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Brent Briggeman

AFA Reporter

  • Air Force takes recruits away from several Mountain West, service academy foes

    Updated: Thu, Feb 6, 2014

    Air Force struggled to compete last fall, but it has sure held its own over the winter. The Falcons football program earned commitments from a number of players who held offers from the usual recruiting sparring partners like Army, Navy and Rice; but also swayed players away from...

  • Air Force shows little life in a lopsided home loss to Fresno State

    Updated: Thu, Feb 6, 2014

    Dave Pilipovich insists this isn't rock bottom. It was hard to see otherwise. In an atmosphere only slightly more appealing than instead standing in the negative-13 degree temperatures outside of Clune Arena, Air Force did virtually nothing well in falling to Fresno State 68-51 to...

  • Tre' Coggins back with Air Force, but will miss one more game

    Updated: Tue, Feb 4, 2014

    Air Force will be without Tre' Coggins yet again Wednesday, but the point guard's absence is no longer indefinite. Coggins, a sophomore, fully rejoined the team after being kept away for nearly a week for disciplinary reasons, but he will be held out against Fresno State because he's...

  • MILE SIGH: Broncos outmanned in all phases in blowout Super Bowl defeat

    Updated: Mon, Feb 3, 2014

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - All that talk about a prolific offense and a stingy defense, it all proved to be true. Just turns out that both belonged to Seattle. From the first snap of the game, a miscue that resulted in a safety, Denver seemed fazed in all phases Sunday in a 43-8 loss...

  • Scene was set for a high-energy Super Bowl, but game falls flat

    Updated: Sun, Feb 2, 2014

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Bruno Mars could have opened his halftime show with an experimental new sound and he still wouldn't have lost the crowd as quickly as the Denver Broncos did. If there was a shame about this Super Bowl - aside from cementing the big-game-letdown legacy of...

  • Air Force men have big rally only to fall in OT at Nevada

    Updated: Sun, Feb 2, 2014

    RENO, Nev. - Air Force keeps upping the ante when it comes to disappointments. After a two-week stretch that saw two blown leads and a suspended leading scorer, the Falcons suffered the most crushing blow yet in coming all the way back from an 18-point hole only to let Nevada take it...

  • Ball security again a focus as Air Force braces for second game without its point guard

    Updated: Fri, Jan 31, 2014

    Kamryn Williams gives interviews with the same confidence in which he plays basketball for Air Force, rarely hesitating the slightest bit. But he gave a long pause after being asked how the Falcons, missing their point guard, matched their lowest turnover margin of the conference...

  • Air Force defensive coordinator recalls experience of earning two Super Bowl rings with the Broncos

    Updated: Fri, Jan 31, 2014

    Steve Russ's misfortune in no way tarnishes the most special memories of his football career. The newly named Air Force defensive coordinator earned rings the past two times the Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl in the late 1990s, but he didn't get the opportunity to play in either...

  • Boise State big man holds down short-handed Air Force in 69-58 victory

    Updated: Wed, Jan 29, 2014

    BOISE, Idaho - Ryan Watkins was described by Air Force players as a big body, a bully and a monster. His teammate said he was "in beast mode." No matter how you phrase it, Watkins was a difference-maker. The Boise State forward scored 16 points and secured 13 rebounds - seven on...

  • AFA basketball notes: Coggins stays home

    Published: Wed, Jan 29, 2014

    Coggins stays home Point guard and leading scorer Tre' Coggins did not join Air Force on its road trip. The coaching staff informed the sophomore on Tuesday that he would stay behind for disciplinary reasons. "We left him back. We didn't bring him," coach Dave Pilipovich said...

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