Redshirt junior quarterback Christian Chapman throws a pass during the Aztecs 42-23 victory over University of Nevada on Nov. 18 at SDCCU Stadium.
The smell of Thanksgiving turkey and cranberry sauce will be lingering in the air when San Diego State football wraps up it’s regular season at home against the University of New Mexico on Nov. 24.
SDSU (9-2, 5-2 MW) will put its three-game win streak on the line against the Lobos (3-8, 1-6 MW), and is feeling the heat to finish the year with double digit victories for a third straight season.
“I think we feel pressure. Because of the success of the program, I think our players feel pressure to win 10 games,” SDSU head coach Rocky Long said.
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