Air Force Vs. SDSU Score Update: Falcons Earn Stunning Upset

After going a month between victories earlier this season, the Air Force Falcons have reeled off two consecutive signature wins under interim head coach Dave Pilipovich. The most recent victory, a stunning 58-56 upset of No. 15 San Diego St, gave the Falcons their first win over a ranked opponent since 1992 and only the second win over a ranked opponent in program history.

Michael Lyons delivered a memorable performance in the upset victory. Lyons scored a team-high 27 points, including two key shots from behind the arc late in the second half, in 38 minutes of action.The only other player to score in double-figures for the Falcons was Max Yon, who scored 10 points in 20 minutes.

San Diego St. clearly missed Jamaal Franklin, and his 16 ppg, in the loss, as the Aztecs shot just 34.6% from the field as a team. The Aztecs completely dominated Air Force on the glass, as they outrebounded the Falcons by 23. However, only Chase Tapley and Tim Shelton were able to generate any rhythm on the offensive end, as they combined to score 30 points.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more in-depth coverage of this matchup, head over the MWC blog Mountain West Connection. And for news and notes from around college hoops, visit SB Nation's NCAA basketball news hub.

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