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Aztecs Looking to Take Out Frustrations Against New Mexico

San Diego State Aztecs (9-2) vs University of New Mexico Lobos (3-8) Friday November 24, 2017 12:30 CBBS SCCU Stadium, San Diego, California Friday afternoon San Diego State (9-2, 5-2 MW) will play their last regular game of the season against the University of New Mexico (3-8, 1-6 MW). This will be the last time this group of seniors will take the field at San Diego County Credit Union Stadium….

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Keys to Victory: SDSU Aztecs vs UNM Lobos

On Friday November 24th the San Diego State Aztecs will play host to the New Mexico Lobos in the regular season finale for SDSU. This game will mark the final game in an Aztec uniform for Rashaad Penny at home. So if you’re done with your Black Friday shopping, swing by SDCCU Stadium to watch Penny play one final time in San Diego. Like we have done all season long…

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Why I’m Thankful for the Aztecs

Thanksgiving has always been a time that we can take a break from our daily routines and reflect on the things in our lives that mean the most to us. I have lots to be thankful for and I try to remember that throughout the year, not just during Thanksgiving.  As a sports fan, I’m thankful for the Aztecs, Coach Rocky Long, and Rashaad Penny. Being a football fan in…

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Five Things Tijuana Xolos Fans Should Be Thankful For

The Apertura 2017 tournament was not an ideal one by any stretch of the imagination for the Tijuana Xolos. Fans had to endure seeing the border city team not win, or score, for three consecutive games to start off the competition, and then see the team not make the playoffs. Particularly towards the end of the campaign, there were some very bleak performances by the Aztec Canines and there was…

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Why San Diegans Should be Thankful for USD Athletics

It’s clear and without question that the most followed college team in San Diego is the SDSU Aztecs. Most San Diego sports fans seem to minimize the accomplishments produced by the athletic teams wearing blue and white on the campus of USD. SDSU has almost thirty-four thousand undergraduates and multiple athletic teams that receive national media compared to less than six thousand undergrads at USD with little to no national…

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9th ranked USD Women’s Volleyball team wins first WCC Championship since 2013 vs. Pepperdine

The USD volleyball team won its 14th game in a row to close out the regular season Tuesday night at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. This was a huge win for the Toreros, earning themselves a share of the West Coast Conference Championship with the BYU Cougars, a team they faced twice this season, winning one and losing the other. The Toreros were allowed an automatic bid due to the NCAA’s…

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“Why I am Thankful for the San Diego Padres”

In this day of giving thanks for everything we have in life, it is time to recognize the little things, like our beloved sports teams. The Padres are responsible for many heartaches throughout their existence in San Diego. They have failed to bring a championship to America’s Finest City, but we still support them with hope of one day hoisting a World Title trophy. It shall happen one day. I…

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San Diego State Aztecs Football- November Recruiting Report

The November Recruiting Report After a hot start recruiting at the end of the summer, the commitments of future Aztec football players slowed down at the beginning of the season. The program usually does not conduct in-season official visits, and does few unofficial visits, to keep focused on the current season. Despite being in a traditionally slow recruiting period, the Aztecs have landed three more commitments to an already stacked…

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The All-San Diego Area Major League Baseball Team

It’s no secret that San Diego is a hotbed for baseball talent. In fact, Baseball Almanac names San Diego the most talented baseball city in the most talented of baseball states, California. That’s pretty high praise, and it’s very deserving. Unfortunately, not many of these names played for the hometown San Diego Padres (I will give Ted Williams credit for playing for the PCL Padres in 1936 and 1937). This…

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Tijuana Xolos: Musto May Leave & Xolos Fans Shouldn’t Miss Him

One of the biggest transfers in the Liga MX this past transfer window was Guido Rodriguez going from Club Tijuana to Club America. Former Xolos’ manager Miguel Herrera moved to the Mexico City team and took youngster Carlos Vargas and Rodriguez along with him. The Argentine midfielder had been one of the most vital players for the Xoloitzcuintles for two tournaments. Rodriguez especially demonstrated his presence in the midfield in…

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2017-2018 MLB Free Agents & Whom the Padres Will Have Interest In (Position Players)

The San Diego Padres have reportedly already been in contact with somewhere around 50 free agents this off-season. A.J. Preller is not shy about making moves, as he is in a constant quest to make the Friars better. The man never sleeps and is always scouting around the globe. You can be sure that every player in this free agent class has been scouted by Preller and his staff. They…

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