The Rams look for a seventh win and the chance to play in December, while the Falcons just want to end a miserable season on a high note.
Replacing eight starters from last season, the Air Force offense must learn to start over with a whole new group of players.
We use Dr. David Berri's QB Score (an alternative to the traditional QB efficiency rating) to rank QBs from every team in the FBS. How did your favorite QB fare?
That Air Force regressed and barely made a bowl in 2012 was predictable: The Falcons had to replace 16 of 22 starters from 2011. That they have regressed for three straight years now, however, is a...
Behind a strong defensive effort and a breakout performance by backup quarterback Driphus Jackson, the Rice Owls earned a two-touchdown victory over the Air Force Falcons, who gained a season-low...
The ball has been on the ground a lot thus far in the 2012 Armed Forces Bowl, with Rice being the biggest culprit. The Owls' three turnovers have allowed Air Force to take a 14-7 halftime lead.
Air Force took advantage of three Rice fumbles to take a 14-7 lead into the locker room at the Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth.
Who needs things like "passing" and "defense"? Either Rice or Air Force will win the Armed Forces Bowl with the old-fashioned ground game.
A pair of potent offenses will clash on Saturday, when the Air Force Falcons battle the Rice Owls in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Experts have weighed in with their picks and the Falcons...
Can Rice slow down Air Force's top-flight ground game in the Armed Forces Bowl on Dec. 29? The experts aren't so sure.