Posted December 27, 2012 on
With Air Force set to take on Rice in the Armed Forces Bowl on December 29th it is time to start looking at the threat that the Owls present. There will be a look at the keys to the game nearer the to game time, but before then we are going to find the strengths and weaknesses of their offense, defense, and special teams. We have already covered the offense, now it is the turn of the Owls defense.
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Two teams with productive running attacks, suspect defenses and that won just enough games to become bowl eligible face off when Rice and Air Force...
Nike recently released images of these new Nike Air Force 1 Low Irish. This shoe is part of the “Varsity Pack” that will release sometime in 2013. This colorway is great for any Celtic’s fan or any true Irishman (just a few in Boston). The shoe features a green and white upper with a chenile Swoosh. The shoes take their inspiration from High School Varsity lettermens jackets...
It may seem like it has been three months since Air Force last played football but it is finally time for the Falcons to take the field against Rice in the Armed Forces Bowl. We have spent the last week or so breaking down the different aspects of the Owls team and now it is time to predict what Air Force will have to do to beat them. Here are the final three keys of the season.
Who: Air Force Falcons (6-6) vs Rice Owls (6-6)
Where: Fort Worth
When: Saturday, December 29th, 11:45 AM EST
Line: Air Force by 2
There will be a ton of rushing yards in this one. Air Force is second in the Nation averaging 328.75 ypg and Rice is 30th averaging 201.25. Air Force will be looking to snap out of a funk as they've lost three of their...
With Air Force set to take on Rice in the Armed Forces Bowl on December 29, it is time to start looking at the threat that the Owls present. With the offense and defense already in the book, it is time for the Owls special teams.
The Air Force coaches had been keeping tabs on Nate Romine throughout his senior season at Upland High School in California's San Bernardino County. The 6-foot, 190-pound quarterback showed them what they wanted to see. After an offer was extended from Jake Campbell it didn't take Romine long to accept and become a member of the 2013 Falcon recruiting class.