Houston vs. San Diego State's insane final minute makes Rob Gray a March Madness hero

Rob Gray finished with 39 points, including the go-ahead bucket
2 days ago

Houston guard Rob Gray puts up 39 points and an acrobatic game-winning layup in thrilling win over SDSU

March Madness, meet Houston guard Rob Gray. Gray scored 23 of Houston’s 28 second-half points, finished with a career-high 39 and led the Cougars to a thrilling 67-65 victory over San Diego State in the NCAA Tournament opening round Thursday. Gray capped his remarkable performance with an agile game-winning layup with only a second to play. With everyone in the building, including...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago

Houston vs. San Diego State: Live updates from NCAA Tournament 2018, score, online stream, TV info

Cougars take on the Aztecs in the West bracket. Here's how to watch or stream the game
2 days ago



NCAA Tournament: How state LGBT laws complicated San Diego State's travel plans

California law prevents state-funded travel to states with what are seen as discriminatory laws in place
4 days ago

NCAA Tournament 2018: San Diego State trip to Wichita won't be on Calif. dime

The state of California prohibits public universities from using taxpayer money to pay for travel to events in Kansas and seven other states.
Via Sporting News
5 days ago


Mountain West Tournament Final Preview: San Diego State v. New Mexico

With Nevada’s loss in the semi-finals, the Mountain West has suddenly become a two-bid league (again). After #2 seed Boise State bowed out in the Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals to #7 seed Utah State on Thursday night, the league found itself sitting at a crossroads. Expected to be a two-bid conference (Nevada and Boise State) in the NCAA Tournament, the Broncos’ hopes to...
Via Mountain West Connection
7 days ago


San Diego State RB Chase Jasmin appears to have avoided serious knee injury

Jasmin was third on the Aztecs in rushing last season.
Via College Football Talk
18 days ago

San Diego State RB Chase Jasmin may have suffered torn ACL

Aztecs could have one less candidate to replace lost production of Rashaad Penny in running game.
Via College Football Talk
19 days ago

Senior Bowl: Being There Vs. Getting The Media Morsels

This is my first Senior Bowl week where I have not been in Mobile since 2008, and it’s a decidedly different experience not being in attendance. Aside from missing the friends, the food, the nightlife, the hotel lobby and coffee shop fraternization with NFL scouts and coaches, I’m also missing the practice sessions.The experience of being there is quite divergent from the coverage...
Via RealGM - NBA
January 27, 2018  |  Discuss

Watch: Rashaad Penny rips off 73-yard TD during Senior Bowl

Anyone who watched Rashaad Penny play at San Diego State in 2017 knows all he does is make big plays. During the second quarter of the 2018 Senior Bowl on Saturday, he proved he can do it against top-level competition, too.The running back came through in a big way, catching a very nice throw by Kurt Benkert out of Virginia and taking it to the house. Already with a huge run in the...
Via Sportsnaut
January 27, 2018  |  Discuss

Top takeaways from college footballs Black Friday

Black Friday was a dark day indeed for the Miami Hurricanes, who were knocked off by a four-win Pittsburgh team in dominating fashion. While Miami’s playoff hopes aren’t completely dead — the ‘Canes could potentially win the ACC Championship Game and get in — it’s safe to say this was a huge loss for the U.On the other hand, Pitt once again gets to lay claim to knocking off a No...
Via Sportsnaut
November 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Rashaad Penny goes over 2,000 yards rushing on 51-yard TD

San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny has been one of the more underrated running backs in college football this season, and that’s a shame.On Friday as the Aztecs hosted New Mexico, Penny ripped off a 51-yard touchdown run, which put him over 2,000 yards on the season. The senior running back entered Week 13 with 1,824 yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground. Through two-and...
Via Sportsnaut
November 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Underdog U: San Diego State

Part of what makes college football great is a good underdog story. Most of the press is dedicated to covering the national powerhouses from Power Five conferences, but there are plenty of other teams out there who are worthy of your attention. In Underdog U, a series started by Austin Taliaferro, we take a look at one team from a non-Power Five conference who may be flying under...
Via The Sports Quotient
October 04, 2017  |  Discuss

Rashaad Penny takes high road, accepts eye-poker’s apology

San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny had the unfortunate displeasure of having his eyes poked at intentionally on Saturday night against Northern Illinois. The perpetrator was Huskies linebacker Antonio Jones-Davis, who was suspended one game for his action.Here’s a look at the eye-poking incident, which forced Penny out of the game for a bit. On Monday, Jones-Davis and Huskies...
Via Sportsnaut
October 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Northern Illinois suspends linebacker for eye gouging

Northern Illinois has suspended linebacker Antonio Jones-Davis a game for his eye gouging in Saturday’s game against San Diego State.CBS Sports Net video caught Jones-Davis gouging the eyes of San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny during the first quarter of the game, causing Penny to leave with his hands by his face. Northern Illinois saw the video of the dirty, unsportsmanlike...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 01, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Northern Illinois linebacker pokes SDSU running back in the eye

Even though officials do the best they can to police football games, cheap shots are a part of the sport, and sometimes players manage to get away with them — without punishment.It doesn’t matter what level of football — whether it’s high school, collegiate or pro — players’ emotions sometimes get the best of them, and those emotions can dictate their actions.That’s what happened...
Via The Sports Daily
October 01, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Northern Illinois LB caught eye gouging SDSU RB

A Northern Illinois linebacker was caught eye gouging an opponent at the bottom of the pile during the first half of Saturday’s game against San Diego State.Take a look at this video, which shows Northern Illinois sophomore linebacker Antonio Jones-Davis poking Aztecs RB Rashaad Penny in the eye: Penny was seen walking off the field with his hand by his eye after the poke. He remained...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 30, 2017  |  Discuss

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