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Falcons upended the #19 Broncos

On November 25, 2016 at 7:35 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Air Force Falcons shocked #19 Boise State Broncos, 27-20, at Falcon Stadium.

With the loss, the Broncos are eliminated from contention for the top Group of 5 school. Right now, the Western Michigan Broncos are leading to be a part of the New Year’s Six games.

Each team scored 10 points in the second half. Shayne Devern scored on an eight yard touchdown. Luke Strebel also made a 30 yard field goal.

Shayne Devern (Getty Images)

Shayne Devern (Getty Images)

Brett Rypien threw a pass to Cedrick Wilson, who scored on a 75 yard touchdown reception. Tyler Rausa also made a 31 yard field goal.

The Falcons led 17-10 at halftime. D.J. Johnson scored on a one yard rushing touchdown to tie the game at 7.

After a Strebel 36 yard field goal, Sean Wale blocked a punt by Brett Baldwin. It was picked up by Tyler Weaver and returned it for a touchdown.

Jeremy McNichols scored on a four yard rushing touchdown for the 7-0 lead. With seven seconds left in the half, Rausa made a 29 yard field goal.

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