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SDSU FOOTBALL NAMES CAPTAINS FOR 2016 CAMPAIGN

 

Alex Barrett, Damontae Kazee, Calvin Munson, Donnel Pumphrey and Nico Siragusa will lead the Aztecs this season

Source: goaztecs.com press release

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August 24, 2016 (San Diego) - San Diego State Football has named Alex Barrett (Mesa, Ariz.), Damontae Kazee (San Bernadino, Calif.), Calvin Munson (St. Charles, Mo.), Donnel Pumphrey (Las Vegas) and Nico Siragusa (Chula Vista, Calif.) as its captains for the 2016 campaign, head coach Rocky Long announced today.


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AZTECS STAY FRESH WITH ANNUAL SPRING GAME

 

 

 

By Liz Alper

March 19, 2016 (San Diego) - The San Diego State Aztecs played their annual spring football game today. The black team squared off against the white team.


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AZTECS WIN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

 
All photos credited to:  Derrick Tuscan, SDSU Athletic Media Relations  
 
 
By Liz Alper
 
December 6, 2015 (San Diego) - In Aztec culture, the warrior is seen as strong and fearless in the face of adversity.  The Aztecs haven't faced that much adversity in nine weeks.  Last night, it smacked them in the face, but they stayed true to their name and stayed strong up until the final seconds of the Mountain West conference championship game.

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AZTECS PREP FOR MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Photo: Rocky Long, SDSU News Center
 
By Liz Alper
 
December 2, 2015 (San Diego) - With the Mountain West conference championship game just four days away, Aztec football head coach Rocky Long says he views this game as the first game of the year; he is nervous because he knows this is not just another game.

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AZTECS CLINCH MOUNTAIN WEST'S WEST DIVISION TITLE

Photo credit:  Stan Liu, SDSU Athletic Media Relations
 
By Liz Alper
 
November 23, 2015 (San Diego) - Everyone said UNLV would be a tough game.  Even Rocky Long, one of the toughest guys at SDSU, said UNLV would be a tough team to beat.
 
The Aztecs proved their own coach wrong.  As Union Tribune writer Nick Canepa tweeted Saturday night, "Today, November 21, 2015, San Diego State is a football school again."
 

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COACH LONG AND THE AZTECS MARCH ON TO UNLV

By Liz Alper

 

Photo:  Rocky Long, SDSU News Center

 

November 17, 2015 (San Diego) - The now bowl-eligible San Diego State Aztecs face UNLV on Saturday, and Coach Rocky Long says that the Aztecs aren't dwelling on the achievement.

 


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