USAFA, CO - Three years ago Shaun Carney became the first freshman starting quarterback in Air Force history. Wednesday, he walked onto the field for fall camp a polished senior.
Carney and the Falcons reported for the 2007 season and took to the practice field.
Carney has a chance to make 2007 a record-breaking season. He is just 890 yards shy of becoming Air Force's all-time leading passer. He also needs just five touchdown passes to break another school record.
But breaking school records isn't on Carney's "To-Do" list for 2007. He wants to go to a bowl game. Something the Falcons have yet to do under Carney who are just 13-21 in his tenure.
The Falcons open up Carney's senior campaign against South Carolina State on September 1st at Falcon Stadium.
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Air Force head football coach Troy Calhoun and seniors Shaun Carney (quarterback), Bobby Giannini (safety), Ryan Williams (fullback) and Drew Fowler (linebacker) will be at the Air Force Academy Visitor's Center on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. to sign autographs. Fans can have their posters and other items signed by the players.
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