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CJ Siples had 25 points and seven rebounds and Hayden Graham hit a key 3-pointer with 1:07 left as Air Force stunned Boise State 61-53 on Saturday

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AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colorado — CJ Siples had 25 points and seven rebounds and Hayden Graham hit a key 3-pointer with 1:07 left as Air Force stunned Boise State 61-53 on Saturday.

Graham's 3 came late in the shot clock and made it 60-53. The Falcons (12-12, 3-8 Mountain West) held on for their second straight win following an eight-game losing streak.

Boise State (16-8, 7-4) tied a season low in points scored and lost its third of the last four. The Broncos remain alone in third place in the conference standings.

Air Force had a 10-point lead in the first half before the Broncos rallied to lead 31-30 at the break. Boise State stayed in front until the Falcons took the lead for good at 40-39 on Dezmond James' jumper. That sparked a 10-1 run that pushed the Falcons up 48-39.

Lonnie Jackson had 16 points and James Webb III 12 for Boise State.

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