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Brent Briggeman

AFA Reporter

  • Early success gives Air Force football shot at Commander-in-Chief's Trophy

    Updated: Fri, Oct 31, 2014

    WEST POINT, N.Y. - The thing about truly big games in college football, or any sport for that matter, is they can't simply be scheduled. They have to be earned. For Air Force, bringing Notre Dame to town every once in a while is nice. So, too, are a couple of upcoming trips to...

  • Spotlight: Air Force fullback Broam Hart

    Updated: Fri, Oct 31, 2014

    Air Force displayed quite the tandem at fullback in its most recent game. Shayne Davern ran for 85 bruising yards on 16 carries. D.J. Johnson punched it into the end zone three times and gained 51 yards. Both players are sophomores and figure to share a grip on that position for as...

  • In depth look at finalists for Air Force athletic director opening

    Published: Fri, Oct 31, 2014

    Craig Angelos, associate AD, South Florida Currently the executive senior associate AD at South Florida … served as Florida Atlantic’s AD from 2003-12 … served as deputy AD at Indiana …. Held a variety of positions at Miama (Fla.) over eight years … spent three years at the NCAA as a...

  • Air Force football talks up Army's ground game

    Updated: Thu, Oct 30, 2014

    Air Force faces a ground-based attack for the third time in four weeks Saturday, but in finding a running game as good as Army's Troy Calhoun had to look beyond the past month and into college football history. "Best running team we've played so far this season, and I think we've...

  • Air Force athletes, including Broam Hart, look back at Halloween

    Updated: Thu, Oct 30, 2014

    Broam Hart somehow knew the picture of himself at Batman on Halloween was taken in 1999. - It would have been easy for him to confuse it with any other year, since the Air Force senior fullback dressed as the Caped Crusader every year. - I've been watching the cartoons every year since...

  • Air Force's productive Class of 2017 avoiding a sophomore slump

    Updated: Wed, Oct 29, 2014

    Sophomores on the Air Force football team typically toil on scout teams, help in the kicking game and occupy reserve roles. The challenges facing this year's Falcons sophomore are a bit different. "I would say that the sophomores, we really just talk about staying together, staying...

  • Air Force offense on guard against timing problems after another off week

    Updated: Wed, Oct 29, 2014

    Everything Air Force runs on offense relies on the timing of multiple people. From a run-heavy scheme that requires team blocks and reads from running backs to take place in an instant, to a newfound reliance on the passing game that demands cohesion between the quarterback and...

  • 'Blue Bolt' delivers speedy water to Air Force football team

    Updated: Tue, Oct 28, 2014

    They call him the Blue Bolt. If you've watched Air Force play football during the past four years, you've probably noticed him, and you understand the nickname. Chris Woychak is the guy who flies around the huddle, offering players water at a dizzying pace. He's a team manager. But...

  • Robert Green's return a good sign for Air Force's defensive front

    Updated: Mon, Oct 27, 2014

    Robert Green's name was finally heard over the Falcon Stadium loudspeaker, and what a good sign that is for Air Force. Green, a senior defensive lineman, assisted on a pair of tackles against New Mexico in a 35-31 Falcons victory Oct. 18. It marked the season debut for a player who...

  • Air Force football roster built with multisport talents

    Updated: Sun, Oct 26, 2014

    Garrett Brown was in the locker room preparing for a high school basketball game when his coach informed him a college scout was in the building. "He told me, 'There's an Air Force coach here, you better play good,'" Brown said. The coach in the building that night in Marietta,...

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