Aztecs Add More Talent During First Signing Period

December 26, 2017

The first National Letter of Intent signing period brought a total of 17 new Aztecs to the program. The prospects came from as far away as Saskatoon, Canada and as close as down the road at Helix High School. Rocky Long built the foundation for the future, and addressed some immediate needs for depth. Recruiting continues to be on the rise, and this class is no different, ranking among the…

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San Diego State Aztecs Football- November Recruiting Report

November 22, 2017

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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Keys to Victory: San Diego State vs San Jose State

November 3, 2017

The San Diego State Aztecs will travel to Northern California on Saturday, November 4th, to play against the San Jose State Spartans. With Fresno State losing last week, there’s still an outside chance for the Aztecs to play in the Mountain West Championship game, but they will need plenty of breaks. In this piece we will take a look of what SDSU needs to do in order to pick up…

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Boise State Loss Was Tough, But Aztecs Poised to Survive

October 18, 2017

The San Diego State Aztecs were 6-0 and ranked #19 going into Saturday’s contest against Boise State. They exited the contest with a record of 6-1 and out of the AP Top 25. This was their first loss of the season, but this is not the only number to recognize from this weekend. The Aztecs announced that the attendance was 49,053 on Saturday night at SDCCU stadium. The crowd came…

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Recap: SDSU vs NIU- Aztecs Survive Second Half Scare

October 1, 2017

  Last night SDSU hosted the NIU huskies in a wild and entertaining game at SDCCU stadium. The game started with Juwan Washington taking the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown, and we all thought that it would be smooth sailing after that. But on their first possession of the game, NIU roared back and scored in just over three minutes when Christian Blake caught a 34-yard touchdown pass….

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Despite the Lightning, Aztecs Survive Tough Test in Colorado & Beat Air Force 28-24

September 23, 2017

Colorado Springs, Colorado Fresh off two emotional victories against Pac-12 opponents, the San Diego State Aztecs found themselves in a potential “trap” game, against a fierce Air Force Falcons team that had just gone toe to toe with Michigan. The Falcons lost their game last week, but they performed well on the road against the Wolverines. The Colorado skies opened up on Saturday as weather forecasters called for rain and…

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Nationally Ranked San Diego State Takes Aim Against Air Force

September 21, 2017

San Diego State Aztecs (3-0) vs Air Force Falcons (1-1) Saturday, September 23, 2017 4:00 PM PST/CBSSN TV Falcon Stadium/Colorado Springs, Colorado “Overconfidence precedes carelessness.” – Toba Beta A trap game is defined as a game played before or after a tough opponent. The Aztecs (3-0) travel to Colorado Springs to take on the Air Force Falcons (1-1) to open the 2017 Mountain West schedule. San Diego State, is coming…

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Moving Forward: Solutions to San Diego’s Football Grief

September 8, 2017

If you are a football fan living in San Diego you may be struggling at this particular point in time. It’s week one of NFL football. One of the happiest times of the year. At least it was until our former professional team decided to up and leave following the end of last season without as much as a proper goodbye. The fallout of the Chargers’ departure has been discussed…

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SDSU Aztecs Road to a New Years Six Bowl

August 20, 2017

SDSU’s football program is coming off its most successful stretch in history. Quietly, the Aztecs are becoming one of the more relevant programs that is not in a major conference. We have seen teams that aren’t in a Power Five conference reach very high in the rankings in previous years. It usually takes some credibility from the year before to rise in the rankings for those teams. Western Michigan for…

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SDSU Aztec Football: The July Recruiting Report

August 1, 2017

Following a crazy final week of June that saw the San Diego State land eight verbal commitments, the Aztecs kept the excitement going with four more commitments in the month of July. The trend in June was local stars and out-of-state burners. July’s trend was length, athleticism, and Sin City aces. Allan Mwata San Diego State has had a pipeline of talent from Las Vegas since OC Jeff Horton came…

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June Recruiting Report for the SDSU Aztecs Football Team

July 4, 2017

The Aztecs struck gold late this month, nabbing eight commitments in one week. After hosting unofficial visits for some of San Diego’s top prospects and recruits from throughout the Southwest, the Mountain West Champs saw a rush of verbal commitments. Cedarious Barfield The first recruit to pull the trigger and join the Aztecs was Cedarious Barfield from El Paso, Texas. The three-star prospect came out to visit the campus to…

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Rashaad Penny is Worth the Price of Admission

June 25, 2017

  San Diego State’s Senior running back, Rashaad Penny, may not be a household name just yet, but he soon will be. The 5’11’ 220 lb back has played a supporting roll behind the NCAA all-time leading rusher, Donnel Pumphrey, for three years, but is poised be the star in 2017. After a 1,000 yard campaign in 2016, in which he averaged 7.5 yards per carry and scored 14 touchdowns…

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