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Air Force visits Wyoming for first time since on-field, post-game confrontation 2 years ago

Nicholls State defensive back Toren Joseph, back, wraps up Air Force running back Jacobi Owens as he carries the ball in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game at Air Force Academy, Colo., on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Nicholls State defensive back Toren Joseph, back, wraps up Air Force running back Jacobi Owens as he carries the ball in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game at Air Force Academy, Colo., on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)  (The Associated Press)

The last time Air Force visited Wyoming, there was an ugly scene after the game when the two coaches met on the field.

While the confrontation two years ago might be on some people's minds, Falcons coach Troy Calhoun says it'll have nothing to do with what happens Saturday.

After Air Force won 28-27 in 2012, Wyoming coach Dave Christensen berated Calhoun, accusing Air Force of faking an injury to its starting quarterback in the fourth quarter in order to save a time out.

Christensen later apologized, was suspended for one week and fined $50,000 for the incident that spoiled Wyoming's Military Appreciation Day.

He's no longer Wyoming's coach, having been fired after a 5-7 record last year.