After winning a share of the Mountain West championship with Fresno State this weekend, the San Diego State football team has more to cheer about.
On Saturday, San Diego State claimed the Mountain West championship for the 19th time in school history, parading to a 42-28 victory.
After last week’s miraculous victory on the road in Boise, Idaho, the Aztecs kept the momentum rolling as they welcomed the Air Force Falcons to Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday.
The San Diego State football team is tied with Fresno State atop the Mountain West Conference standings and will play its final home game of the regular season against Air Force at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday at Aztec Warrior Stadium.
Upset alert! Last Saturday, San Diego State continued its hot winning streak in Boise, Idaho against the equally sweltering 7-1 Broncos for one of the most important games of the season.
The San Diego State football team defeated the University of Nevada, Las Vegas 24-13 to become bowl- eligible for the third consecutive season. The Aztecs moved to 6-3 overall and 4-1 in conference play.
After a thrilling upset victory against the University of Nevada, Reno last Saturday, the San Diego State football team entered this week’s action against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a three-game winning streak, hoping to extend it to four.
Football preview: SDSU versus UNLV Rebels
The San Diego State football team entered Saturday’s game against the University of Nevada. Reno ready to show the nation and the Mountain West Conference its previous two blowout victories in the last two weeks were not flukes.
SDSU travels to Reno to face Nevada on Saturday. The Aztecs are a game behind the Wolf Pack in the conference standings.
The Aztecs’ offense has scored 38 points or more in every game, but one. Senior quarterback Ryan Katz has emerged as a legitimate threat to run the ball along with running backs Adam Muema and Walter Kazee. A win this Saturday would go a long way toward securing a third straight bowl invite.