Juwan Washington had his third career 100-yard rushing game.
Nov. 5, 2017
Final Stats |
SAN JOSE, Calif. -
Postgame Notes |
SDSU set a Division I era school record with 554 rushing yards, bettering its 474 set Nov. 12, 2016 at Nevada.
The Aztecs' 554 rushing yards were the second most in a game this season, only trailing Navy's 569 vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 23.
San Diego State's six rushing touchdowns were its most since also scoring six times at Hawai'i on Oct. 5, 1991.
The Aztecs won their 37th straight game when rushing for at least 200 yards and improved to 45-2 in the Rocky Long era when rushing for at least 200 yards.
San Diego State had two 100-yard rushers for the 28th time in program history (the Aztecs are 27-1 in those occasions) and for the seventh time in the past 20 games.
Rashaad Penny (234 yards) and Juwan Washington (134 yards) became the 19th different combination of 100-yard rushers in program history.
The Aztecs posted the best third-down conversion percentage in the country this season, going 11-for-13 (84.7 pct.).
San Diego State outgained San Jose State, 648-200. The 448-yard margin was the best in SDSU's Division I history (since 1969) (No. 2 was +403 vs. Eastern Illinois on Oct. 6, 2011).
San Diego State owned a rushing advantage of 521 yards tonight, the best rushing margin in its DI history (No. 2 was 384 at Nevada on Nov. 12, 2016).
SDSU had 31 first downs, while allowing just eight. The margin of 23 was tied for the best mark in the Aztecs' DI history (also Oct. 31, 1970 vs. Fresno State).
San Diego State's 31 first downs were its most since also earning 32 vs. Wyoming on Nov. 3, 2007
The Aztecs had the ball for 43:19, their most in a game since at least 1982 and the third most in a FBS game this season.
SDSU won its eighth game of the season. Entering today, only five teams nationally had more victories.
San Diego State won its 14th road game since Oct. 10, 2015, which is the most in FBS over that span.
The Aztecs join Oklahoma State as the only teams in FBS play this year with five road wins.
SDSU won its sixth straight road game, and improved to 9-1 in its last 10 road contests and 14-2 in its last 16 road outings.
San Diego State's six-game road winning streak is tied for the fourth longest in FBS play.
SDSU has six straight road wins for the second time in its Division I history (since 1969) and for the first time since winning its first seven on the road from 1969-70.
The Aztecs improved to 10-2 in their last 12 games, 16-4 in their last 20 and 29-5 in their last 34.
SDSU improved to 11-3 in its last 14 games against Mountain West competition.
San Diego State improved to 14-1 in its last 15 games against Mountain West, West Division teams.
Rocky Long won his 62nd game at San Diego State, passing Claude Gilbert for second place in school history.
The Aztecs defeated San Jose State for the fifth consecutive time and for the third straight game in San Jose.
SDSU took over the series lead against the Spartans, now up, 20-19-2. It's the first time that San Diego State has owned a lead in the series since holding a 2-1 series advantage after the 1937 game.
The Aztecs have not trailed in the series against SJSU since taking a 34-30 lead with 3:32 to play in the 2013 game. SDSU has not trailed against San Jose State in the last 243 minutes, 32 seconds (243:32) of game time.
The Aztecs had their fewest pass attempts (7) in their Division I era, while recording their third-highest passing efficiency (245.66).
San Diego State improved to 8-2 in its last 10 November games and 17-4 in its last 21 games played in November.
SDSU has now gone 36 straight games with one interception or fewer (dates back to Sept. 12, 2015 at California).
SDSU won its 16th consecutive game when not giving up a point in the first quarter.
San Diego Sate forced a turnover for the first time since the Northern Illinois game on Sept. 30. The Aztecs had gone a Division I-era (since 1969) record four straight games without forcing a turnover (SDSU had never gone three straight without forcing a turnover).
The Aztecs won their 21st consecutive game when forcing multiple turnovers.
San Diego State scored 21 points in the first quarter, its most since also scoring 21 at Fresno State on Sept. 29, 2012.
The Aztecs had their largest lead after one quarter since also leading Utah State, 21-0, on Sept. 25, 2010.
Opponents have failed to convert a fourth down against the Aztecs on 15 consecutive chances dating back to last year.
SDSU's eight turnovers this year have led to seven points. SDSU has forced 15 turnovers on defense, which has led to 55 points.
SDSU started with the ball for the 70th time over the last 81 games.
San Diego State won the coin toss for the 28th time over the last 50 games.
