Falcons Host Boise State in Regular-Season Finale

    Air Force's lone senior Chase Kammerer
    Air Force's lone senior Chase Kammerer

    March 7, 2014

    GAME #29
    Air Force Falcons vs. Boise State Broncos
    Saturday, March 8, 2014
    12 p.m. at USAFA, Colo.
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    Location | USAFA, Colo.
    Arena | Clune Arena
    Capacity | 5,843

    Network | Air Force / IMG Radio Network
    Station | AM 740 KVOR, Colo. Spgs.
    Play-by-Play | Jim Arthur
    Analyst | Matt Pauley

    Network | ROOT Sports
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    Play-by-Play | Marc Stout
    Analyst | Dave Bollwinkel

    Gametracker | goairforcefalcons.com

    Dave Pilipovich (Thiel College, 1986)
      Air Force | 31-37, Third Season
      Overall | Same

    Leon Rice (Washington State, 1986)
      Boise State | 75-52, Second Season
      Overall | Same

    Overall | Boise State leads 4-2
      At USAFA | Series tied 1-1

    First Game | Dec. 27, 1991
      Result | Boise State won 77-68

    Last Game | Jan. 29, 2014
      Result | Boise State won 69-58

    Current Streak | Boise State - 2

    Falcons Host Boise State in Regular-Season Finale
     The Air Force men's basketball team plays its regular-season finale on Saturday, March 8 against the Boise State Broncos. Tip-off at Clune Arena is scheduled for 12 p.m. Air Force fell to 11-17 overall and 5-12 in the Mountain West after losing at #21 New Mexico 80-52 on Wednesday, while the Broncos fell to 19-11 and 9-8 after losing to Nevada 83-81 in double overtime Wednesday in Boise, Idaho.

    All-Time Series vs. Boise State
     Boise State holds a 4-2 advantage in the all-time series with Air Force, including a 69-58 victory earlier this season in Boise. The teams split a pair of games last season, with Air Force winning 91-80 at Clune Arena and Boise State winning 77-65 in Boise. Each team has won once at Clune Arena in the series. 

    Senior Day on Saturday
     Saturday's game against Boise State will be the final game at Clune Arena for Air Force's lone senior, Chase Kammerer. Kammerer will be honored in a pre-game ceremony.

    Five League Wins, Pretty Rare ...
     Following is victory at Wyoming on Feb. 25, Air Force five victories in conference play, just the 10th time with at least five league wins since joining a conference in 1980-81.

    ... Three League Road Wins, Even Rarer
     That win was also AFA's third conference road win this season, the most in one season since 2008 (3) and it ties the third-most in one season in program history. The Falcons have won at least three road league games just seven times since joining a conference in 1980-81.
    Coggins 39th in the Nation in 3-Point Pct. 
     Tre' Coggins is ranked 39th in the country in three-point percentage (39.4%) in the latest NCAA
    Division I rankings on Friday, March 7. Coggins leads in the MW in three-point percentage. 
    Up Next
     The Falcons will travel to Las Vegas, Nev., for the 2014 Reese's Mountain West Basketball Championships at the Thomas & Mack Center. Air Force, locked in as the tournament's 10th-seed, will play its first-round game on Wednesday, March 12 at 4:30 p.m. (PT).



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