick), 1/9:50
AF: Conant 39 FG, 1/6:07
AF: Johnson 8 run (Conant kick), 1/:49
AF: Pearson 1 run (Conant kick), 2/8:27
AF Robine e 59 pass Pearson (Conant kick), 2/4:33
LV: Davis 4 pass Decker (Leiva kick), 2/:214
AF: Owens 1 run (Conant kick), 2/:56
AF: Davern 2 run (Conant kick), 3/13:46
LV: Murray-Lawrence 1 run (Leiva kick), 3/8:21
AF: Johnson 2 run (Conant kick), 3/:35
AF: Conant 33 FG, 4/12:28
Team Sta s cs
UNM
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 25,017
14 (13-1-0)
367
7
374
23
4-10-0
62-390
6.3
2-2
1-15
5-42.8
0-0
2-34
0-0
1-43
29:46
4-15
2-4
2-23
23 (19-4-0)
269
47
316
159
5-9-0
83-428
5.2
1-1
1-5
5-41.2
2-18
0-0
0-0
1-19
30:14
9-18
1-3
2-4
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Davern 16-85-0, Pearson
20-66-1, Owens 16-64-0, Johnson 15-51-3, Brown
2-12-0, Rushing 1-4-0. UNM - Pressley 11-148-2,
Gipson 16-87-1, Gautsche 13-46-0, Jordan 6-45-0,
Wiggins 2-23-0, L. Jordan 3-10-0, Jones 1-8-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 5-90-159-1. UNM - Gautsche 2-7-0-27-0, L. Jordan
2-3-0-(-4)-0.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 4-96-1, Brown
1-63-0. UNM - Duncan 2-20-0, Magnant 1-2-0,
Bundy 1-1-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Healy 5-9-14, Pierce
3-8-11, DeCoud 5-3-8, Onyechi 3-5-8, Proctor 3-3-6,
Hansen 2-4-6, Steelhammer 2-3-5, Spears 2-2-4,
Mays 1-1-2, McHenry 1-1-2, Fitzgerald 1-1-2, Green
0-2-2, Cannon 1-0-1, Linn 1-0-1, Ladipo 1-0-1, Beschel 0-1-1, Timmerman 0-1-1. UNM - Newman 8-715, Cox 4-8-12, Guthrie 4-7-11, Langford 5-5-10, Byrd
4-5-9, Hightower 3-3-6, D’Avanzo 2-3-5, Boatright
4-0-4, Udeh 2-2-4, Arredondo 1-2-3, Roy 1-2-3, Bowers 2-0-2, Jones 2-0-2, Benne 2-0-2, Williams 1-0-1,
White 1-0-1, Carson 1-0-1, Sanders 1-0-1, Tabannah
1-0-1, TEAM 1-0-1, Santos 0-1-1, Pressley 0-1-1.
Air Force Football
Team Sta s cs
ARMY
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 40,479
8 (7-1-0)
122
34
156
47
3-13-0
51-169
3.6
1-1
3-41
6-37.7
1-(-1)
2-31
1-31
0-0
24:01
1-12
1-2
1-7
21 (13-6-2)
242
17
259
141
8-12-1
74-383
5.2
1-0
1-5
3-36.0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
35:59
8-18
2-3
4-24
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 27-118-0, Davern
11-55-0, Pearson 11-41-0, Johnson 4-16-0, Brown
4-9-0, Rushing 1-4-0, Huntsman 2-3-0, Team 2-(-4)-0.
