SDSU Football-Boise State Postgame Notes

Oct. 14, 2017

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Team Notes
• San Diego State falls to 6-1 on the season and has its eight-game winning streak stopped.
• The Aztecs’ 6-1 start to the season matches their best start since 1977 when that team opened with six wins in its first seven games.
• San Diego State is now 14-3 in its last 17 games and 27-4 in its last 31 outings.
• The Aztecs fall to 13-2 in their last 15 home games.
• SDSU falls to 20-3 in its last 23 games vs. Mountain West competition.
• The Aztecs are now 12-2 in their last 14 games that have been played in the month of October.
• SDSU was shut out for the first time in the first half since Sept. 7, 2013 at No. 3 Ohio State.
• SDSU has now gone 33 straight games with one interception or fewer (dates back to Sept. 12, 2015 at California).
• SDSU’s five turnovers this year have led to seven points for the opponents. The opponent’s 12 turnovers have led to 34 points for SDSU.

Trends
• SDSU started with the ball for the 68th time over the last 78 games.
• San Diego State won the coin toss for the 26th time over the last 45 games.
• The Aztecs have now gone 138 games without suffering a shutout (Nov. 18, 2006 at TCU), which is the third-longest streak among current Mountain West schools (Air Force at 305 and Boise State at 257).
• SDSU held an opponent scoreless on its opening drive for the 25th time over the last 32 games and 26th time since 2015 (37 games).

Player Notes

* Rashaad Penny, Sr., RB/KR (21 att., 53 yds., 1 TD | 1 KR, 17 yds.)
• Rushed for 53 yards on 21 carries and returned one kick for 17 yards.
• Eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards for the second consecutive season.
• Became the sixth Aztec with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons in program history (also Marshall Faulk (3), Donnel Pumphrey (3), Paul Hewitt (2), Ronnie Hillman (2) and Adam Muema (2)).
• Broke 1,000 rushing yards in just the seventh game of the season, tied for the third-fewest games to reach 1,000 yards in program history (also Ronnie Hillman (2011) and George Jones (1995)). Only Donnel Pumphrey (2016) and Marshall Faulk (1992) reached 1,000 yards in fewer games (both in their sixth game).
• Became the third player in FBS play this season to break 1,000 yards.
• Scored his 10th rushing touchdown of the season and 25th of his career. Now has 13 overall touchdowns this year and 37 for this career. The 25 rushing scores rank eighth in SDSU history, while the 37 overall touchdowns rank sixth.
• Now has 33 touchdowns (24 rushing, five receiving and four kick return) over his last 25 games.
• The Aztecs are 15-2 when he scores at least one rushing touchdown.
• SDSU is 22-3 when he scores at least one touchdown overall (rushing, receiving or kick return).
• Is still ranked ninth all-time at SDSU with 2,454 rushing yards.

* Christian Chapman, Jr., QB (12-for-27, 240 yds., 1 TD, 0 INT | 14 att., 26 yds.)
• Was 12 for 27 passing for 240 yards and rushed 14 times for 26 yards.
• Is 19-4 as the starting quarterback over his career.
• Recorded his sixth straight game without interception and now has thrown 137 passes without throwing an interception (seven touchdowns over that span).
• Threw an 89-yard touchdown pass to Fred Trevillion, the fourth-longest passing play in SDSU history and the longest since a 90-yard pass by Ryan Lindley to Vincent Brown vs. No. 25 Utah on Nov. 20, 2010.

* Fred Trevillion, Jr., WR (2 rec., 128 yds., 1 TD)
• Had two catches for 128 yards and a touchdown.
• Recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game.
• The touchdown was the first of his career.
• Had an 89-yard touchdown catch, the fourth-longest passing play in SDSU history and longest since Vincent Brown caught a 90-yarder from Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah on Nov. 20, 2010.

* Trey Lomax, Sr., WAR (10 tackles, 1.0 TFL)
• Made a season-high 10 tackles and was one tackle short of matching his career high.
• Tied his career high for the seventh time with 1.0 tackles for loss.

* Tariq Thompson, Fr., WAR (6 tackles, 1 PBU, 1 QBH)
• Matched his career high with six tackles, a feat he first accomplished vs. Northern Illinois.
• Recorded the first pass breakup of his career.

Other Notes
• QB Christian Chapman started for the 23rd consecutive game, the longest streak on the team (offense/defense).
• RB/KR Rashaad Penny played in his 48th straight game, the longest streak on the team.
• SDSU started the same 11 on defense for the seventh straight game.
• Tonight’s game temperature was 69 degrees.
• Tonight’s attendance was 49,053.
• Tonight’s Aztec Honor Warrior was Marshall Faulk (1991-93).

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