How to watch Air Force vs. Nevada football on Friday night for free

The 2-1 Air Force Falcons welcome the 2-2 Nevada Wolfpack at Falcon Stadium on Friday, September 23 for some Friday Night Lights action.

Kick-off is scheduled for 8pm ET on FS1, which can be streamed for free on fuboTV or DirecTV Stream.

Both teams are losing. The Falcons are recovering from a 17-14 away defeat to Wyoming, while Nevada just got canceled in Iowa, 27-0. That defeat came two in a row for the Wolfpack, as they also lost the week before the Incarnate Word Cardinals in a slugfest, 55-41.

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Johnson’s touchdowns take Iowa over Nevada, 27-0

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Kaleb Johnson rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns, and Iowa suffered a night of glaring delays for a 27-0 win over Nevada on Saturday night.

The game, which was delayed three times for 3 hours and 56 minutes, began at 6:40 pm CDT and ended at 1:39 am

“Three rain delays and seven hours, and we found a way to win the game,” said Iowa manager Kirk Ferentz.

Johnson, a true freshman, had a 40-yard touchdown in the first quarter for the opening points of the Iowa game, then added 55 yards in the fourth quarter for the Hawkeyes’ final score.

“I’ve been waiting for it since I got here,” Johnson said. “It’s just a blessing.”

Iowa (2-1) had only scored 14 points in their first two games, but equaled in the first quarter. Johnson made his run, then quarterback Spencer Petras threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Arland Bruce IV on the Hawkeyes’ next possession.

“My heart dropped,” Johnson said of the touchdown. “It was so incredible. I wanted another one. “

The Hawkeyes, ranked 131st in total attack in their first two games after gaining just 316 yards, had 337 yards against Wolfpack (2-2), who finished in 95th place in total defense by giving up 404.3 yards. per game.

The other points from Iowa came on two field goals from Drew Stevens: a 43 yard in the second quarter and a 33 yard in the third.

Petras completed 14 of the 26 passes for 175 yards.

The game, played in constant rain, was finally struck by lightning in the second half.

The first delay lasted 1 hour and 19 minutes. The delay was called at 20:37 with 10:02 left in the third quarter.

The two teams returned and after a 12-minute warm-up session the game resumed. Nine minutes later, another lightning-fast delay was called. This lasted 1 hour and 50 minutes.

Nevada quarterback Shane Illingworth threw an incomplete on third and 22 in the first play after that delay. The wolf pack would not retire from the next game as lightning lit the sky and referee David Siegle announced there would be another delay.

The stadium was evacuated for all three delays.

“This is the first time there has been,” said Nevada manager Ken Wilson. “First, we fed him. The long one, let them take off their sanitary pads, go around the hall. The last one, we knew it wouldn’t be too long, so we just put our plan together for the rest of the game. “

“It’s been a long battle sitting in the locker room for a while,” said Cooper DeJean, Iowa security. “I was just going out.”

“It was interesting,” Ferentz said of the delays. “The kids were doing all kinds of things.”


The Hawkeyes attack showed some life after the struggles to start the season. It helped Petras retrieve wide receivers Keagan Johnson and Nico Ragaini, who missed their first two games after starting the drop field at the top of the depth chart in their respective positions. Running back Gavin Williams, also a regular, missed his first two games of the season, but returned to running for 57 yards with 16 carries. “It was great to see some of these guys back in the crowd,” said Petras. “It made us more multiples, less predictable.”

Nevada, who entered the game in 105th place in total attack nationwide, failed to move the ball against the Hawkeyes, who were sixth in total defense. The Wolfpack, which had 151 yards in play, will head to the Mountain West Conference next Friday against the Air Force. “I don’t think our attack picked up momentum today, at any time,” Wilson said. “This has left our defense on the pitch for too long.”


Ragaini couldn’t help but make a joke when he arrived for the post-match press conference.

“Are you still here?” she told the media.

Ragaini said he relaxed during the delay: “I just lay on the floor, played some games on my phone,” he said.

Bruce said he avoided the food that was given to the team during the delays.

“I wanted to stay light,” he said.

Bruce smiled when he finished answering the questions.

“Thanks for sticking around,” he said as he left the room.


Nevada: Friday at the Air Force.

Iowa: Saturday in Rutgers.


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Swen’s delayed TD run pushes Wyoming to Air Force 17-14

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) – Titus Swen ran for 102 yards and a touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter to give Wyoming a 17-14 win over the Air Force in a Mountain West Conference opener on Friday night.

Swen pushed three defenders into the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown that capped an eight-game 75-yard drive for Wyoming (3-1, 1-0) with 6:06 remaining. The Cowboys then forced a three-and-out before running out of time.

The Air Force (2-1, 0-1), which came to the top of the nation with an average of 508.5 yards of running, was held back at 171 yards on the ground. John Lee Eldridge III carried 13 times for 104 yards.

Andrew Peasley had 162 yards to pass for the Cowboys. He threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Treyton Welch, who landed a two-handed over-the-shoulder catch as he fell across the goal line in the second quarter.

Haaziq Daniels threw a couple of touchdown passes for the Air Force. Daniels made a close pass from the midfield logo to Cade Harris in the end zone which gave the Falcons a 14-10 lead with about 10 minutes left. Daniels hooked up with David Cormier inside 10 in the middle of the third.

The Air Force had won two consecutive games in the series, each at home, but lost four in a row at Laramie dating back to 2012.


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