Boise State looks to improve to 11-1 and put pressure on Wyoming in the Mountain Division race, while also aiming to end a two-game losing streak against Air Force on Friday.
The Broncos and Falcons kick off at 1:30 p.m. Friday, televised on CBS Sports Network.
In its last visit to Air Force, Boise State (10-1, 6-1) had seven turnovers. The Falcons (8-3, 4-3) are 16-1 over the last three seasons at home.
Sophomore safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner did not make the trip for Boise State because of an injury. He has started the last three games after missing the first five of the season for disciplinary reasons. Air Force defensive end Ryan Watson (nine sacks) is not suited up for the Falcons.
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