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Brigham Young then-sophomore quarterback Zach Wilson is sacked by San Diego State then-senior linebacker Troy Cassidy (right) and then-sophomore linebacker Seyddrick Lakalaka during the Aztecs 13-3 win over the Cougars on Nov. 30, 2019 at SDCCU Stadium.

Column: Is Brigham Young football actually good?

by Andrew Finley, Staff Writer // December 10, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic stopping everyone in their tracks in 2020, it’s pretty amazing to have had a college football season. The season was thrown...

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Rashaad Penny is all smiles during the Aztecs 42-23 victory over Nevada on Nov. 18 at SDCCU Stadium.

Penny misses final Heisman cut

by Zach Engberg, Sports Editor // December 4, 2017

The Heisman Trophy Trust announced the three finalists for the 2017 Heisman Trophy award on Monday afternoon, leaving senior San Diego State running back...

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For SDSU football, the College Football Playoff rankings arent the most important

For SDSU football, the College Football Playoff rankings aren’t the most important

by Kris Keehl, Senior Staff Columnist // November 10, 2015

For this year’s San Diego State football team, six is the number that delineates bad from good. Six years ago was the last time SDSU football was...

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Aztecs require renovations to Rise to 25

Aztecs require renovations to ‘Rise to 25’

by Kris Keehl, Staff Columnist // February 2, 2015

Just prior to San Diego State’s football team playing the United States Naval Academy in the Poinsettia Bowl, Athletic Director Jim Sterk launched the...

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Creating hope for small conference teams

Creating hope for small conference teams

by Cameron Salce, Staff Columnist // November 3, 2014

Jim Mora’s famous press conference meltdown perfectly portrays every San Diego State football fan’s attitude toward the College Football Playoff. “Playoffs?...

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Photo by Monica Linzmeier, Photo Editor

Get excited for College Football Playoff

by Cameron Salce // April 7, 2014

If the NCAA has one thing right, it’s the playoff format of the men and women’s college basketball tournament.  The NCAA tournament is arguably the...

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