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Air Force running back Asher Clark rushes down the field in the Falcons' Sept. 12, 2009 matchup against  the Minnesota Gophers at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Clark, a sophomore from Lawrenceville, Ga., lead the Falcons in rushing with 90 yards on 12 carries. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Meredith Kirchoff) Football: Gophers take glory in stadium's inaugural game
Showing off for a sold-out home crowd, the Minnesota Gophers emerged victorious in a 20-13 win over Air Force at the inaugural game for the University's new TCF Bank Stadium Sept. 12. The Falcons won the battles of total offensive yards with 386, offensive plays, first downs with 24 to Minnesota's 14, time of possession and least number of
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The cadet flag formation secures the American flag at half staff during a remembrance ceremony at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo., Sept. 11, 2009. Cadets held the ceremony to honor those who died in the terrorist attacks eight years earlier. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Air Force Academy cadets honor fallen of Sept. 11
Cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy held a Reveille formation Sept. 11 to honor those who were killed in the terrorist attacks eight years earlier and the servicemembers who have died while deployed in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.View the Reveille slideshow.
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Falcons fullback Jared Tew breaks a tackle during the Air Force-Nicholls State game at Falcon Stadium Sept. 5, 2009. Tew, a junior and native of Park City, Utah, had a career-high three rushing touchdowns. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Van Winkle) Football: Air Force blasts Nicholls State 72-0 in home opener
Air Force scored early and often, handing the Nicholls State Colonels their worst loss in the school's history with a 72-0 blowout at Falcon Stadium Sept. 5. The Falcons' defense set the tempo for the game, recovering four of the Colonels' five fumbles and keeping Nicholls State out of the red zone, while the Falcons' offense converted the
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Default Air Force Logo Academy to tweet Air Force-Nicholls State home opener
The Air Force Academy Public Affairs Office will broadcast live updates on the Air Force-Nicholls State game at the Academy's Twitter page, http://twitter.com/AF_Academy. Updates will include scoring drives and other key plays during the game.Results of the game will be available on the Academy's public Web site Sept. 7.
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Default Air Force Logo Donors needed for Academy blood drive
The Air Force Academy is set to hold a three-day blood drive from noon to 6 p.m. daily Sept. 9-11 in Arnold Hall. Through the Armed Services Blood Program, officials say the Academy's goal is to raise 1,200 units over the three afternoons. All blood donated goes directly to our troops. From the time donated, the blood will be in theater within one
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Default Air Force Logo Cross-country team opens 2009 season
The Air Force cross country team opens the 2009 season today as it competes at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Rust Buster Invitational at North Monument Valley Park in downtown Colorado Springs. The meet's college events are slated to start at 5:15 p.m. for the women and 5:45 for the men.The course is located in the north section of
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force volleyball set for weekend invitational
Fresh off its best start to a season in 10 years, the Air Force volleyball team travels up Interstate 25 for the Denver Invitational Sept. 4-5. The Falcons will face local host Denver, in addition to West Virginia, Southern Utah and Eastern Illinois. All matches will be played at Hamilton Gym on the campus of the University of Denver. Live stats
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Jonathan "Jonny" Walker (right) tries to gain position on Air Force Academy's Brendan Victory during an Academy victory over F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., in a regional intramural soccer tournament Aug. 29, 2009. Victory put three in the net for the Academy through the course of the Rocky Mountain Soccer Championship tournament. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Fort Carson wins Rocky Mountain soccer tourney
Talk about déjà vu. The two top teams from last year's competition were battling it out again in the championship match of the 2009 Rocky Mountain Soccer championship hosted by the Academy Saturday. Fort Carson took a hard fought 2-1 match over Schriever Air Force Base. Schriever ended the first half with a 1-0 lead. The lone goal was scored on a
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Air Force Academy Sophomore Tim Jefferson watches the flight of the football during football practice Aug. 4 at the U.S. Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colo. Jefferson is competing for the starting quarterback position with fellow sophomores Asher Clark and Connor Dietz.  Jefferson earned Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2008 after taking over as the starter in the week six of the season and leading the Falcons to five straight victories. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Falcon football set for season kickoff
Air Force head football coach Troy Calhoun's philosophy is that he likes competition at every position. How much so? The coaching staff moved starting tailback Asher Clark, a recruited quarterback, back to his original position to evaluate him during spring drills. Clark was moved to tailback during fall drills last year and became the starter at
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Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class Matthew Deming issues commands to Cadet Squadron 38 during the Red, White and Brave Parade in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 29, 2009. Cadet Squadron 38 represented the Academy's Cadet Wing during the parade. Also president were the Academy Honor Guard, "The Bird," and varsity cheerleaders and athletes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rachel Boettcher) Red, White and Brave parade honors those who serve
Air Force Academy participants joined forces with many local military members and civilians alike who turned out to salute returning Fort Carson fighting men and women Aug. 29 in downtown Colorado Springs. The Red, White and Brave parade drew an estimated 40,000 spectators lining downtown streets and sporting American flags. Marching in the parade
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