Aztec Report: Tuesday, Aug. 28. 2012

Aug. 29, 2012

12FB-Aztec-Report-02      Gameday Central   |   Monday   |   TUESDAY   |   Wednesday   |   Thursday   |   Friday
Of the 53 FBS games scheduled on Saturday, SDSU and Washington is one of only 12 to feature a pair of bowl teams from the 2011 campaign. The Aztecs played in the R+L Carrier New Orleans Bowl en route to an 8-5 season while the Huskies advanced to Valero Alamo Bowl and finished 7-6.

This is just the third all-time meeting between the two schools, with UW owning a 2-0 series lead. In each of the previous encounters, Washington was ranked among the top three in the country at kickoff.
Watch Head coach Rocky Long
Watch Student-athletes
Get Acrobat Reader Press conference quotes
Get Acrobat Reader Press conference quotes



#88 Gavin Escobar |  6-6  |  255  |  Jr.  |  TE
Mackey Award Watch List (Top Tight End)
Rotary Lombardi Watch List (Top Lineman)
Escobar #71 Alec Johnson |  6-3  |  300  |  Sr.  |  C
Rimington Trophy Award Watch List (Top Center)
Escobar #34 Walter Kazee |  5-9  |  190  |  Sr.  |  RB
Doak Award Watch List (Top Running Back)
Escobar #24 Colin Lockett  |  6-0  |  180  |  Jr.  |  WR
Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Top Wide Receiver)
Escobar #2 Leon McFadden  |  5-10  |  190  |  Sr.  |  DB
Bronco Nagurski Award Watch List (Top Def. Player)
Jim Thorpe Award Watch List (Top Defensive Back)
San Diego State  at  Washington
Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012 |  7:30 p.m. PT Century Link Field  |  Seattle, Wash. 
TV:  Pac-12 Network  |  Find Channel
Radio:  KOGO FM 95.7 & AM 600
Weather  |  Seattle Map 

Gameday Central  |  Purchase Tickets
Game Notes  |  Broadcast Flip Card
Depth Chart   |  Statistics

Tuesday News Conference: Watch  Long
Quotes  |  Watch Student-Athletes

Tuesday 8/28
Three SDSU games to be televised...(UT)
New TW network to carry Aztec...(NCT)
Huskies hoping for fast start this...(TST)

Rocky Long is the first San Diego State coach to lead the team to a bowl game in his inaugural season (2011).

With eight first-year wins in 2011, Rocky Long had one more coaching victory than the two previous SDSU coaches combined (Brady Hoke went 4-8 in 2009 and Chuck Long was 3-9 in 2006).

Rocky Long has 73 victories whole coaching teams in the Mountain West. That is the second-highest total in the history of the conference.