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Junior linebacker Caden McDonald strip sacks Hawaii sophomore quarterback Chevan Cordeiro during the Aztecs 34-10 win over the Rainbow Warriors at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif. on Nov. 14

Three observations: Aztecs claim third win of season in 34-10 victory over Hawaii

by Kyle Betz, Sports Editor // November 14, 2020

San Diego State football defeated Hawaii 34-10 in the team’s third home game of the season at Dignity Health Sports Park on Nov. 14. With another...

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Junior wide receiver Kahale Warring is unable to catch a potential two-point conversion in overtime of the Aztecs 31-30 loss to Hawaii on Nov. 24 at SDCCU Stadium.

Aztecs lose overtime thriller, 31-30, to Hawaii in final home game

by Abraham Jewett, Sports Editor // November 25, 2018

No guts, no glory. That is the saying San Diego State football took to heart on Saturday night, during the final game of the regular season at SDCCU...

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Senior running back Rashaad Penny attempts a run to the left side during SDSUs 27-3 loss to Fresno State.

SDSU defeats Hawaii, 28-7, on Penny’s career night

by Abraham Jewett, Assistant Sports Editor // October 28, 2017

San Diego State senior running back Rashaad Penny has had a quiet last couple of weeks in the Aztecs consecutive losses to Boise State and Fresno State. But...

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Sophomore tight end Parker Houston tackled by a Boise State defender during SDSUs 14-31 loss to Boise on Oct. 14.

SDSU looking for pot of gold against Rainbow Warriors

by Abraham Jewett, Assistant Sports Editor // October 27, 2017

After two consecutive blowout losses at home, a six-hour flight to tropical paradise could be just what the doctor ordered for San Diego State football. The...

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Sophomore linebacker Ronley Lakalaka (39) and junior safety Kameron Kelly (7) celebrate after Lakalakas interception.

Aztecs complete first shutout in MW play with 55-0 win over Hawaii

by Zach Engberg, Assistant Sports Editor // November 5, 2016

Fittingly, in San Diego State football's 55-0 victory over University of Hawaii, its most dominant win of the 2016 season, no one player stole the spotlight. Seven...

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