The Air Force Falcons are prepping for the 2019 season and The Gazette is bringing you all of the latest developments.
Air Force football practiced for nearly three hours in scrimmage situations at Falcon Stadium on Saturday, giving a sneak peak at some new and returning players.
At 6-foot-5, 282 pounds, Jordan Jackson provides a frame on the defensive line unlike Air Force has ever had. And he has the stats and experience to go with it.
Air Force's broadcast assignments were completed for the 2019 football season, with AT&T Sports Network, ESPN3 and Facebook picking up games and setting midday start times.
One of Air Force's most accomplished scholar-athletes in recent years, Garrett Kauppila put that mind to use this summer in an internship that had him focusing on senior housing in southeast Colorado Springs.
Air Force senior safety Grant Theil is learning to play the Falcons' hybrid spur linebacker position as the team seeks versatility and a way to get its best athletes on the field.
Ben Waters has spent three years switching between receiver and safety for Air Force football. Now he's making making a push for a starting receiver role and hopes to utilize the skills he once honed with Christian and Dylan McCaffrey at Valor Christian.
A surprising position battle at cornerback, a young and experienced offensive line and backfield speed are among the noteworthy developments at the start of fall camp for Air Force football.
Jared Bair has played only a handful of snaps in his Air Force career, but he kept with it and now enters his senior with an inside track on a starting position.
Palmer Ridge graduate Isaiah Sanders has collected accolades for his community work, but now he turns his focus on competing for the starting quarterback role.
Some were at basic training, one participated in a Washington, D.C., think tank and others scattered to various locales around the country; but Air Force football players were back together Friday to open fall camp.