DALLAS (AP) — Air Force coach
Suffice it to say New Mexico's Bob Davie has plenty more experience on the sidelines of the historic stadium near downtown Dallas, coaching in the bowl game as an assistant seven times in a span of 12 seasons in the 1980s and '90s.
But hey, at least Calhoun can say he's been to the Texas state fair on a game day.
"I think I ate a little cotton candy," Calhoun said.
Yes, the fair will be going on outside the 92,000-seat stadium Saturday when the Falcons (4-1, 1-1 Mountain West) face the Lobos on the other side of
Calhoun's mind will be on more than the midway. Air Force is coming off a conference loss at Wyoming a week after improving to 4-0 with a win over Navy, which went on to hand No. 13 Houston its first loss last week.
"I don't know that we quite ride momentum," Calhoun said. "Not that you aren't allowed to. I just don't know that there's merit in that. Makes for good talk. I realize the emotion if you get things caught up and whatnot. But I think there's got to be a steadiness that's involved, too."