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Air Force Running back Asher Clark goes in for the touchdown following a 20-yard run Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.  Clark recorded his second straight 100-yard game with 116 yards on 19 carries.  The Falcons lost the game 27-25 to the Aztecs of San Diego State.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) Falcons' 4th-quarter awakening comes up short against Aztecs
The U.S. Air Force Academy showed some life in the fourth quarter, but came up short in a losing effort to San Diego State University today at Qualcomm Stadium here.The23rd ranked Falcons lost to the Aztecs 27-25.The game started off slow for both teams. Both quarterbacks threw interceptions in the first quarter and went into the second quarter
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Scott Poteet, the Cadet Squadron 02 air officer commanding, races toward the transition point for the marathon portion of the Ironman World Championship Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.  Poteet was selected to represent the Air Force in this year's competition.  It was the second time he competed in the world championship race in Kona.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) Academy Airman completes Ironman
The air officer commanding for Cadet Squadron 02 at the Air Force Academy completed the Ironman World Championship here Saturday.Scott Poteet finished the race ranked 225th among more than 1,800 competitors in the race, which includes a 2.4-mile swim, a 110-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run, and finished 38th in his division."I'm very pleased with
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Maj. Scott "Kidd" Poteet, an Air Officer in Command for Cadet Squadron 02, trains for the 2010 Ironman Triathlon at the Cadet Gym pool Oct. 4, 2010 in the hills on the west side of the U.S. Air Force Academy.  Poteet's regimen includes more than three hours of training per day biking, swimming and running.  He typically rides 300-350 miles per week.  The Ironman Triathlon takes place Oct. 9 in Kona, Hawaii.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) 'I am Ironman': Academy AOC picked for top triathlon
Forget about who's crazy enough to participate in a triathlon, who was crazy enough to come up with the over-the-top race in the first place? That's right, a Navy man.In 1978, following a running race around the Hawaiian island of Oahu, participants were sitting around arguing about who were the best overall athletes: swimmers, runners, or
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Junior quarterback Tim Jefferson hands the ball off to senior running back Jared Tew as Air Force defeated Navy 14-6 at the U.S. Air Force Academy's Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. 2, 2010.  This was the Falcons' first victory over Navy since 2002. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan)   Air Force defeats Navy 14-6 in ground battle
In a game filled with flyovers, it was ground pounding that dominated as the Air Force Falcons sunk the Navy Midshipmen 14-6 today at Falcon Stadium here.The Falcons showed while they have the number one rushing offense in the country after racking up 292 yards on the ground. Their season average yards-per-game is 394.Air Force scored its first
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Batter Norm Haller gets a pitch from Larry Bryant as Sean Frank catches during an Air Force Academy baseball reunion game at the Academy Sept. 25, 2010. Haller is a 1960 graduate of the Academy, and Bryant and Frank are '75 graduates. (U.S. Air Force photo/Johnny Wilson) Air Force baseball alumni share memories
Former Air Force baseball players gathered to share memories, celebrate their heritage and inspire a new generation of athletes during an alumni reunion weekend Sept. 24-26 at the Academy."To get together every three or four years is a great opportunity to rekindle old friendships and get reacquainted with the program again," said Deke Winters, a
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Cadet 2nd Class Nathan Betcher crosses the finish line Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010 during the Redman Triathlon in Oklahoma City.  Betcher and two other cadets raced in the event representing the Air Force Academy Triathlon Club. (Courtesy Photo) Cadets compete in Redman Triathlon
Three cadets took a trip to Oklahoma City to compete in the sixth annual Redman Triathlon Sept. 25. Cadet 1st Class Alexander Milhous, Cadet Squadron 31, Cadet 2nd Class Nathan Betcher, CS 25, and Cadet 3rd Class Brad Phelan, CS 18, were among roughly 500 other triathletes to compete in the grueling course, which included a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile
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Default Air Force Logo Academy Airmen finish strong at AF Marathon
Two Air Force Academy Airmen won big at the Air Force Marathon Sept. 18 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.Capt. Brian Dumm, an Academy English instructor, was the overall male and active military male winner, and Capt. Anne Marie Sibal, a judge advocate here, was the active military female winner.Although this was Captain Dumm's first Air
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Falcons defensive back Jon Davis, left, returns an interception 23 yards during the Air Force-Wyoming match in Laramie, Wyo., Sept. 25, 2010. Davis, a Cincinnati native, also forced a fumble in the fourth quarter to crystalize Air Force's 20-14 win over the Cowboys. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dave Ahlschwede) Turnovers carry Air Force to 20-14 win over Wyoming
Junior defensive back Jonathan Davis sealed a 20-14 Air Force win over Wyoming with a first-quarter interception in the end zone and a fourth-quarter fumble recovery.Davis' first takeaway occurred during Wyoming's first drive, when Cowboys quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels led his receiver too much, and Davis grabbed the errant pass in the end zone.
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Falcon junior running back Asher Clark stiff arms Sooner senior defensive back Johnathon Nelson on his way to a first down Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 at Oklahoma University's Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla.  Clark finished the game with 68 yards.  The Falcons came back from a 17-point deficit, but fell short by three with a final of 27-24.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy) Falcons scare Sooners in comeback, fall short 27-24
Meeting for only the second time in school history, Air Force posted 351 rushing yards against the nationally-ranked Sooners in a close 27-24 defeat at Oklahoma University's Memorial Stadium, Sept. 18. The Sooners took an early lead with a touchdown by running back DeMarco Murray on an offensive drive within the first five minutes of play. Falcon
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Falcons wide receiver Mikel Hunter pulls in a pass for a touchdown during the Air Force-BYU game at Falcon Stadium Sept. 11, 2010. Hunter, a third-class cadet and native of Conyers, Ga., scored two TDs on the day in the Falcons' 35-14 victory over the Cougars. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Falcons rout Cougars, 35-14, in Mountain West Conference opener
Air Force's defense held BYU to just 126 yards of total offense in the final three quarters during the Falcons' 35-17 win in the teams' Mountain West Conference opener in front of a sold-out crowd of nearly 47,000 here Sept. 11.The rout breaks a six-game losing streak to BYU, who last lost to Air Force, 24-10, in 2003."Our defense was absolutely
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