Aztec Football Receives Top-25 Votes for the Second Consecutive Week
Nov. 1, 2010
SAN DIEGO - The San Diego State football team received votes in both major college football polls on Sunday, remaining in top-25 talks for the second consecutive week. The Aztecs garnered nine votes in the Associated Press Top 25 and four votes in the USA Today Coaches' edition, improving their totals in both polls following the road win at Wyoming.
SDSU is one of only three Mountain West Conference schools to receive votes in either poll, joining top-10 squads TCU and Utah. Prior to last week, the Aztecs had not received votes in the Associated Press or USA Today Coaches' polls since Sept. 12, 2004.
Poll recognition highlights an exciting week for the Red in Black in which SDSU beat Wyoming 48-38 to improve its record to 6-2 on the year, becoming bowl eligible for the first time since the 1998 campaign.
San Diego State will return to the friendly confines of Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 6, to face off against Colorado State. The Aztecs will play three of their remaining four games of the regular season in San Diego, where the Red and Black are undefeated on the year at 3-0.