What a game. This was one for the ages that will be talked about for years to come. San Jose State beat #16 Fresno State on Black Friday 62-52 in a wild, wild game. This was one of the biggest wins in school history. Records were broken. Dreams were dashed and renewed. And for a home game, the majority of those who came to the game went home unhappy. The following post tries to make sense of all the greatness that was San Jose State vs. Fresno State 2013. Continue reading
Later today, the Spartans will renew their rivalry with Fresno State. This game has been much anticipated since both teams’ schedules were released before the start of the season. The game is on Black Friday and is nationally televised on CBS Sports Network. The game also pits two rivals against each other. Adding to the hype is the fact that Fresno State is good. Really good. The Bulldogs are ranked #16 in the BCS and a win ensures them an undefeated season and a possible BCS Bowl game berth. For San Jose State, they must win to have any shot at a bowl. Continue reading
Tomorrow night the Spartans welcome the Aztecs to San Jose in a big Mountain West game for both teams. The game is especially significant for San Jose State as the team needs only one more victory to become bowl eligible. Although the Spartans should be favored at home, San Diego State does pose a threat as they almost defeated Fresno State and last season played the Spartans tough. Continue reading
San Jose State continued to roll in Las Vegas with a big 34 -24 win on Saturday. The Spartans are now 5-3 and poised to make a run at a spot in the Mountain West title game. There are three in-conference games left for the Spartans. If they win all three games, the Spartans will find themselves in the title game. Continue reading
After throwing for five touchdowns and over 480 yards last Saturday David Fales was once again named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Week. In addition to this, Fales was also honored with a nomination for the Capitol One Cup Impact Performance of the Week. The quarterback wasn’t the only high performing offensive player though, as Chandler Jones, Tyler Winston and Billy Freedman were all dubbed honorable mentions for the CFPA Performers of the Week.
Last Saturday night Spartan Stadium was filled with fireworks, both off the field and on. With eight seconds left quarterback David Fales rushed into the end zone for the winning touchdown as the Spartans defeated the Wyoming Cowboys and moved above .500 for the first time since the first week of the season. Continue reading
Well, it’s homecoming for San Jose State and the university is pulling out all the stops in the hopes of packing Spartan Stadium. The first 10,000 fans will either get a beanie or sunglasses. After the game there will be post-game fireworks. Oh yeah, the Spartans are also playing the Wyoming Cowboys amongst all the promotions.