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Feathers in the Air

Eastern Washington Head Coach Paul Wulff

The Air Force Falcons and Eastern Washington University Eagles certainly are birds of a feather. The first flock found itself on the receiving end of a thirty-five point, second half, torrent of points from Cal in an opening day, 56-14, devastation. The latter was grounded by Nicholls State when the Colonels scored the first thirty-seven points of the game sending EWU to a loss. It's not "for the birds" to suggest that both teams will be looking for much less turbulent flight patterns this week.

  TAKE TWO. Plainly and simply it was an ugly start to the 2004 season for both the AFA and EWU last weekend as each team was decisively beaten by opening day opponents.               Air Force hosted an impressive, nationally ranked, California  squad and gave coach Jeff Tedford's crew a game for the first thirty minutes of play. Five, unanswered, second half TDs by Cal and a paltry...

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