Site: Falcon Stadium (52,480) USAFA Colo.
|Colors||Black, Gold and Gray||Blue and White|
|Head Coach||John Mumford (interim)||Fisher DeBerry|
|Conference||Conference USA||Mountain West|
|Record in 2002||1-11||8-4|
|Offense set||One-Back Multiple||Multiple Option|
|Defense set||4-4||Multiple 3-3-5|
|Key Players||QB Zac Dahman, WR Clint Woodey, ILB Brian Hill||QB Chance Harridge, HB Matt Ward, TE Adam Strecker|
Last meeting: Nov. 9, 2002 Air Force 49, Army 30
Army-Air Force stat comparison
Air Force Strengths and Weaknesses
The Falcons are powered by a strong rushing game, running for over 300 yards per outing and throwing for just over 100 yards. Air Force also has a balanced defense giving up around 200 rushing and passing yards per games. The Falcons are 1-2 in their past three games, scoring 29 points per game and giving up 27.
Army should to try and take advantage of Air Force's split defense as a chance to try and balance out their rushing and passing games. The Falcons passing game has been struggling this season so look for the Black Knights to try to force them to do just that.
LINKS:Official Army Football Site
Official Air Force Football Site