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Brent Briggeman

AFA Reporter

  • Sophomore Hayden Graham still trying to string solid performances together for Air Force

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    Hayden Graham keeps putting his puzzle pieces on the table for Air Force. The sophomore has scored at least 14 points three times this year, he's grabbed as many as seven rebounds and he's had complete efforts like the one he had Saturday against Boise State with 50 percent shooting,...

  • Basketball notes from around the Mountain West

    Published: Tue, Jan 27, 2015

    AIR FORCE In a season being torpedoed on all sides by injuries and personal leave, it has been Air Force’s defense that has suffered the brunt of the blow. Foes have shot 52 percent over the past seven games against the Falcons (8-11, 1-7 Mountain West), including 43 percent from...

  • Air Force basketball coach discusses cadet's death

    Published: Tue, Jan 27, 2015

    Air Force basketball coach Dave Pilipovich took a moment Monday to address the shock felt at the academy over the death of freshman John “Jack” Lindsey in a skiing accident at Keystone. Pilipovich said he learned of the death through an academy-wide email on Sunday evening and...

  • Air Force football recruiting starting to develop some storylines

    Updated: Sun, Jan 25, 2015

    Air Force is rapidly reeling in football commitments, with the Feb. 4 national signing day looming. We’ll have much, much more coverage on this as we get closer to Feb. 4, but a few items stood out to me when browsing through some of the activity related to Falcons recruits on social...

  • Air Force sees another close game slip away late in loss to Boise State

    Updated: Sat, Jan 24, 2015

    The travel log from Day 25 of Air Force's short-handed basketball journey through the Mountain West at least read a bit different than the other entries, even if it closed in familiar fashion. This time it was the Falcons holding an early double-digit lead, only to find itself back...

  • Transfers, injuries have led Air Force basketball to struggles it didn't foresee

    Updated: Sat, Jan 24, 2015

    Coaches are trained to live in the present, but Dave Pilipovich admitted to taking a moment recently to look back. He reflected on the lineup he expected his Air Force basketball team would be putting on the floor - and it looked nothing like the one he has. The starters likely would...

  • Hans Mueh's legacy at Air Force will be written after he's gone

    Updated: Fri, Jan 23, 2015

    Hans Mueh, always one to exert full effort in fully answering a question, needed a moment to ponder this one. When people look back on his nearly 11 years at Air Force, what will be his legacy? Granted, it's not an easy question, compressing more than a decade of work into one...

  • 'Deflategate?' Air Force Academy had its own version

    Updated: Thu, Jan 22, 2015

    Long before the New England Patriots thrust football inflation levels into the national conversation, Scott Richardson spent lots of time thinking about the issue. The Air Force equipment manager has kept a close eye on balls presented for game use since the Falcons, like the...

  • First power struggle between new Air Force A.D., superintendent goes to the boss

    Updated: Thu, Jan 22, 2015

    The first power struggle between Air Force's new athletic director and his boss was decided in favor of the superintendent. Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson introduced Jim Knowlton on Wednesday in a press conference in Clune Arena. She joked that Knowlton, a standout hockey player, had...

  • Calhoun's new contract came after other programs sought out the Air Force coach

    Updated: Thu, Jan 22, 2015

    Troy Calhoun's five-year contract, signed last week, was more than a parting gift from outgoing Air Force athletic director Hans Mueh. It was a move Mueh made out of necessity. Mueh said presidents and athletic directors from "half a dozen" schools sought permission to interview...

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