Posted February 22, 2014 on
Two teams, the Nevada Wolf Pack and the Air Force Falcons, will matchup
for the second time this season. Nevada won the first matchup in Reno
69-56 in OT, so the struggling Falcons will seek revenge.
BEST OF MAXIM
It's not surprising that strength is the first thing Air Force football coach Troy Calhoun is asking for in the process of leaving behind the worst record in the academy's 57-year history.
The Falcons finished 2-10 overall (0-7 Mountain West) last fall and began spring practice Wednesday trying to begin the road back to winning seasons.
"We will be a stronger team...
Events that occurred between Aug. 31 and Nov. 30 were a taboo subject as Air Force began spring football practice on Wednesday.
"It's 2014," safety Christian Spears said. "We don't have much to say about last year."
The Falcons' 2-10 season was one in which almost all that can go wrong, did go wrong. A young roster was slow to develop, the team cycled...