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November 05, 201312

Stephen M. Ross is as much to blame as anybody for Incognito bullying fiasco

Since Jonathan Martin went to Stanford and is therefore under this site’s jurisdiction, it seemed like a good time for some quick thoughts on the matter that won’t include any

sj
November 05, 20132

San Jose State officially a contender in the Mountain West

After winning their fourth straight conference game — and the third road game in that span — the San Jose State Spartans are one game out of first place in

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October 27, 20131

Spartans beat Wyoming in wild shootout

After not playing each other in 16 years before their meeting Saturday night at Spartan Stadium, there wasn’t much recent history between San Jose State and Wyoming beyond some recruiting battles

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October 13, 20132

Walk-on freshman leads SJSU to second straight road victory

For the second week in a row, San Jose State turned much of its offense over to a group of freshmen that figured to make little, if any, impact prior

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October 08, 20134

David Shaw blasts Steve Sarkisian for injury-faking accusations

I wasn’t the only one who thought Stanford’s Ben Gardner and Shayne Skov suffered injuries that seemed curious at the time and healed extremely quickly. Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian said

Jordan Kilganon
October 08, 20130

6’1″ Jordan Kilganon put on a crazy dunking exhibition at St. Mary’s Midnight Madness

Meet Jordan Kilganon. He’s the kind of athlete who (for one night, anyway) made everyone at McKeon Pavilion in Moraga forget that St. Mary’s basketball program was put on probation

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October 06, 20132

Young blood propels Spartans to big win in Hawaii

San Jose State needed a win in the worst way Saturday night, and they got just that in a hard-fought victory over a familiar foe. Taking on former WAC rivals

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October 06, 2013116

Stanford resorts to faking injuries to slow down Washington

Despite the Pac-12 officials making the game about them far more often than anyone would’ve hoped going in, Stanford’s 31-28 win over Washington was a fantastic football game. The defense

Terrelle Pryor
October 01, 201320

We should’ve trusted Al

Sunday wasn’t a great day for Matt Flynn. It wasn’t as bad as James Arcellana would have you believe, but Jumpin’ Jimmy A and I will have that discussion later

sj
September 28, 20138

Season starts to unravel after Spartans get smashed in MWC debut

It took Mike MacIntyre three seasons to take San Jose State from a one-win laughing stock to a top-25 team. In just four games, it looks like his successor has the

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September 25, 20136

Spartans limp into conference play after second straight loss

At just three games into the season, it may not be time for San Jose State fans to hit the panic button just yet — but it could be getting close

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September 08, 20132

Stanford starts strong, handles San Jose State in opener

Leading up to their season-opener against San Jose State, Stanford made it clear that they hadn’t forgotten the scare the Spartans put into them in last year’s 20-17 victory. This

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August 30, 20132

Spartans notch shutout in Caragher’s debut

If it’s possible for a team to pitch a shutout and still start its season in a pedestrian–if not lackluster–fashion, San Jose State did just that Thursday night in a 24-0 home victory over

DF
August 26, 201311

The top five keys to success for San Jose State in 2013

If you’ve already grown numb to the preseason drama surrounding the 49ers’ receiving corps, or are in need of something — anything — to take your mind off the abysmal summer

Scott Reiss Stanford
August 20, 20131

Scott Reiss to replace Dave Flemming on Stanford football radio

We’ve just learned that CSN Bay Area’s Scott Reiss will join the Stanford football radio broadcast team, replacing former Stanford play-by-play announcer Dave Flemming. Reiss joins former Stanford quarterback Todd

RC
August 15, 20137

Can Ron Caragher keep San Jose State a winner?

With college football right around the corner, it would be easy and predictable to kick off the BASG coverage with, well, predictions about how San Jose State is going to

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July 27, 20132

College football’s elite may be poised to separate entirely from percieved “bottom feeders”

For the mid-major schools that survived the latest round of college football re-alignment by landing in a stable conference, they might not want to let out that sigh of relief

Fales
July 18, 20132

More Spartans on preaseason watch lists than (probably) ever before; hype keeps pouring in for David Fales

I don’t know if even Lawrence Fan, San Jose State’s Hall of Fame Sports Information Director, keeps official stats on how many of the school’s football players make it to preseason

June 09, 201314

If the Raiders haven’t found their franchise QB yet, they may not have to look far

I’m not a Raiders fan. But they play football, and not too far from my home, so I pay attention. And even if I didn’t, it still wouldn’t be hard

Keenan Allen Raiders hat
May 20, 20136

Raiders loved everywhere … even in the Chargers’ locker room?

The Oakland Raiders are known for having one of the most widespread fan bases in all of sports. When I was traveling through Europe, I was stopped on more than

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