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Rittenberg favors Air Force
South Alabama has had its ups and downs, beating San Diego State and Mississippi State but struggling on the road. That inconsistency leads ESPN's Adam Rittenberg to favor Air Force in the Arizona Bowl. Bowl Predictions
The Jaguars are making just the second bowl appearance in school history, while the Falcons have made the postseason nine of the past 10 years.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Western Kentucky's Jeff Brohm will be the leading candidate at Cincinnati if the school can land him ahead of possibly two Power 5 options (Purdue and Baylor). Others include Air Force coach Troy Calhoun and Ohio State defensive coordinator Luke Fickell. Buckeyes assistant Kerry Coombs also could get a look as he has extensive roots in the Cincinnati area.
The blood alcohol content of former Air Force star QB Dee Dowis was nearly three times the legal limit when he died in a car accident on Aug. 29.
Air Force flying into Tucson?
The Falcons will be looking for their sixth straight victory in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl against Idaho, according to ESPN's Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy. Bowl projections
Air Force had a late goal-line stand, Tyler Weaver returned a blocked punt 11 yards for a touchdown and the Falcons beat No. 19 Boise State 27-20 on Friday.
Mountain West could see shake-up
According to ESPN's FPI, Wyoming's chance to clinch the Mountain Division is nearly a coin flip. New Year's Six-contending Boise State needs a win and a Cowboys loss.
What is Air Force's destiny?
There is only one potential landing spot when it comes to bowl games for the Falcons, according to ESPN's Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy. Bowl projections
Quarterback Arion Worthman rushed for 215 yards and threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Robinette with 32 seconds left as Air Force beat San Jose State 41-38 in Mountain West Conference play
Tim McVey scored four touchdowns, Air Force's porous defense forced a late fumble and the Falcons held off Colorado State 49-46 on Saturday night in the highest-scoring game of the rivalry.
Falcons clinch trophy again
Air Force won the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the second time in three years with a 31-12 victory at Army. The Falcons have now claimed the CIC Trophy a whopping 20 times, which is only one fewer than Army and Navy have combined to win. GameDay Final
Gus Malzahn's stature has improved along with his Auburn Tigers, who are on a roll after a slow start. He joins USC's Clay Helton and Washington State's Mike Leach on the comeback trail.
Arion Worthman passed for 195 yards and one touchdown and rushed for 63 yards and another score, and Air Force beat Army 31-12 on Saturday to win the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
Who'll win Commander-in-Chief's Trophy?
After beating Navy last month, Air Force would take home the trophy with a victory. Army needs a win Saturday plus another win over Navy on Dec. 10 to clinch the trophy outright.
Army can earn bowl eligibility
Army and Air Force won't get much airtime nationally, but the Black Knights can earn bowl eligibility and is an under-the-radar game this week for Heather Dinich. GameDay Kickoff
Air Force vs South Alabama Jaguars
Arizona Stadium - Fri 12/30