The Aztecs have now gone 141 games without suffering a shutout (Nov. 18, 2006 at TCU), which is the second-longest streak among current Mountain West schools (Boise State at 260).
SDSU held an opponent scoreless on its opening drive for the 28th time over the last 35 games and 29th time since 2015 (38 games).
San Diego State improved to 7-0 this season and 46-12 in the Rocky Long era when scoring first.
SDSU improved to 3-0 this season and 39-8 in the Rocky Long era when leading after the first quarter.
San Diego State improved to 7-0 this year and 43-9 in the Rocky Long era when leading at the half.
The Aztecs improved to 8-0 this season and 54-10 in the Rocky Long era when leading after three quarters.
* Rashaad Penny, Sr., RB/KR (20 att., 234 yds., 3 TD)
Rushed 20 times for 234 yards (11.7 avg.) with three touchdowns.
The 234 rushing yards were the second most of his career and 21st most in program history.
Broke 100 yards rushing for the eighth time this season and 13th time of his career.
The eight 100-yard rushing games this year rank in a tie for sixth in SDSU single-season history, while the 13 career 100-yard games are tied for sixth.
Broke 150 yards for the sixth time this season and seventh time of his career.
Broke 200 yards rushing for the third time this season (T-3rd at SDSU) and fourth time of his career (T-3rd).
Scored his 13th, 14th and 15th rushing touchdowns this season (30 for career) and 16th, 17th and 18th overall touchdown this year (42 for career).
Now ranks seventh all-time at SDSU in rushing touchdowns (30), tied for 10th in single-season overall touchdowns (17) and third in overall touchdowns (41).
San Diego State improved to 24-3 over his career when he scores at least one touchdown, 11-0 when he scores multiple times, 17-2 when he rushes for at least one touchdown and 8-0 when he rushes for multiple touchdowns.
The Aztecs also improved to 13-0 when he rushes for at least 100 yards, 7-0 when he rushes for 150 yards and 4-0 when he eclipses 200 yards.
Is now ranked seventh this season at SDSU with 1,602 rushing yards.
Is now ranked fifth all-time at San Diego State with 3,010 rushing yards.
* Juwan Washington, So., RB (16 att., 134 yds., 2 TD)
Rushed 16 times for 134 yards (8.4 avg.) with two touchdowns.
Broke 100 yards rushing for the first time this season and third time of his career.
Tied a career high with two touchdowns.
Recorded his fourth and fifth rushing touchdowns of the season and now has 11 for his career.
Recorded his fifth and sixth overall touchdown of the season and now has 14 for his career.
Now has 14 touchdowns (11 rushing, two kick return, one receiving) over the last 17 games.
* Christian Chapman, Jr., QB (4-for-5, 77 yds., 1 TD, 0 INT)
Was 4-for-5 for 77 yards and a touchdown without throwing an interception.
Improved to 21-5 as the starting quarterback over his career.
Threw his 10th touchdown pass of the season and 32nd of his career.
* Chase Jasmin, RS-Fr., RB (14 att., 82 yds., 1 TD)
Rushed 14 times for 82 yards and a touchdown.
Ended up setting a career high in attempts (14) and yards (82).
Scored his second rushing touchdown of the season (and his career).
* Nick Bawden, Sr., FB (1 rec., 8 yds., 1 TD)
Caught an 8-yard touchdown pass.
Recorded his first touchdown of his career on an 8-yard pass from Christian Chapman.
He also had a passing touchdown a true freshman in 2014.
* Kameron Kelly, Sr., CB (2 tackles, 1 FF, 1 INT, 1 PBU)
Had two tackles (both solo), to go along with a forced fumble, an interception and a pass breakup.
Picked up his third interception of the season and 10th of his career (T-10th in SDSU program history).
Added his second forced fumble of the year and second of his career.
* Kyahva Tezino, So., LB (8 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 1.0 sacks
Had a career-high eight tackles in his second career start.
Also had a career-best 1.5 tackles for loss, while tying a career high with a sack.
QB Christian Chapman started for the 26th consecutive game, the longest streak on the team (offense/defense).
RB/KR Rashaad Penny played in his 51st straight game, the longest streak on the team.
AZ Parker Baldwin had his first interception of the season and fourth of his career.
CB Ron Smith forced his first fumble of the year (second of career).
DE Chibu Onyeukwu recorded his first career fumble recovery in his first career start.
Tonight's game temperature was 55 degrees.
Tonight's attendance was 17,629.