Do you follow the college football triangular series? Then you know the Air Force Falcons just took home their first Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy victory since 2011. After defeating the Army’s Black Knights 23-6 this past Saturday, the Falcons swept the season.
For the Air Force, this is their 19th Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy victory, but the Navy isn’t far behind, with 14 victories under their belt and back-to-back winnings in 2012 and 2013.
“Aside from the trophy, the win also makes Air Force bowl eligible once again after a one-year absence in 2013. Barring the unlikely occurrence of the Falcons not being invited or turning down a bowl invitation, the program will go to a bowl for seven of the eight years of Troy Calhoun’s tenure in Colorado Springs.”
As for next season, do you think the Air Force and Navy will continue to trade back-to-back victories? Would you like to see the Army take home the Commander-in-Chief’s trophy for the first time since 1996? Tell us in the comments.