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  • San Diego State Football Announces 2016 Opponents
    2016 SDSU FOOTBALL SCHEDULE | TICKETS The San Diego State football team has released its 2016 opponents, highlighted by home games against New Hampshire, California, Colorado State, Hawai‘i, San José State and UNLV. The Aztecs are also scheduled to play road contests at Northern Illinois, South Alabama, Fresno State, Nevada, Utah State and Wyoming.
  • MW All-Academic Team Named for Fall 2015
    Twenty-five Aztecs were named to the Fall Academic All-Mountain West team, the conference office announced on Thursday. To be eligible for selection, student-athletes must have completed at least one academic term at the institution while maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better, and be a starter or significant contributor on their team.
  • McGrane: Aztecs Knock Down Doors on Recruiting Trail
    2016 NLISIGNING DAY CENTRALIt was often promised but seldom practiced, San Diego State football coaches vowing to keep local talent at home, to break new ground in regions of the country where no Aztec recruiter had gone before.
  • McGrane: SDSU Hits Its Stride in Recruiting Race
    2016 NLISIGNING DAY CENTRALNow that college football's scouting services have regaled us with their annual anointing of recruiting royalty, and ESPNU can go back to being, well, ESPNU, San Diego State special teams coordinator Bobby Hauck has some news for the blue-chipper and the can't-miss-prospect, the recruiting coup and the player most prized:
  • Aztec Football Signs Two More to NLI's
    2016NLI SIGNING DAY CENTRAL | ROSTER | NOTES | PRESSER | QUOTESTwo additional football players signed National Letters of Intent to play for San Diego State, head coach Rocky Long announced. The two players makes 26 for this year’s signing class, including the two who signed with the Aztecs in December.
  • Rocky Long Announces 2016 Football Recruiting Class
    2016 NLI SIGNING DAY CENTRAL | ROSTER | NOTES | PRESSER | QUOTESSan Diego State head football coach Rocky Long announced the signing Wednesday of 22 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent. Including the two student-athletes who enrolled at SDSU this semester, the total class is comprised of 24 individuals.
  • Football Signing Day Press Conference Quotes
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  • GoAztecs.com to Host Signing Day Central
    2016 SIGNING DAY CENTRALSan Diego State head coach Rocky Long will announce the names of the student-athletes who will sign their National Letters of Intent to play football for the Aztecs next season on Wednesday (Feb. 3). GoAztecs.com, the official site of San Diego State athletics, will provide complete coverage of Signing Day as it presents Signing Day Central.
  • Overbaugh named top specialist at Reese’s Senior Bowl
    San Diego State senior football player Jeff Overbaugh (Anchorage, Alaska) was recently named the Top Specialist at the Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. Overbaugh was honored as a top practice performer panel of NFL scouts and Reese’s Senior Bowl personnel for his play over the week in Mobile, which featured some of the top draft eligible seniors in the nation.
  • Kyle Kelley Selected to USA Today 2015 All-Bowl Team
    San Diego State junior defensive end Kyle Kelley (Irvine, Calif.) was named to the USA Today Sports All-Bowl team, the newspaper announced on Friday. It is the second postseason accolade for Kelley, who was also selected to the Associated Press 2015 All-Bowl Team earlier this month.
  • McGrane: Continuity Makes a Comeback
    Rocky Long didn’t attend college football’s biggest poaching party this week, the one where stealing is not only legal but largely the focal point of the proceedings.
  • Three Aztecs Accept All-Star Game Invitations
    Three San Diego State football players have accepted invitations to play in senior all-star games. Long snapper Jeff Overbaugh (Anchorage, Alaska) will compete in the Reese's Senior Bowl on Sat., Jan. 30 in Mobile, Ala., and offensive linemen Darrell Greene (Oakley, Calif.) and Pearce Slater (Los Angeles, Calif.) will play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Sat., Jan. 23 in Carson, Calif.
  • SDSU Football Press Conference Quotes
    San Diego State football head coach Rocky Long spoke with the media today after finishing the season with an 11-3 record.
  • SDSU’s Donnel Pumphrey to Return for Senior Year
    San Diego State football junior running back Donnel Pumphrey (Las Vegas), who needs just 318 yards to pass Marshall Faulk as the all-time Aztec rushing leader, will return for the 2016 season, he announced today.A two-time first-team all-Mountain West pick and the reigning 2015 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year, Pumphrey rushed for 1,653 yards and 17 touchdowns last season on 309 attempts (5.3 avg.), while adding a team-high 28 catches for 416 yards (14.9 avg.) and another three scores.
  • California Bank and Trust Student Athlete of the Week
    Announcement of the California Bank and Trust Student Athlete of the Week for December 28.
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