In Honolulu, Anthony Edgar scored on runs of 70 and 69 yards and had a third touchdown on a one-yard plunge Saturday night to lead Hawaii to a Western Athletic Conference victory.
With Hawaii trailing, 14-10, early in the third period, Edgar, who finished the night with 242 yards on 22 carries, bolted 70 yards for his first score. His one-yard score completed a 21-point outburst in the period. Then, with 4:34 left in the game, he ran 69 yards to put the game out of reach.
Mike Scott scored twice for Hawaii, from the 17 and the one, and Bernard Quarles opened the scoring for the Rainbows with a one-yard dive. Lee Larsen kicked a 23-yard field goal.
The victory gave Hawaii a 6-4 overall record and evened its WAC record at 4-4.
For the Falcons, who are bound for the Hall of Fame Bowl, Marty Louthan scored on a five-yard run and also hooked up with Mike Brown on a 72-yard scoring play. The Air Force's third touchdown came on a two-yard run by Derek Foster.
Louthan completed 11 of 19 passes for 247 yards.
The Falcons, who came into the game third in the NCAA in rushing with 314.9 yards per game, were held to 156 by Hawaii.