• NCAA Nov 26

    Mitchell, Schakel Lead SDSU to 73-58 Win Over No. 22 UCLA

    Matt Mitchell and Jordan Schakel scored 15 points apiece and San Diego State used its disruptive defense and 3-point shots to beat No. 22 UCLA 73-58 in the season opener for both teams

  • Football Nov 22

    Aztecs Run Out of Luck in Reno

    SDSU went to Nevada for a national TV game against an undefeated team they needed to beat to keep their Mountain West Conference title game hopes alive. In the first half the Aztecs were the better team. In the second half that team disappeared, at least on offense. San Diego State let a lead slip away with a dismal 2nd-half…

  • Nevada Nov 20

    Aztecs Take Center Stage on National TV This Weekend

    Every Saturday at 12:30, the Southeastern Conference puts one of its biggest games on CBS. In the South, it’s a MAJOR deal. It’s where Chris Davis returned the Kick-6 to win the Iron Bowl and Johnny Manziel dismantled Alabama to win a Heisman Trophy. In college football this space is hallowed ground. This weekend, 5th-ranked Texas A&M and resurgent...

  • March Madness Nov 17

    March Madness in One Place? NCAA Looking at Indianapolis

    The NCAA says it plans to hold the entire 2021 men’s college basketball tournament in one location to mitigate the risks of the coronavirus

  • Football Nov 15

    Aztecs Bounce Back With Blowout Win Over Hawaii

    In last week’s loss to San Jose State the Aztecs only had 101 yards rushing, an extremely low number for a ground game that’s been among the nation’s best over the last decade. On Saturday afternoon they went back to their bread and butter. In worked in a big way. San Diego State rolled up 327 yards on the...

  • NCAA Nov 13

    Point Loma Nazarene Athletics Return to Play Dates Announced

    For the first time in nearly a year, Point Loma Nazarene’s athletics department has some good news. The PacWest Conference announced the first stages of their return-to-play plan. The Sea Lions will get to play games that count starting in mid-January when basketball season gets going. “I think there’s been a great amount of relief, excitement, joy,” says head...

  • Ivy League Nov 13

    Ivy League Cancels Winter Sports as Coronavirus Cases Rise

    The Ivy League announced on Thursday that it would be canceling all winter sports as a result of surging coronavirus cases, making them the first Division I conference to cancel winter sports this year.

  • Football Nov 7

    Aztecs Miscues Lead to 1st Loss of the Season

    San Diego State and San Jose State were both 2-0 when they started their Friday night showdown. The Aztecs made far too many mistakes to stay undefeated. A trio of turnovers in the 2nd half handed the Spartans a 28-17 win at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. On the very first series of the game Spartans quarterback Nick Starkel,…

  • Football Oct 30

    Aztecs Make 1st Road Trip of 2020 Season

    In their season opener against UNLV, San Diego State’s defense was phenomenal. The Aztecs allowed just 25 yards of total offense in the 1st half and won 34-6. A lot of their players are kinda ticked off about it. “Our goal as a defense is to pitch a shutout. Anything less than that, to us, is unacceptable,” says SDSU defensive…

  • Aztecs Oct 27

    Orlando Event Off for Aztecs as Schedule Shuffle Continues

    Last week Brian Dutcher said he wasn’t ready to release San Diego State’s non-conference schedule. Today brought more uncertainty about what the early season holds for the Aztecs and a number of other programs. It also brought a report of an exciting matchup that could be on its way to Viejas Arena. ESPN will not host multi-team events at...

  • Aztecs Oct 27

    Aztecs Win Won't Be Followed By Trip to Disney World

    Scheduling sports during a pandemic is a major challenge — Monday brought disappointing news in college basketball that has an impact on SDSU. NBC 7 sports anchor Darnay Tripp explains.

  • Aztecs Oct 22

    Promising Signs for SDSU in Leadup to Unusual Season

    It seemed like a fitting point, given the setting. As Brian Dutcher addressed reporters on a video conference call, the Aztec basketball coach spoke about the need to adjust and be flexible during the pandemic. He didn’t miss the perfect example sitting right in front of him. “I didn’t even know what Zoom was,” Dutcher confessed. “None of us...

  • Football Oct 17

    Aztecs Name Starting QB for Season Opener

    The Aztecs are one week away from their first football game of the season, against UNLV in their temporary home at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. But, as the real thing gets closer, SDSU still hasn’t gotten much of its traditional prep time. “We’re still virtually meeting most of the time,” says head coach Brady Hoke. “We’re going...

  • NCAA Oct 2

    Aztecs 2020 Football Schedule Released

    A week after the Mountain West Conference announced its plans to return to football we know what the schedule is going to look like. San Diego State will play four of its seven scheduled conference games at “home,” which is Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. The slate looks like this: Saturday, Oct. 24 vs. UNLVSaturday, Oct. 31 at Utah…

  • Football Sep 25

    Mountain West to Start Football Season October 24

    The Mountain West will play football in 2020 after all. Following a meeting with the Board of Directors, the conference announced that it will start its season October 24th. Teams will play eight games, with the schedule yet to be released. The conference will hold its championship game on December 19th. “Our guys have been working hard and it will…

  • Aztecs Sep 15

    Aztecs to Call Carson Home in 2021

    Another San Diego football team is headed north. For a year, that is. San Diego State announced Tuesday morning that they will play in 2021 at Dignity Health Sports Park. The stadium in Carson was the home of the Chargers from 2017-2019 following their departure from San Diego. The program says the move was necessitated by their construction timeline. While…

  • NCAA Sep 3

    College Football Stars Could Earn as Much as $2.4 Million Per Year, Based on NCAA Revenues, Study Says

    The debate over whether the top college athletes should be paid more like professional players continues to rage, even as those athletes now have more avenues for making money while playing collegiate sports.

  • NCAA Aug 20

    NCAA Moves Toward Free Year of Eligibility for Fall Athletes

    College athletes who play fall sports, including football, will be given a free year of eligibility no matter how much they compete over the next 10 months if an NCAA recommendation is approved later this week.

  • Football Aug 18

    Ground Is Broken: Will Aztec Stadium Lead to Wins and Money?

    NBC 7’s Derek Togerson looks at the impact a new Mission Valley stadium could have on SDSU athletics in this commentary Shovels ceremoniously diving into dirt is a symbol of hope for San Diego State’s athletics department. While several programs like soccer and lacrosse will call Aztec Stadium home, make no mistake: This facility is being built for football....

  • sports Aug 13

    Critical Mass: From College to the Pros Sports are Struggling With COVID-19

    Anthony Tall of the Aspires Sports Group breaks down down how sports across the board are still struggling dealing COVID-19.

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