• Football Oct 24

    Aztecs Defense Slows Down Air Force to Remain Undefeated

    Entering their Saturday night showdown San Diego State was 6-0 ranked 21st in the nation while Air Force was 6-1 and receiving votes, just a few steps outside the Top 25. The Aztecs had the nation’s number one rushing defense (61 yards a game) while the Falcons had the country’s top rushing offense (336 yards an outing). As it turns…

  • Football Oct 23

    Aztecs Face Unique (And Tough) Challenge at Air Force

    On Saturday night, San Diego State heads to Air Force. The 22st-ranked Aztecs are 6-0. The Falcons are 6-1 and receiving votes in the national polls. Then consider Colorado Springs is 6,035 feet above sea level and you understand why this trip is no picnic. “This is definitely, definitely, our biggest challenge of the year,” says Aztecs head coach Brady…

  • Football Oct 16

    Aztecs Pull Off 2-OT Win to Remain Undefeated

    For 60 minutes the Aztecs offense was truly horrible. Then they remembered they have Jesse Matthews, and everything changed. Matthews caught a pair of touchdown passes in overtime, the 2nd one a walkoff job, to lead San Diego State to a 19-13, double overtime win at San Jose State. The 24th-ranked Aztecs go to 6-0 on the season and are…

  • NCAA Sep 26

    Aztecs Stay Undefeated With Blowout of Towson

    San Diego State didn’t get off to a great start against Towson, an FCS program with a 1-2 record. The good news is they didn’t let the bad beginning last very long. The Aztecs fell behind 7-0 before rolling to a 48-21 win. At one point they led by 34 points. Towson quarterback Chris Ferguson dropped a snap and...

  • Football Sep 24

    Aztecs Ride Defense to Undefeated Start

    San Diego State is undefeated, despite having already had to start two different quarterbacks due to injury and having really no passing game to speak of. The Aztecs are 125th in the nation in passing offense (keep in mind there are just 130 FBS programs). Their saving grace has been a tremendous rushing attack (14th in the country) and, perhaps…

  • Football Sep 20

    Aztecs Employ Trick Play to Stay Undefeated … But Where Did it Come From?

    This year the NCAA made a rule change to avoid overly long overtime games. If a game reaches a third overtime each team gets one shot at a 2-point conversion. On Saturday night the Aztecs and Utes were the first ones to experience it. The very first play ever called in this format might go down as the greatest call…

  • Football Sep 19

    Aztecs Outlast Utah in Triple Overtime

    There’s no doubt San Diego State can run the football. There’s no doubt they have a stellar defense. But, if they want to become an elite program they’re going to have to throw the football. It took them a while to realize it but they did just in time to salvage a thrilling 33-31, triple-OT win over Utah to...

  • Football Sep 17

    Aztecs Ready to Make A(nother) Statement vs. Pac-12 Opponent

    San Diego State is 2-0 and coming off a 38-14 demolition of Arizona. The Wildcats aren’t a great program, but keep in mind they only lost to nationally-ranked BYU by eight points, so maybe people need to be giving the Aztecs a little more credit for going into Tucson and whipping another Pac-12 team. Since 2016 the Aztecs are 6-2…

  • Arizona Sep 13

    Aztecs Special Teams (With a Nod to Rudy) Shine in 2-0 Start

    San Diego State running back Kaegen Williams was named the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday. The senior blocked a punt (that was returned for a touchdown by Tyrell Shavers) in the Aztecs 38-14 win at Arizona. He also had 55 yards from scrimmage on just 10 touches. Williams is a first team-caliber running back,…

  • UCSD Sep 13

    New U.S. News & World Report Rankings Recognize Local Universities for Excellence

    UC San Diego was named among the top 10 public universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report Monday, while San Diego State University’s International Business program earned the school a top 10 spot among similar programs nationwide.

  • Arizona Sep 12

    Aztecs Go to Arizona and Crush the Wildcats

    In their opener the Aztecs trailed a very bad New Mexico State team 10-0 at halftime before finding their footing and scoring 28 unanswered points. They did not suffer another slow start in Arizona. Against a Pac-12 team, on the road, SDSU scored early and didn’t stop for a while in a 38-14 win over the Wildcats. Just 90 seconds…

  • College Area Sep 8

    Reward Increases to $10k for Tips in Shooting That Wounded Teen in College Area

    Authorities reached out to the public again Wednesday for help in identifying a man who shot a teenage boy during a fight in the College area.

  • Aztecs Aug 25

    Jordon Brookshire Wins SDSU's Starting QB Job

    Jordon Brookshire dealt with the disappointment of falling short in San Diego State’s crowded quarterback competition a year ago. Not only did he not win the job, he entered the season fourth on the depth chart. Another season, another group of players vying for the opportunity – but this time, for Brookshire, a new result. Brady Hoke told reporters Wednesday…

  • SDSU Aug 20

    Return of College Parties Worries SDSU Neighbors

    Students are back on campus and the College Area is buzzing again despite the threats of the coronavirus, and non-student neighbors are worried about the repercussions.

  • SDSU Aug 20

    Return of College Parties Worries SDSU Neighbors

    College Area families told NBC 7’s Amber Frias they’re worried about college parties worsening the rate of community spread in their neighborhood.

  • Covid-19 Aug 18

    What's Up in San Diego County For Aug. 18, 2021

    There were more than 1,700 COVID-19 cases reported yesterday. That’s the highest seen since January. And, it’s been one year since the groundbreaking on Mission Valley’s new stadium. SDSU celebrates the milestone. Here’s What’s Up in San Diego County For Aug. 18, 2021.

  • Covid-19 Aug 6

    What's Up in San Diego County on Aug. 6, 2021

    Six COVID-19 testing sites are reopening to meet demand. The county is averaging 13,000 tests a day. And, Aztecs basketball is back! Here’s What’s Up in San Diego County on Aug. 6, 2021.

  • SDSU Jul 16

    San Diego State, USC Highlight Wooden Legacy Field on Thanksgiving Weekend

    Saint Joseph’s will play Southern California and Georgetown will take on San Diego State in the Wooden Legacy on Thanksgiving weekend.

  • Football Jul 16

    Aztecs Student-Athletes Cashing in on N.I.L. Deals in San Diego

    On July 1, with a strong nudge from the Supreme Court, the NCAA changed one of its most stringent, and longstanding, rules. Student-athletes are now able to be compensated for their Names, Images and Likenesses. In a nutshell, collegiate athletes can now benefit financially from their notoriety instead of being limited to a scholarship. The decision wasn’t expected until 2023,…

  • SDSU Jul 8

    Do You Recognize Them? Vandals Who Targeted SDSU's Chabad House Sought

    San Diego State University and San Diego County Crime Stoppers released images of a couple of vandals who targeted the university’s Chabad House last month in hopes someone from the public could help identify them.

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