San Jose, Calif.
David Fales is a two year starting quarterback for the San Jose State Spartans where he exhibited great poise and is looking to up his game in the NFL. While he is far from the stereotypical prototype signal caller, he does possess other vital components.
Height: 6-foot-1 3/8
Weight: 220 pounds
Hand Size: 9 1/4
Year: Senior (RS)
Fales is pinpoint accurate...
San Jose State University QB David Fales is getting a lot of attention prior to the draft process as analysts go back and review his tape. Some writers think highly of the small-school product, ranking him immediately after Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles. But I disagree. Before forming too much of an opinion […]
The well-traveled Greg Robinson is reportedly going back to California.
After taking over as Texas's defensive coordinator in midseason and helping the Longhorns to a 69th-place finish in FBS total defense, Robinson has been hired to the same position on Ron Caragher's staff at San Jose State , CoachingSearch.com and the San Jose Mercury-News reported this week.
Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Chandler “Jet” Jones, WR, San José State Chandler Jones walked onto the Spartans team as a true freshman and had a terrific five seasons with the team. He is currently the San José State career leader for receptions (248) and touchdown receptions (29) and second in receiving yardage (3,087). He is […]The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview...
Rebecca Woodberry scored on a layup off the opening tip and then started making 3-pointers for San Jose State at No. 9 Baylor on Tuesday night.
Woodberry and the short-handed Spartans were only able to keep up for about 6 1/2 minutes, before falling behind for good and losing 113-73 when the Lady Bears extended their nation's-best home winning streak to 64 games.
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December 04, 2013
This is one of those plays that we see from time to time that look great when they work, but at the same time you almost wish/hope that they don't. There is nothing quite like the epic fail than a poorly timed hurdle on a football field.
San Jose State tight end Billy Freeman shows exactly how to hurdle a defender; lucky for him the Wyoming defender ducked his head!
Last week, San Jose State unveiled one of the oddest basketball floor designs you’ll ever see — it received very mixed reviews, as expected. Yesterday, the school continued to shake things up with the release off all-new basketball uniforms — here are a couple of photos:
@SJSUMBB team picture in progress! pic.twitter.com/tL1RcvFY64
— Spartan Athletics (@SJSUAthletics) October...
The award for most creative offseason court redesign goes to the Spartans of San Diego State.
The basketball court at San Jose State Event Center — which previously was nothing remarkable — now features an off-center, oversized Spartan logo and five very large Spartans, creating a scene on the floor that looks like something out of 300.
Whether San Diego State can field a team...
San Jose State may now have the craziest college basketball court in America. The school didn’t just put a giant version of their “Spartans” logo at mid-court, they put five actual Spartans with shields that spell out “SJSU” underneath, as well. Justin Allegri, the “Voice of the Spartans”, tweeted out a picture earlier this week:
Tell me this isn’t the best basketball...
San Jose State punter Harrison Waid, called on for an onside kick Saturday against Minnesota, wound up getting knocked down and subsequently ejected for picking a fight with pretty much the entire Gopher team.
Hey, who said punters were afraid to mix it up?
But Minnesota did the butt-kicking with a 43-24 win .
San Jose State’s punter, Harrison Waid, just got ejected from SJSU’s game against Minnesota for freaking out after taking a block at the end of a play late in the game. This isn’t the first time Waid has lost his mind. Seems like he’s got enough crazy inside him to make Chris Kluwe proud. [Hustle Belt] The post San Jose State’s punter is a psychopath appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
San Jose State cornerback Ronnie Yell is a solid option for teams looking to pick up a defensive back with special teams/return ability. In addition to logging 41 tackles & 9 pass breakups as a senior at cornerback across from another talented teammate, Bene Benikwere, Yell also averaged 20 per kick return over his career. His overall versatility has NFL teams intrigued, and...
San Jose State has fired men's basketball coach George Nessman after eight seasons with the Spartans.
Athletic director Gene Bleymaier announced the move on Wednesday, a day after San Jose State's season ended with a 67-49 loss to UTSA in the WAC tournament in Las Vegas.
The Spartans went 9-20 this season, their second straight campaign with only nine wins. Nessman had...
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March 13, 2013
San Jose State was scheduled to host UTSA on Thursday night but due to a leaky roof at The Event Center the game was cancelled and will not be made up.
Heavy rain began falling in the San Jose area about one hour before the scheduled tip-off and water began to leak onto the court with 25 minutes left in warm-ups.
The Roadrunners (8-20, 3-13 WAC) will finish the regular season at...
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March 08, 2013
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This Military Bowl will feature San Jose State and a team from the Mid-American Conference.
San Jose State has accepted an invitation, and the MAC announced Friday night that it reached an agreement with the bowl for one of its teams to be in the game Dec. 27. The Military Bowl is played at RFK Stadium. Last year, another MAC team was in it when Toledo beat Air Force 42-41.
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November 30, 2012