The Word on the Falcons

The Word on the Falcons

A Look at what the media and other sources are saying about Falcon football and it's opponents this week.

KEVIN MORSONY Third-Stringer Could Be Bears' Lynch-Pin
The Daily Californian, CA
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—JJ Arrington had close to a perfect game Saturday—181 yards, 3 touchdowns. No fumbles—according to the line judge. ...
 
Running Game Grounds Air Force
The Daily Californian, CA 
By KEVIN MORSONY. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—The scene was set for an Aaron Rodgers-led aerial assault—falcons flying in the stadium ...
 
Air Force hosts Eastern Washington
AirForceSports.com 
Radio -- Locally on KVOR AM 740 in Colorado Springs and KLZ 560 AM/ESPN radio in Denver and parts of Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. ...
 
BEARS MAKE KEY ADJUSTMENTS, BEAT AIR FORCE
Sports Washington - Sep 6, 2004
Following the "rule of the underdog", the Air Force Falcons opened up the game with a surprise – an alignment (unbalanced line) that California had not ...
 
AFA engine needs tinkering
Rocky Mountain News, CO - Sep 6, 2004
By Jim Benton, Rocky Mountain News. AIR FORCE ACADEMY - Air Force will spend the next few weeks trying to find playmakers who were ...
 
Pac-10: Bears solve problem, pound Falcons
The Register-Guard, Oregon - Sep 5, 2004
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Struggling with Air Force's unbalanced offensive line, California was in danger of another disappointing loss to the Falcons. ...
 
No. 13 Cal Hosts New Mexico State
CalBears.com - Sep 5, 2004
Game No. 2 New Mexico State Aggies (0-1) at California Golden Bears (1-0) Date Saturday, Sept. 11, Memorial Stadium (67,537 - Momentum ...
 
Bears clean up act, make it a rout
Napa Valley Register, CA - Sep 5, 2004
By JOHN MARSHALL. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- Struggling with Air Force's unbalanced offensive line, California was in danger of ...
 
Bears off and running against Falcons
Oregonian, OR - Sep 5, 2004
Not Air Force's multiple-option offense, not the 7,000-foot elevation and certainly not the Falcons' unconventional, stunting defense. ...
 
Cal proves its ranking is for real
Oakland Tribune, CA - Sep 5, 2004
By Dave Newhouse, STAFF WRITER. "We're not overrated," defensive tackle Lorenzo Alexander said. "Nobody gave us the 13th ranking (Associated Press). ...
 
CAL NOTEBOOK Three kickers are a charm vs. Air Force
San Francisco Chronicle, CA - Sep 5, 2004
Colorado Springs, Colo. -- On Cal's first kickoff of the game, the ball was fielded at the 6- yard line. On the second, the ball was caught at the 19. ...
 
Cal off and running Bears roll all over Air Force
San Francisco Chronicle, CA - Sep 5, 2004
Colorado Springs, Colo. -- Cal coach Jeff Tedford said there was no reason for his team to feel greedy Saturday against Air Force. ...
 
Cal off and running New deal for Bears: Good team beats up bad ...
San Francisco Chronicle, CA - Sep 5, 2004
Ahh, but that's the old Cal fan talking, the one who knew in his or her soul that every good deed is cause for retribution. The ...
 
Bears Roll over Air Force, 56-14
CatTracks.net - Sep 5, 2004
Some teams might have succumbed to off-season high praises and come out flat in their next season opener. After all, it was a road ...
 
Golden opener: Bears rout Air Force
Monterey County Herald, CA - Sep 5, 2004
By Jay Heater. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - On his way to one of Cal's eight touchdowns on Saturday, freshman tailback Marshawn Lynch ...
 
Cal lives up to its billing
San Jose Mercury News (subscription), CA - Sep 5, 2004
By Jay Heater. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - On his way to one of Cal's eight touchdowns Saturday, freshman tailback Marshawn Lynch came ...
 
Defensive adjustment helps Cal beat Air Force
San Jose Mercury News (subscription), CA - Sep 5, 2004
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - For most of the first half Saturday at Falcon Stadium, Air Force Coach Fisher DeBerry played the shell game with Cal's defense. ...
 

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