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Video: Air Force Players Go Crazy In Their Locker Room After Beating Boise State

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.