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Air Force vs Georgia State live college football . Air Force vs Georgia State live stream In week 3 the Air Force Falcons (1-1 overall) travel to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia to face the Georgia State Panthers (1-1 overall) Saturday.

Air Force lost a close game to Wyoming last week 17-13. The Falcons were led by quarterback Kale Pearson with 226 passing yards. Jacobi Owens led the rushing game with the 76 rushing yards and 1 TD on 18 carries. In addition, Jalen Robinette led the wide receivers with 5 catches for 96 yards.

The Falcons defense allowed 333 yards and 17 points.

Georgia State also lost a close game last week to New Mexico State 34-31. The Panthers were led by quarterback Nick Arbuckle with 294 yards and 1 TD however, you also threw 2 interceptions. In addition, Krysten Hammon led the rushing game with 123 yards and 2 TDs on 25 carries.

The Panthers defense allowed 435 yards and 34 points. However, they did have 2 fumble recoveries and 1 TD.

Keys to Air Force win

Air Force is going to need QB Kale Pearson to play a strong game and not turn the ball over. In addition, Jacobi Owens will also need to have a good game. The Falcons defense needs to force more turnovers.

Keys to Georgia State win

Georgia State is going to need quarterback Nick Arbuckle to play a good game and not turn the ball over. In addition, Krysten Hammon will need to have another great game. The Panthers defense will need to play better than last week and continue to force turnovers.

Key Injuries

Air Force

Joey Nichol, Alexander Hansen

Georgia State

Jonathan Jean-Bart, Kight Dallas, LaDarion Young, Taylor Evans, Gerald Howse


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Air Force should win Saturday, with their strong running attack, which will eat up yardage and the clock keeping the Georgia State offense off the field.

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