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Hayden Graham scored 23 points and passed around five assists as Air Force came from behind in the second half to beat Wyoming, 70-62 Tuesday night to earn a season split with the Cowboys

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — Hayden Graham scored 23 points and passed around five assists as Air Force came from behind in the second half to beat Wyoming, 70-62 Tuesday night to earn a season split with the Cowboys.

Wyoming built a 36-29 advantage at the half, but Air Force opened the second half with a 6-0 run and briefly took the lead on Zach Kocur's 3-pointer with 17:34 left.

Frank Toohey gave the Falcons the lead for good on a free throw with 6:05 remaining. Air Force held Wyoming scoreless for more than four minutes to build a 63-54 advantage with under three minutes to play.

Toohey and CJ Siples each added 13 points while the Falcons (11-12, 2-8 Mountain West) shot 23 of 44 from the field (52.3 percent).

Josh Adams scored 20 points to pace Wyoming (11-13, 4-7) and Jason McManamen added another 17.

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