San Diego State Aztecs Football Tickets

San Diego State Aztecs Football tickets

San Diego State Aztecs Football Schedule

College football is one of the most popular sports in the United States, and SDSU Aztecs fans in San Diego would be able to tell you exactly why. The Aztecs had a decent 2013 season in which they finished 8-5 overall with a 6-2 conference record and are looking to do even better in 2014. They got the season off to a great start with a win over Northern Arizona and a close game against number 21 North Carolina and should be ready to take on all of their stiffest Mountain West Conference opponents as the conference season gets underway. The Aztecs will be looking to pull of some big conference wins and make a move up the conference standings but will need all the help they can get from their fans at Qualcomm Stadium to do so. Get your Aztecs tickets from StubHub early as tickets for the best seats never stay available long.

The Aztecs have plenty of big home games coming up including a September 27th showdown with the UNLV Rebels which will be the Aztecs' first home conference game. If SDSU is going to be a contender in the Mountain West Conference, winning their first home conference game is a must. On October 18th the Hawaii Warriors come to The Q for another big conference game, while less than a month later on the November 8th the Aztecs will take on the Idaho Vandals at home. Friday, November 21st the Air Force Falcons come to San Diego for another big conference game. November 29th marks the final home game of the 2014 season for the San Diego State Aztecs when they go up against the San Jose State Spartans in a game that could have huge implications on the Mountain West Conference standings. Every die-hard Aztecs fan will definitely want to be in the stands for this one as it will be the last chance to cheer on SDSU and try to give them some momentum before they head off to a bowl game.

San Diego State Aztecs Football Team

The Aztecs have been resurgent in recent years, first under former head coach Brady Hoke and continuing under current head coach Rocky Long. Things have been looking up for the Aztecs early on this season behind excellent running by sophomore running back Donnel Pumphrey who has so far averaged more than five yards per carry. If he can continue this production and quarterback Quinn Kaehler can manage the game and make some clutch passes the Aztecs could have one of the most potent offenses in the Mountain West. Big things appear to be in store for the Aztecs this season and every SDSU fan will want to be inside Qualcomm Stadium to cheer them on along the way.

San Diego State Aztecs Football Conference

The Aztecs are longtime members of the Mountain West Conference and have spent years developing rivalries within the conference. There are twelve universities in the Mountain West for football which are divided into two divisions. The West Division contains Fresno State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV, Nevada and Hawaii, while the East division is made up of Utah State, Boise State, Colorado State, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Air Force. In the 2013 season Fresno State won the West division and Utah State won the East. Schools like Boise State, Fresno State, San Diego State, and Utah State are the perennial contenders but you never know which team or teams could rise up to take control of the up for grabs Mountain West Conference.

The Experience

When your favorite team storms the gridiron for an electrifying match up against a rival, you'll understand the difference between seeing them on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. Once you've seen the game the way it was meant to be seen, the TV experience suddenly feels like taking a look at the Grand Canyon on a postage stamp. Be there for all of the hard-hitting college football action, from highlight reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded with players that know how to put on a show, you'll see first-hand why the college football has become the cream of the crop in American sports. There is nothing quite like seeing college football alongside tens of thousands of fans, and that's definitely the case when it comes to seeing the San Diego State Aztecs.


The San Diego State Aztecs have retired four numbers in their history: Haven Moses' number 25, Willie Buchanon's number 28, Todd Santos' number 8, and Marshall Faulk's number 28. Night games are a huge part of the football tradition at SDSU and since the Aztecs played their first night game in 1930 they have played more than 75 percent of their games at night.

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23 Dec
Dec 23, 2014 6:30 PM
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
6:30 p.m. PST
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