SDSU’s Jalen McDaniels to declare for the NBA Draft, won’t hire an agent

March 19, 2018

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA San Diego State redshirt freshman Jalen McDaniels has announced, via his Twitter account, that he will be declaring for the 2018 NBA Draft, with Mark Zeigler confirming the declaration. However, he has chosen not to hire an agent, meaning that he can return to college if he so desires. This is a good way for a college athlete to gain some evaluation in front of NBA scouts…

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Aztecs Football Will Send Four Players to NFL Combine

February 11, 2018

Now that both the college football season and the NFL season are over, the attention of the football world will turn to April’s NFL draft. But before we find out who gets to play where, the best prospects in the collegiate game will head to Indianapolis for the 2018 NFL combine. The number of players a school sends to this annual showcase is generally an excellent indicator of the level…

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Fresh Aztec Squad Rides Stifling Defense to 81-50 Victory

February 4, 2018

In the days approaching San Diego State’s matchup with Air Force, coach Brian Dutcher stressed that the team needed to find a “defensive identity.” On Saturday night, they took an important step in finding that identity. The Aztecs, who were fresh off Wednesday’s bye, began the game on a 23-7 run in the first 12 minutes, relying on stifling defense and a hot start from three-point range. They kept Air…

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SDSU Freshman Jalen McDaniels is San Diego’s Next Star

January 17, 2018

During the holidays, a friend of mine came to visit from Cleveland. He clearly fell in love with how beautiful this city is. He then asked a question I didn’t have an answer for. He asked me, “Who is the biggest sports star in San Diego?” At first I thought of Rashaad Penny, but he is off to the NFL. Then I thought Wil Myers, but after his 2017 season…

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SDSU Will Make The NCAA Tournament

November 11, 2017

On Friday November 10th, the San Diego State Aztecs tipped-off their 2017-2018 men’s basketball season against San Diego Christian College. In what was the beginning of a new era in Aztecs basketball, SDSU was victorious 91-52. For the first time since 1999, Steve Fisher was not on the bench for the Aztecs. Fisher retired at the end of last season and Brian Dutcher has taken over the program in what…

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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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Aztecs Add Second 4-Star Recruit to 2018 Basketball Class

October 5, 2017

San Diego, California Stop me if you have heard this one before. The Aztecs have signed a 6’10” four-star recruit from Ghana named Mensah to their 2018 recruiting class. Well, you would be halfway right.  That would have been Joel Mensah from J. Serra High School, who signed back in August. I’m talking about Nathan Mensah, who is also a 6’10” four-star recruit from Ghana, currently playing at Findlay Prep…

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San Diego State Aztec Football Report

August 18, 2017

With the Aztecs’ season opener just two weeks away, the teams chemistry and plan is all coming together. The Aztecs’ project to win their division and compete in the MWC championship game for the third straight year. Injury Update: Last Saturday, three Aztecs were diagnosed with chicken pox, including starting offensive lineman Ryan Pope. The others are backup senior linebackers Tyler Morris and Temerick Harper. On Monday the total infected…

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Aztecs Legendary Coach Steve Fisher Retires

April 11, 2017

One of the sad things about life is that everything must come to an end. On Monday, a day that every Aztecs fan knew would come, finally did, as Steve Fisher announced his retirement from coaching after 38 successful seasons in the sport. The man should be recognized for all he did. He changed collegiate basketball in San Diego forever. Steve Fisher began his coaching career at The University of…

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SDSU’s Strong 2nd Half Propels Them to OT Victory

March 8, 2017

20 minutes into Wednesday’s Mountain West Tournament opener, San Diego State University’s season was on the brink, and for all intents and purposes, over. SDSU was outscored 32-14 in the first half, shot 14.8% from the field (4-27), and committed eleven turnovers. It was the kind of half that seemed to go along with their season; offensive struggles leading to a little bit of a letdown on the defensive end….

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Football in San Diego Lives On With the SDSU Aztecs

January 14, 2017

  Dean Spanos and the NFL committed the ultimate betrayal on the city of San Diego Thursday morning. Not only did Dean and company decide to relocate the Chargers to rival city, Los Angeles, but they tried to make the city of San Diego look like the bad guys in the process. On top of this, Spanos decided the best way to make the announcement was through a letter released…

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The Las Vegas Bowl: San Diego State vs Houston

December 16, 2016

  San Diego State (10-3) vs Houston Cougars (9-3) Saturday, December 17 at 12:30 PST on ABC Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada   The back-to-back Mountain West Champions San Diego State Aztecs have accepted an invitation to take on the Houston Cougars in what will be their seventh consecutive bowl game. San Diego State is rolling more than ever, as they have just recorded only their second ten-win season…

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