The Aztecs prevailed once again, out muscling the Falcons 70-60. SDSU now sits alone atop the Mountain West Conference.
The Aztecs loss to St Mary’s 68-61 at the Jerry Colangelo Classic was very telling. Now they have the Owls of Kennesaw State up next.
For 100 years SDSU has been building their football culture. Only recently have they made the decision to part ways with one of the most fan friendly elements of it—the mascot.
On Monday morning early reports suggested what is now official that the Aztecs will be one half of the equation in the Easypost Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve, December 24 on ESPN.
Saturday night marked a chance to take that win streak to a new level of 10 games in a row and one game to even the all-time series at 19 wins a piece. A landmark that would not be an easy one to make.
Wednesday evening the Aztecs looked to bounce back from suffering a devastating loss to a much more physical Arizona the night before. What they found instead was perhaps even more shocking.
With this new exciting offense, SDSU has the real opportunity to grab ahold of the San Diego football community. Saturday night the Aztecs extended their winning streak to 3 games.
Big passes, explosive returns, quarterback sacks, and a giant comeback. SDSU vs SJSU featured a little bit of everything.
The SDSU Men’s basketball season tipped off Monday night with Darrion Trammell leading the way with 18 points.
Despite the low scoring affair, SDSU had some very bright spots on both sides of the ball to take note of and build upon.