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Crystal Ball Run:
All week long, Crystal Ball Run's staff is handing out their postseason awards, in the aptly titles "Awards Week."
Today, staff writer Michael Felder is taking a look at his "Effort of the Year," San Jose State's Duke Ihenacho.
There are a lot of reasons that people watch football; the pageantry, the entertainment of 22 guys going up and down the field, the points, the big hits, because it's on or their alma mater is playing. All of those are good enough reasons to watch the sport I love and each of those is a reason that I tune into as much college football as I can on the regular.
However, those are not the primary reasons that I hunker down in the fortress and get lost in hours upon hours of football.
Truth be told, I'm a nuance and a love guy. The X's and O's of the game really get me going. Third down decisions and spinning safeties to combat a dominate wide receiver are at the top of what I'm watching the game to see. How a t...
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Tailgating is not just reserved for those “big schools” that come from the BCS conferences that play on national TV every single week. College football tailgating comes in all shapes and sizes and those “smaller schools”, their fans, students and alumni can tailgate with the big boys any day. Great example would be the email I received from a reader who shared this photo...
QB/LB Christian Tago of Highland High School in Palmdale, Calif., gave San Jose State his verbal pledge at the end of October. He'd visited the campus on several occasions, but last weekend was his official visit.
Inside Sparta brings you action photos of the San Jose State men's basketball team as they went up against Cal on Wednesday at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley, Calif. The Spartans fell in a lopsided contest 81-36.
Seniors Matt Faulkner and Kirsten Trammell have been named the San Jose State
lt;br />Spartan Foundation Athletes of the Month for November.
Berkeley, Calif.-----Wil Carter and D.J. Brown scored in double figures for San Jose State in an 81-36 loss to Cal.
Dec 7, 10:30 PM | Haas Pavilion
San Jose State Spartans vs California Golden Bears Odds
San Jose State pays a visit to California on Wednesday, hoping to send the Golden Bears to a loss while covering the college basketball spread at Haas Pavilion.
The Golden Bears are 6-2 so far on the season, and 5-2 ATS vs. the number. The Spartans, meanwhile, are...
Three Spartans score in double figures, but Cal State Northridge out rebounds San Jose State 60-35 en route to the win.
Cal doubled the San Jose State ouput and then some as the Bears crushed the Spartans 83-36 at Haas Pavlion in Berkeley, Calif. Adding insult to injury, the Bears didn't need to score a single point in the second half in order to win.
Departure of Boise State, San Diego State to Big East likely to open door for Spartans.
Frank Marqua's story in the Santa Rosa (Calif.) Press Democrat details the 1941 San Jose State football team in Honolulu when Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7.