Air Force Football Hosts Army

    Junior SPC Will Conant.
    Junior SPC Will Conant.

    Oct. 28, 2013

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    Air Force(1-7, 0-5 MW) vs. Army (3-5)
    Saturday, Nov. 2 - 10 am (MT)
    USAFA, CO - Falcon Stadium (46,692)

    Clay Matvick (Play-by-play) and Kelly Stouffer (Analyst)

    RADIO: KVOR AM 740 in Colorado Springs; The Fan 104.3 in Denver;
    Jim Arthur (play-by-play); Jesse Kurtz (analyst); Jay Ritchie/Bob Ihle (pre- and post-game shows)

    Join USAA for some game day fun and a commemorative Air Force photo on North End Zone beginning at 8am. Share all your photos from the game using #ARMYvsAF13
    • USAA representatives will be on-site and available for fans to learn more about USAA insurance products and services.
    •Be sure to watch the USAA Field Goal Challenge for your chance to win a concession voucher!

    GAME FACTS: Air Force closes out the non-conference season by hosting Army this week ... The Army game closes out a three-game home span for the Falcons ... Air Force and Army are playing for the 48th time overall ... The Falcons are 32-14-1 all-time vs. Army, including a 19-3 mark at home ... Air Force won the last meeting in Falcon Stadium, 24-14, in 2011 ... The Black Knights lead the nation in rushing with a 340.1 average ... Army was idle last week.

    • Air Force is coached by Troy Calhoun (Air Force, 1989), who is in his seventh season. He has led the Falcons to 48-38 career record. Calhoun is 29-23 in MW games, 19-16 in non-conference games, 29-13 in Falcon Stadium, 16-21 in road games and 2-4 in bowl games.
    • Army is coached by Rich Ellerson (Hawai’i, 1977), who is in his fifth season. He has guided the Black Knights to a 20-37 record. Ellerson has an 80-78 career record in his 14th season. He was the head coach at Cal Poly from 2001-08 prior to coaching at Army.

    • Air Force and Army are meeting for the 48th time overall.
    • Air Force leads the series, 32-14-1.
    • The Falcons are 19-3 at home, 12-10 at Army and 1-1-1 in neutral site games.
    • Air Force has won 14 of the last 16 in the series, including three straight at home.
    • Air Force is 29-12 in Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy games vs. Army dating back to 1972.
    • The Falcons are 18-2 at home and 11-10 at Army in CIC games.
    • Air Force defeated Army, 24-14, in 2011 in the last meeting in Falcon Stadium.
    • Army snapped a six-game losing streak to Air Force with last season’s 41-21 win in West Point.
    • The teams first played to a 13-13 tie in Yankee Stadium in New York in 1959.

    Air Force travels to New Mexico for a Friday night game, Nov. 8. Kickoff is 7 p.m. The game will be televised by ESPNU.



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