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Brent Briggeman

AFA Reporter

  • Black Forest teen, 15, continues family legacy, is perhaps the youngest to race in the Pikes Peak Hill Climb

    Updated: Sat, Mar 1, 2014

    If you assume Buddy Tubbs, at 15, is too young to race up Pikes Peak this summer in the International Hill Climb, first take a visit to his grandpa's shop. The 2,500-square foot "garage" sits in the middle of the family's 10-acre plot, like a laboratory tucked just within the tree...

  • Air Force men are no match for UNLV in 93-67 blowout loss at home

    Updated: Sat, Mar 1, 2014

    Air Force has generally been able to pinpoint one or two deficiencies that have led to losses this season - shooting, rebounding, turnovers . it was always something. On Saturday, the Falcons' performance was irrelevant. UNLV dominated inside, outside, on the glass and left Air...

  • Saturday's foes Air Force, UNLV battling inconsistency

    Updated: Fri, Feb 28, 2014

    Air Force has endured an, at times, maddeningly inconsistent men's basketball season. But it's been nothing compared to Saturday's opponent. UNLV has been good enough to win at New Mexico, yet bad enough to lose to UC Santa Barbara. Good enough to sweep surging Fresno State, bad...

  • Air Force's Russ looks to seize second opportunity to run a defense

    Updated: Thu, Feb 27, 2014

    It was seven years ago when Steve Russ was promoted to defensive coordinator at Syracuse. He had no way of knowing it would take so long to get back to that spot. Russ, now the solo defensive coordinator for Air Force after two years sharing the role with Charlton Warren, hasn't...

  • New look for the Air Force defense

    Published: Thu, Feb 27, 2014

    Spring football practice is the time to install new wrinkles and experiment, so there's little use in reading too much into what a team shows on the field. Still, it's hard not to notice that Air Force's defense is lining up in a good deal of 5-2 - putting five defenders on the line...

  • Groups prepared to fight for the life of baseball, other sports as Air Force considers cuts

    Updated: Wed, Feb 26, 2014

    The future of America's national pastime is apparently in serious jeopardy at Air Force. Budget cuts are expected to come down as early as March 4, and The Gazette has confirmed that sports may be eliminated. With baseball high on that list, a group of former players are doing all...

  • Air Force grinds out a road victory at Wyoming

    Updated: Tue, Feb 25, 2014

    LARAMIE, Wyo. - There were plenty of wet blankets that could have been thrown over this Air Force road victory. The Falcons again struggled to make shots - shooting just 37.8 percent. They turned it over 15 times. And they squeaked by a Wyoming team down two key players. None of...

  • Air Force basketball notes: No quick shooting

    Updated: Tue, Feb 25, 2014

    No quick shooting To hear coach Dave Pilipovich talk on Monday about the need to take more shots and granting a universal green light for his shooters, it sounded like Air Force would be quick on the draw against the Cowboys on Tuesday. That's not how it played out. Of 23...

  • Struggling Air Force offense to 'let it fly' at Wyoming

    Updated: Mon, Feb 24, 2014

    The shot clock should not be a factor for Air Force on Tuesday. Fed up with the offensive struggles that have left his team short of 60 points for eight consecutive games, coach Dave Pilipovich has given his players the OK to shoot and shoot quickly within the offense starting with...

  • Q&A with Air Force quarterback Kale Pearson

    Published: Sun, Feb 23, 2014

    Kale Pearson saw his junior season - his first as Air Force's starting quarterback - end early in the second quarter of the first game, as he tore his ACL on a carry against Colgate. Pearson is back practicing with the team this spring on a limited basis as, though he is still limited...

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