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2011 Air Force Falcons football team

2011 Air Force Falcons football
Military Bowl vs Toledo, L 41–42
Conference Mountain West Conference
2011 record 7–6 (3–4 MWC)
Head coach Troy Calhoun (5th year)
Offensive coordinator Clay Hendrix
Blane Morgan
Mike Thiessen
Offensive scheme Triple option
Defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt
Charlton Warren
Home stadium Falcon Stadium
(Capacity: 46,692)
2011 Mountain West Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#14 TCU   7 0         11 2  
#8 Boise State   6 1         12 1  
Wyoming   5 2         8 5  
San Diego State   4 3         8 5  
Air Force   3 4         7 6  
Colorado State   1 6         3 9  
UNLV   1 6         2 10  
New Mexico   1 6         1 11  
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2011 Air Force Falcons football team represented the United States Air Force Academy in the 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Falcons were led by fifth year head coach Troy Calhoun and played their home games at Falcon Stadium. They are members of the Mountain West Conference. They finished the season 7–6, 3–4 in Mountain West play to finish in fifth place. They were invited to the Military Bowl where they were defeated by Toledo 41–42. With wins over Army and Navy, Air Force won the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the second consecutive year.

Schedule

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance
September 3 12:00 PM South Dakota* Falcon StadiumColorado Springs, CO Mtn. W 37–20   39,105[1]
September 10 1:30 PM #25 TCU Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO Versus L 19–35   42,107
September 24 1:00 PM Tennessee State* Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO Mtn. W 63–24   33,487
October 1 10:00 AM at Navy* Navy – Marine Corps Memorial StadiumAnnapolis, MD CBS W 35–34 OT  37,506
October 8 1:30 PM at Notre Dame* Notre Dame StadiumNotre Dame, IN NBC L 33–59   80,795
October 13 6:00 PM San Diego State Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO CBSSN L 27–41   27,490[2]
October 22 1:30 PM at #7 Boise State Bronco StadiumBoise, ID Versus L 26–37   34,196[3]
October 29 12:00 PM at New Mexico University StadiumAlbuquerque, NM Mtn. W 42–0   16,691
November 5 1:30 PM Army* Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO CBS W 24–14   46,709[4]
November 12 12:00 PM Wyoming Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO Mtn. L 17–25   33,823
November 19 4:00 PM UNLV Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, CO Mtn. W 45–17   24,401
November 26 4:00 PM at Colorado State Hughes StadiumFort Collins, CO (Ram–Falcon Trophy) Mtn. W 45–21   14,107
December 28 2:30 PM vs. Toledo* RFK StadiumWashington, D.C. (Military Bowl) ESPN L 41–42   25,042
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from Coaches Poll released prior to game. All times are in Mountain Time.

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Depth chart

Defense




CB
Jon Davis


CB
Anthony Wright
Offense
WR
Jonathan Warzeka
LT LG C RG RT
Jason Kons Jordan Eason Michael Hester A.J. Wallerstain Kevin Whitt
TE
Joshua Freeman
WR
Mikel Hunter
QB
Tim Jefferson
RB
Asher Clark
FB
Wes Cobb


Game notes

Navy

1 2 3 4 OT Total
Air Force 14 7 0 7 7 35
Navy 3 0 7 18 6 34

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Army

1 2 3 4 Total
Army 14 0 0 0 14
Air Force 0 0 21 3 24

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References

  1. ^ "South Dakota Coyotes vs. Air Force Falcons Box Score". ESPN.com. Retrieved September 3, 2011. 
  2. ^ "San Diego State Aztecs vs. Air Force Falcons Box Score". ESPN.com. October 13, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Air Force Falcons vs. Boise State Broncos Box Score". ESPN.com. October 22, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Army Black Knights vs. Air Force Falcons Box Score". ESPN.com. November 5, 2011. 
  5. ^ http://www.goairforcefalcons.com/sports/m-footbl/sched/afa-m-footbl-sched.html
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