The Air Force Falcons and the Wyoming Cowboys will square off against one another on Saturday for a Mountain West Conference match up as Week 2 of the college football season rolls along. Both teams come into this one with a record of 1-0, with Air Force getting a win in their opener last weekend over Nicholls State and Wyoming getting a victory over Montana.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 10:15 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: ESPNU
Air Force Facts
Air Force is seeking its 100th win as a member of the Mountain West conference.
The Falcons are looking to go 2-0 for the first time since 2010.
Air Force has lost three straight Mountain West openers. However, they are 5-1 overall on the road in Mountain West openers.
Wyoming, along with Colorado State, is the oldest rival for Air Force. This will be the 53rd meeting between the two teams. Air Force leads the overall series 27-22-3.
In the win over Nicholls, sophomore Jacobi Owens's 233 yards set a school record for rushing yards by a player in his first-career start.
Six of the last nine games in the Air Force-Wyoming series have been decided by one possession.
Wyoming won last year's meeting on the road, 56-23. In that game, quarterback Brett Smith led the Cowboys offense with 138 yards rushing and a touchdown.
The Cowboys collected just one penalty last week, which was for four yards.
Senior linebacker Mark Nzeocha was named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance versus Montana. He led the Cowboys with 12 tackles.
Last weekend's crowd of 25,243 was the best opening-day crowd for a Wyoming home game since 2007.
- Jack Jorgensen