Air Force football beat Boise State for the first time in school history on Saturday. The Falcons forced seven Broncos turnovers en route to a 28-14 win, which gave Air Force its first conference win since 2012. After Air Force coach Troy Calhoun addressed the squad, the players huddled up, did a Samoan chant called "O Alele," and dumped water and Gatorade all over each other.
Watching players celebrate a huge win is always fun, and this was no exception. Getting a big win over a program that your school has never beaten must feel fantastic, and Air Force players celebrated exactly the way that you'd expect.