Air Force–Colorado State football rivalry

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Air Force–Colorado State football rivalry
Air Force Falcons Colorado State Rams

Series record Air Force leads, 31–20–1
Trophy series record Air Force leads, 20–14
First meeting 1957
First trophy meeting 1980
Last meeting November 30, 2013
Trophy Ram–Falcon Trophy

The Air Force–Colorado State football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Air Force Falcons and Colorado State Rams. The Ram–Falcon Trophy is awarded to the winner of the game.

Ram–Falcon Trophy[edit]

The origin of the Ram–Falcon Trophy is traced back to Shelly Godkin, a former ROTC commander at Colorado State.[1] He watched the teams play in 1978 and sought to translate his impressions into a trophy symbolic of an annual game. It was first awarded in 1980. Air Force leads the trophy series 20–14.

Series results[edit]

Air Force victories are shaded ██ blue. Colorado State victories are shaded ██ CSU Green. Ties are white.

Pre-Trophy Era[edit]

Air Force and Colorado State met 18 times from 1957 to 1979 before the Ram–Falcon Trophy was established in 1980.

Date Site Winning team Losing team Series
November 30, 1957 Colorado Springs Colorado State 20 Air Force 7 Colorado State 1–0
October 11, 1958 Colorado Springs Air Force 36 Colorado State 6 Tie 1–1
September 24, 1960 Colorado Springs Air Force 32 Colorado State 8 Air Force 2–1
November 4, 1961 Colorado Springs Air Force 14 Colorado State 9 Air Force 3–1
September 22, 1962 Colorado Springs Air Force 34 Colorado State 0 Air Force 4–1
September 28, 1963 Colorado Springs Air Force 69 Colorado State 0 Air Force 5–1
October 3, 1964 Colorado Springs Air Force 14 Colorado State 6 Air Force 6–1
October 22, 1966 Colorado Springs Colorado State 41 Air Force 21 Air Force 6–2
October 28, 1967 Colorado Springs Air Force 17 Colorado State 17 Air Force 6–2–1
October 19, 1968 Fort Collins Air Force 31 Colorado State 0 Air Force 7–2–1
October 25, 1969 Colorado Springs Air Force 28 Colorado State 7 Air Force 8–2–1
October 3, 1970 Colorado Springs Air Force 37 Colorado State 22 Air Force 9–2–1
October 23, 1971 Fort Collins Air Force 37 Colorado State 22 Air Force 10–2–1
October 7, 1972 Fort Collins Air Force 52 Colorado State 13 Air Force 11–2–1
October 25, 1975 Fort Collins Colorado State 47 Air Force 10 Air Force 11–3–1
October 16, 1976 Colorado Springs Colorado State 27 Air Force 3 Air Force 11–4–1
October 14, 1978 Colorado Springs Colorado State 31 Air Force 13 Air Force 11–5–1
October 27, 1979 Fort Collins Colorado State 20 Air Force 6 Air Force 11–6–1

Ram–Falcon Trophy Era[edit]

The Falcons and Rams have met 34 times for the Ram–Falcon Trophy since 1980.

Date Site Winning team Losing team Series
September 6, 1980 Fort Collins Colorado State 21 Air Force 9 Air Force 11–7–1
October 3, 1981 Colorado Springs Air Force 28 Colorado State 14 Air Force 12–7–1
October 16, 1982 Colorado Springs Colorado State 21 Air Force 11 Air Force 12–8–1
September 3, 1983 Fort Collins Air Force 34 Colorado State 13 Air Force 13–8–1
September 29, 1984 Colorado Springs Air Force 52 Colorado State 10 Air Force 14–8–1
October 19, 1985 Fort Collins #10 Air Force 35 Colorado State 19 Air Force 15–8–1
September 27, 1986 Colorado Springs Air Force 24 Colorado State 7 Air Force 16–8–1
September 26, 1987 Fort Collins Air Force 27 Colorado State 19 Air Force 17–8–1
September 3, 1988 Fort Collins Air Force 29 Colorado State 23 Air Force 18–8–1
September 30, 1989 Fort Collins Air Force 46 Colorado State 21 Air Force 19–8–1
September 1, 1990 Colorado Springs Colorado State 35 Air Force 33 Air Force 19–9–1
September 7, 1991 Fort Collins Air Force 31 Colorado State 26 Air Force 20–9–1
October 17, 1992 Colorado Springs Colorado State 32 Air Force 28 Air Force 20–10–1
September 11, 1993 Fort Collins Colorado State 8 Air Force 5 Air Force 20–11–1
September 3, 1994 Colorado Springs Colorado State 34 Air Force 21 Air Force 20–12–1
September 16, 1995 Colorado Springs Colorado State 27 Air Force 20 Air Force 20–13–1
November 2, 1996 Colorado Springs Colorado State 42 Air Force 41 Air Force 20–14–1
September 20, 1997 Fort Collins Air Force 24 Colorado State 0 Air Force 21–14–1
September 17, 1998 Colorado Springs Air Force 30 Colorado State 27 Air Force 22–14–1
November 18, 1999 Fort Collins Colorado State 41 Air Force 21 Air Force 22–15–1
November 11, 2000 Colorado Springs Air Force 44 Colorado State 40 Air Force 23–15–1
November 8, 2001 Fort Collins Colorado State 28 Air Force 21 Air Force 23–16–1
October 31, 2002 Colorado Springs Colorado State 31 Air Force 12 Air Force 23–17–1
October 16, 2003 Fort Collins Colorado State 30 Air Force 20 Air Force 23–18–1
November 20, 2004 Colorado Springs Air Force 47 Colorado State 17 Air Force 24–18–1
September 29, 2005 Fort Collins Colorado State 41 Air Force 23 Air Force 24–19–1
October 12, 2006 Colorado Springs Air Force 24 Colorado State 21 Air Force 25–19–1
October 13, 2007 Fort Collins Air Force 45 Colorado State 21 Air Force 26–19–1
November 8, 2008 Colorado Springs Air Force 38 Colorado State 17 Air Force 27–19–1
October 31, 2009 Fort Collins Air Force 34 Colorado State 16 Air Force 28–19–1
October 9, 2010 Colorado Springs Air Force 49 Colorado State 27 Air Force 29–19–1
November 26, 2011 Fort Collins Air Force 45 Colorado State 21 Air Force 30–19–1
September 29, 2012 Colorado Springs Air Force 42 Colorado State 21 Air Force 31–19–1
November 30, 2013 Fort Collins Colorado State 58 Air Force 13 Air Force 31–20–1

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