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Goff presents major challenge for Falcons' defense

By Art Garcia, www.theheartofdallasbowl.com

Air Force junior cornerback Roland Ladipo doesn't have any illusions about Cal quarterback Jared Goff when Falcons line up against the Golden Bears in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

"That's a top 10 quarterback right there," Ladipo said. "He can make all the throws and it should be a challenge, but we're just going to do our job out there, and try and put ourselves in good spots."

Bo’s Bits - Dykes Family Brings Rich Coaching Tradition

By Bo Carter, www.armedforcesbowl.com

There have been many famed father and son combos in college football, according to the Intercollegiate Football Research Association.

Some of the more notable names have been the Bowdens (NFF College Hall of Fame coach Bobby and sons Terry and Tommy), who have amassed a record 637 composite victories over their college caching careers, the Shula family, the Stagg family, and the Holtz family, and the Tressels, among others.

Roberts steps up to lead the Falcons

By Art Garcia, www.armedforcesbowl.com

Air Force coach Troy Calhoun felt good about his quarterback depth coming into the season. It took just two games to put that depth to the test.

Luckily for the Falcons, Karson Roberts passed.

"It's unfortunate when someone goes down with injury, but that's just the way it goes and the next guy needs to be prepared to step up," said Roberts, the former backup signal caller. "I was ready to play, and I just went out there and played my best each game."

Going to Texas

By Phil Collin, www.heartofdallasbowl.com

Growing up in Southern California, we were afforded a near embarrassment of riches in sports, from the youth level to professionals.

There were the star-studded Lakers. The Dodgers owned Los Angeles and the Angels offered an alternative in Orange County. Even NHL hockey had a niche.

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