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San Jose State players and coaches are wondering what went wrong after watching their bowl hopes evaporate over the past three weeks, and their sputtering running game is getting much of the blame.
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Navy visits San Jose State on Saturday (4:00 p.m./ ESPN3) in hopes of getting one step closer to bowl eligibility. Look inside to find out all the information you need to follow the game.
San Jose State's strong performances early on have garnered the team a No. 2 ranking
lt;br />in the season's first CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major Division I poll, released Thursday.
A half court shot fell short at the end of overtime as San Jose State dropped an exciting contest to the San Francisco 83-81 at War Memorial Gym in San Francisco. Sophomore guard Keith Shamburger led all scorers with 23 points.
Nov 19, 4:00 PM | Turf of Spartan Stadium
Navy Midshipmen vs San Jose State Spartans Odds
Spartan Stadium will feature Spartans vs. Midshipmen on Saturday as both teams try to pay off for bettors in Week 12 action.
The Spartans currently sports a record of 3-7, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 6-4 ATS. The Midshipmen are 4-6 and 6-4 ATS...
San Jose State Athletics and NeuLion Introduce Mobile Solution for Spartan Athletics
Keith Shamburger made two free throws with 6.2 seconds left, lifting San Jose State to a 51-50 victory over UC Irvine on Monday night.
This Saturday’s game for the Navy Midshipmen isn’t the final
test of a difficult and trying season… it only feels that way.
Navy won’t be concluding its regular season when it travels
to Silicon Valley to take on the San Jose State Spartans this weekend, but
since the Midshipmen won’t play another game for three weeks after this
contest, they’ll have to devote a unique...
San Jose State can notch its first two-game winning streak of the season when the Spartans face USF, Wednesday, November 16, in San Francisco.
When the Naval Academy football team made its first trek to the Bay Area to face Cal in 1947, aircraft carriers, destroyers and cruisers pulled into East Bay ports, more than 150,000 fans crammed Berkeley's streets for a football festival the night before and a capacity crowd of 80,000 filled
San Jose State overcame early deficits in both the first and third sets and held off a late Texas Tech rally to score a 3-2 victory Tuesday night at Spartan Gym.
Alex Akana recorded her career-best 17th kill to give San Jose State a win over the Red Raiders Tuesday night.