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Aztecjeff

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  1. CBS Channel 8 San Diego: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfLSuOsT9WY
  2. https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sports/national/story/2021-07-14/aztec-stadium-topped-out-less-than-14-months-before-1st-game https://oxblue.com/pro/videoRedirect.php?videoCamID=0fdc5b7e09245eaba289af7ba36d9a75
  3. San Diego Union Tribune report on progress of Aztec Stadium: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sports/aztecs/story/2021-07-03/aztec-stadium-update-sdsu-mission-valley-steel-beams-being-placed-precast-concrete-light-standards-seating-coming
  4. It appears the wave of the future is to eliminate divisions in football once the expanded playoffs begin. This way the two highest ranked teams can duke it out for the conference championship. If not, conferences risk eliminating themselves from the playoff and/or the highest ranked bowl games. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/report-college-football-divisions-could-be-in-jeopardy/ar-AAL4uO5 https://trojanswire.usatoday.com/2021/06/16/pac-12-needs-to-eliminate-divisions-in-football-for-12-team-playoff/
  5. https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/31649472/jimmy-kimmel-title-sponsor-la-bowl-which-debut-december
  6. Live Construction Cam: https://oxblue.com/pro/videoRedirect.php?videoCamID=0fdc5b7e09245eaba289af7ba36d9a75
  7. As an Aztecs alumni and lifelong fan, I consider SDSU's football rivals to be: Fresno State, San Jose State and Hawaii. I have never considered UNLV as rival for San Diego State. After Hawaii, I would consider Nevada as the next rival for SDSU... not UNLV. Rivals are created by their common history, not by their common proximity.
  8. From Wikipedia:In the 42 College All-Star Games, the defending pro champions won 31, the All-Stars won nine, and two were ties, giving the collegians a .238 winning percentage.Game results:Year Date Winning team Losing team Attendance Series1934 August 31 College All-Stars 0 Chicago Bears 0 79,432 Tied 0–0–11935 August 29 Chicago Bears 5 College All-Stars 0 77,450 NFL 1–0–11936 September 2 College All-Stars 7 Detroit Lions 7 76,000 NFL 1–0–21937 September 1 College All-Stars[2] 6 Green Bay Packers 0 84,560 Tied 1–1–21938 August 31 College All-Stars[3] 28 Washington Redskins 16 74,250 Colleges
  9. Don't be so sure of yourself! Here's a little known College Football fact you should get familiar with:http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/55399888/
  10. Alabama has the best college football team $$$ can buy... including its players! Don't for a minute think those boys aren't aren't being paid under the table. Putting that aside, which NFL squads could Alabama realistically beat this year? And why?
  11. Easy: 1. Neither school EARNED the right to join the conference by way of accomplishment 2. MWC "settled" for both schools in order to survive as a conference... AND FOR NO OTHER REASON 3. Utah State suffers from an inferiority complex to BYU (a BYU "wanna-be"... yet forever labled a BYU "never-2-bee") 4. Logan doesn't even appear on the college football radar... not even in the State of Utah. Why would anyone go to Logan in the first place? (maybe an occasional intoxicated hitchhiker on his/her way to Laramie, perhaps?) 5. Both schools lack a sense of identity. If it weren't
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