ARMY - San ago 14-33-0, Maples 2-27-0, Giovannelli 4-24-0, White 1-17-0, Dixon 10-13-0, Bagge
2-9-0, Turren ne 1-6-0, Giachinta 1-5-0, Kemper
1-1-0, Alexander 1-(-5)-0, Schurr 1-(-8)-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 8-121-141-2. ARMY - San ago 2-11-0-20-0, Schurr
1-2-0-47-0.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 3-50-0, Griffin
2-50-2, Huntsman 1-17-0, Ludowig 1-11-0, Brown
1-7-0. ARMY - Maples 2-20-0, Giovannelli 1-27-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 6-4-10, Healy
3-5-8, Proctor 6-0-6, Spears 4-1-5, Fitzgerald 3-1-4,
Timmerman 3-0-3, Walker 2-1-3, Hansen 1-2-3,
DeCoud 2-0-2, Lee 1-0-1, Steelhammer 1-0-1, Harris
1-0-1, Baker 1-0-1, Linn 1-0-1, McHenry 1-0-1, Robine e 1-0-1, Pearson 1-0-1. ARMY - Timpf 12-5-17,
Pierce 6-5-11, England 5-4-9, Kelly 4-4-8, Washle
3-4-7, Ricciardi, S. 3-4-7, Glover 2-5-7, Carnegie 4-26, Jenkins 4-0-4, Smith 3-1-4, Voit 1-0-1, Smith 1-0-1,
Holsten 1-0-1, Ricciardi, K. 0-1-1, Ugenyi 0-1-1.
Team Sta s cs
UNLV
AF
First Downs (R-P-Pen)
NET Rushing A -Yds
Yards Lost Rushing
Yds Gained Rushing
NET PASSING YARDS
Passing (C-A-I)
TOTAL OFFENSE
Avg. Per Play
Fumbles
Penal es
Punts (#-Avg)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Intercep ons
Fumble Returns
Possession Time
Third Downs
Fourth Downs
Sacks By:
A endance: 13,481
26 (21-4-1)
386
27
413
156
6-7-0
542
6.4
2-1
2-30
2-38.0
0-0
4-90
0-0
0-0
37:03
10-17
2-2
5-31
19 (5-12-2)
33
35
68
306
22-45-0
339
4.5
0-0
3-30
6-40.0
0-0
6-139
0-0
0-0
22:57
8-19
2-5
1-1
Individual Sta s cs
Rushing (A -Yds-TD): AF - Owens 18-135-1, Pearson
15-67-1, Davern 17-58-1, Hunsman 1-53-0, Rushing
7-25-0, Johnson 6-24-2, Lee 4-15-0, Hart 2-7-0,
Solano 2-4-0, Galland 2-4-0, Romine 1-0-0, TEAM
3-(-6)-0. UNLV - Murry-Lawrence 11-18-1, Whitely
6-16-0, Lebowitz 1-3-0, Decker 12-(-4)-1.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD): AF - Pearson 5-6-0115-1, Huntsman 1-1-0-41-0. UNLV - Decker 18-32-0263-1, Lebowitz 3-12-0-18-0, Hawthorne 1-1-0-25-0.
Receiving (A -Yds-TD): AF - Robine e 2-81-1,
Pearson 1-41-0, Galland 1-32-0, Griffin 1-4-0, Owens
1-(-2)-0. UNLV - Boyd 7-81-0, Davis 6-114-1, Barnhill
3-16-0, Murrey-Lawrence 2-33-09, Mataele 2-30-0,
Phillips 1-25-0, Keys 1-7-0.
Tackle Leaders (UT-AT-TT): AF - Pierce 8-3-11, Spears
6-1-7, Hansen 3-3-6, Proctor 1-3-4, DeCoud 3-0-3,
Mays 3-0-3, Walker 2-1-3, Harris 2-1-3, Watson 2-13, Beschel 1-2-3, Healy 1-2-3, Lacy 2-0-2, McHenry
2-0-2, Steelhammer 2-0-2, Ladipo 2-0-2, Timmerman
1-1-2, Baker 1-1-2, Cannon 1-0-1, Onyechi 0-1-1,
Fitzgerald 0-1-1, Apfel 0-1-1.UNLV - Keys 8-5-13,
Lea 6-3-9, McAleenan 4-5-9, Sanitoa 4-5-9, Willis
5-2-7, Vea 5-1-6, Horsey 5-1-6, Vaesau 2-4-6, Hasson
3-2-5, Langham 2-3-5, Philippi 1-4-5, Johnson 2-2-4,
Porchia 1-3-4.
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