San Diego State had a chance to get into the Mountain West Conference Championship game but they had to win their last two games to do it. They'll have to try it again next year.
The Aztecs dropped a 23-14 decision at Fresno State on Saturday night, officially giving the Bulldogs the MWC West Division title and a spot in the conference title game for the second straight year.
SDSU only had 282 yards of total offense and more than half of those came on two plays. Wide receiver Fred Travillion caught a pair of touchdown passes, one a 75-yarder from Christian Chapman and the other a 70-yard strike from Ryan Agnew. Those two plays accounted for the only Aztecs scoring.
The Aztecs only ran 48 plays while FSU ran 67 plays, controlling the ball for nearly 37 minutes. That's usually what San Diego State does but their usually stellar rushing attack was held 64 yards on 27 attempts.
San Diego State falls to 7-4 with one more game, next Saturday at home against Hawaii.