Early Predictions for 2009: Air Force Falcons

Jeremy@jeremymaussSenior Writer IFebruary 7, 2009

Everyone else has done this, and all the early entries to the NFL draft and recruiting is in, even though minimal teams will have impact players in their class.

Over the next two weeks we will look at the schedule for each team and determine if it is a win or loss, plus I will toss in a sentence about the opponent.

Since dates are not set up this is a based on how the teams matched up if at their best.

9-5-09NORTHERN COLORADO           W
9-12-09at Minnesota                              W
10-3-09at Navy                                       L
11-7-09ARMY                                         W
TBASAN DIEGO STATE                   W
TBATCU                                            L
TBAUNLV                                          W
TBAWYOMING                                  W
TBAat Brigham Young                      L
TBAat Utah                                       L
TBAat New Mexico                            W
TBAat Colorado State                       W


Northern Colorado: This is a local team and I-AA, enough said.

Minnesota: The Golden Gophers started 7-1 and finished 7-6.

Navy: The Midshipmen are 5-2 against Air Force in the past seven years.

Army: The Black Knights bring in a new coach for 2009.

San Diego State: Brady Hoke will have a tough time getting the Aztecs over the hump in year one.

TCU: The Horned Frogs will be looking for revenge from losing to Air Force at home in 2007.

Wyoming: The real question is: who will play quarterback for Wyoming?

BYU: Max Hall is back to finish his great career at BYU.

Utah How big will the Utes drop off be after losing multiple players from their Sugar Bowl season?

New Mexico: Can the Lobos rebound with a new coach? Who will replace running back Rodney Ferguson?

Colorado State: The Rams look to be on the rise and could sneak into the top three in the league.

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