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SDSU Football: Post Game Recap of San Jose State Game.

San Diego State lost to a very good San Jose State team in the closing seconds of the game. The final score of tonight’s game between the San Diego State Aztecs and the San Jose State Spartans was SDSU 34 and SJSU 38.

San Diego State 34

I am going to start off this recap with the good news. The San Diego State offensive line played one of the best games in recent Aztec history. The offensive line lead the Aztec running back core to 55 carries for 271 yards and 2 touchdowns. An average of 4.9 yards per carry, The Aztec offensive line also led Adam Muema to the best game of his young career. He had 25 carries for 202 yards and one touchdown (83 yard run). That gave Muema a 8.1 yards per carry average on the ground. Below is the rushing stats from tonight’s game.

PLAYER ATT YDS TD LNG AVG
Adam Muema 25 202 1 83 8.1
Walter Kazee 17 90 1 30 5.3
Colin Locket 1 15 0 15 15
Total 55 271 2 83 4.9

San Diego State offensive line had a bad night protecting Aztec Quarterback Ryan Katz. Ryan Katz was sacked five times and ended the game with a sack. Ryan Katz had a great game in the air hooking up with eight different receivers. Ryan Katz completed passes to Gavin Escobar, Colin Locket, Dylan Denso, Chad Young, Dominique Sandifur, Ezell Ruffin, Tim Vizzi and Brice Butler. We have provided you with tonight’s passing statistics.

PLAYER C-A YDS TD I RTG
Ryan Katz 17-27 213 2 0 153.7

San Diego State defensive back Leon McFadden who was given the distinguished award as Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of The Year has another interception in tonight’s game. The interception has his second in two games. The San Diego State defense blew tonight’s game giving up a season high 21 points in the fourth quarter.

San Jose State 38

San Jose State’s offensive played a horrible game if compared to the last time the two teams met. San Jose State’s offensive held the ball for 22 minutes compared to San Diego State’s 37 minutes. San Jose State’s offensive line held the San Diego State defense to just one sack. I do give San Jose State’s offensive credit. They scored 21 points during the fourth quarter of tonight’s game and San Diego State defense plays their hardest in the fourth quarter. They could not ink out the win at Stanford but held on to defeat the Aztecs tonight. Below we have included San Jose States passing stats.

PLAYER C-A YDS TD I
David Fales 21-31 260 4 1

San Jose State won the game tonight by the play of their special teams. Having returned one kick off for a touchdown and returned several more kicks more than 40 yards. San Jose State had a total of 7 kick off returns for a total of 253 yards (34.1 yards per kick return). This set up the San Jose State offensive to have less yards to score. San Jose State’s defense held when they needed the most and were able to end the game with a sack of Ryan Katz.

About DavidSDSU (1249 Articles)
I graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Media Studies. I am also the Founder and CEO of San Diego Sports Domination. I am an award winning blogger and have been covering San Diego State Athletics and San Diego Sports for the past 10 years. I have written many guest articles and have appeared in many podcasts. I am also the team photographer for the San Diego Silverbacks, San Diego Surf (WPSL) and San Diego Strike Force. At my day job, I am a Live Coverage and Studio Coordinator at STN Digital a Digital Marketing Agency that works in the Sports & Entertainment Industry. We work with the biggest sports & entertainment companies in the world.

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