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Falcons Hound Lobos

Defense steps up

Air Force spent the first thirty minutes of Saturday's game against the New Mexico Lobos trying to put a victory on ice. It then squandered the first twenty minutes of the second half mired in what is becoming this season's most alarming trend in Falcons' football, before pocketing a, 28-23, win over the visitors from Albuquerque.

NEW FACES AND OLD HANDS. An early-in-the-week-shakeup along the offensive front forced the Falcons to run their customary option attack from behind an unbalanced line, featuring a WR lined up in a tackle's spot on occasion and without a tight end for almost the entire game, against MWC rival New Mexico. A contest thoroughly dominated on both sides of the line of scrimmage throughout the first...

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