No. 19 Ranked Aztecs Face Boise State in MWC Matchup

October 12, 2017

San Diego State vs Boise State Saturday, October 14, 7:30 PM on CBSS SDCCU Stadium, San Diego, California On Saturday, October 14, San Diego State will host the Boise State Broncos in their third conference game of the season. The game is at 7:30 pm and will be televised on the CBS Sports Network. The Aztecs have now won three straight games as a nationally ranked team. They hope to…

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The Rashaad Penny Heisman Train Keeps Rolling

September 25, 2017

There is a familiar school, yet again, near the top of the FBS rushing leader standings. This year, instead of now Philadelphia Eagles running back Donnel Pumphrey, the rusher is San Diego State’s Rashaad Penny. The 21-year-old had another stellar performance against Air Force despite terrible conditions and a lightning delay. He racked up 128 yards and had three rushing touchdowns. He also broke a 53-yard run in the game…

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Week 3 Preview: SDSU vs Stanford- Building Respect for the Program

September 14, 2017

San Diego State vs Stanford Saturday, September 16, 7:30 PM on CBSS Aztec Warrior Stadium, San Diego, California   After defeating the Arizona State Sun Devils this past week, the Aztecs will look to keep that momentum as they finish off this Pac-12 doubleheader. San Diego State (2-0) is going up against number 19 ranked Stanford (1-1) this Saturday at Aztec Warrior Stadium. The Stanford Cardinals are coming off a…

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What Does the Future Hold for Fernando Tatis Jr?

August 25, 2017

Fernando Tatis Jr has been promoted to Double-A San Antonio. But what is next for the 19-year-old shortstop? The young infielder was promoted by the Padres all the way up to Double-A San Antonio from Fort Wayne, skipping Lake Elsinore altogether. But what does that mean exactly? The promotion of Tatis doesn’t necessarily mean that he will never play in Single-A again. Some would suggest that this promotion was solely…

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Predicting the 2021 World Series Champion San Diego Padres

August 6, 2017

It is November of 2021 and the San Diego Padres have just won their first ever World Series title. San Diego fans have flooded the streets of downtown San Diego and are celebrating the city’s first major championship in 58 years (if you even count the 1963 AFL Championship-winning San Diego Chargers). Padres fans have been waiting for this moment for virtually their entire life and it has finally happened….

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Rashaad Penny Will be a Heisman Candidate

August 4, 2017

  The San Diego State football program has gained much traction among San Diegans for an obvious reason that does not need mentioning. For some, San Diego State football has always been worth watching. Nevertheless, it is a good time to be an SDSU football fan. San Diego State ended the season nationally ranked for the first time since 1986 thanks to, now Philadelphia Eagle, Donnel Pumphrey. The running back…

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Pros and Cons to a Potential Promotion of Fernando Tatis Jr.

July 19, 2017

  As you may know, the Lake Elsinore Storm have a spot to fill with the promotion of shortstop Javier Guerra to Double-A San Antonio. Who is better to fill that void than TinCaps’ shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr.? He is having a great year in Single-A, so he seems more than qualified to get the promotion to Lake Elsinore. Fernando Tatis Jr. really does deserve a promotion. He is swinging…

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What Should Padres Do With Carlos Asuaje

July 9, 2017

With Yangervis Solarte going on the D.L. a couple of weeks ago, the San Diego Padres looked for someone to take his role at second base, and hopefully flourish. That someone turned out to be Carlos Asuaje. The young infielder has been putting up solid numbers since the departure of Solarte, and being called up once again from El Paso. The 25-year-old is hitting .317 this year and has recorded…

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The Padres Can’t Seem to Catch a Break

July 2, 2017

If you haven’t been paying any attention to the Padres for the past couple of weeks, you are missing out. The San Diego Padres have been in the baseball news quite often recently due to unfortunate mishaps and, in some instances, things beyond the Padres’ control. You wouldn’t think the Padres would be the talk of the MLB community for multiple weeks, but nevertheless, they are. It all started on…

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Framing the Friars: Rizzo Collides with Hedges as Cubs Edge Padres 3-2

June 19, 2017

  Coming into the series, the Padres really had no expectations, and frankly we did not know how this series would turn out. You’re going up against the defending World Series champs and their all-star studded lineup.   To add to that, one of the best pitchers in the game, Jon Lester, is slated to pitch game one. Understandably,  many Padres fans came into the game pretty much expecting a Friars…

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Five Things to Look Forward To for the Rest of the Padres Season

June 4, 2017

The casual fan sees that the San Diego Padres are more than a few games under .500 and, deems the 2017 season a “lost season”. Said fan views this season on wins and losses rather than what is important. The development of young players, along with many other things is something we, as Padres fans, have to keep our eye on this year. At the start of this season, it…

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What is Jered Weaver’s Future as a Padre?

May 20, 2017

  This off-season, the San Diego Padres took a chance on many veteran pitchers, including former Angel, Jered Weaver. Coming into the year, Weaver was considered to be one of the more reliable options Andy Green had, given his resume in Anaheim. But now it seems Jered Weaver has one foot out the door of Major League Baseball. Weaver has not produced at all this year. In fact, he is…

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