Little Caesars Bowl
December 27, 2010 by staff
Little Caesars Bowl, The San Diego State Aztecs have a chance to close their season with a victory rally bowl in front of tens of thousands of their fans.
It’s a scenario that seems unlikely without doubt most of these rippers two years ago, when Brady Hoke was hired as coach the Aztecs. But it did not take long for him to turn around the program.
The Aztecs (8-4) will play Navy (9-3) in the Poinsettia Bowl today, one of three playoff games during the holiday weekend. The Hawaii Bowl will be held Friday in Honolulu between Tulsa (9-3) and Hawaii (10-3), and Little Caesars is Bowl Sunday in Detroit, corresponding to Toledo (8-4) and Florida International (6 – 6).
San Diego State is in the playoffs for the first time since 1998 and earned his debut win in 12 years. But Qualcomm Stadium, several days of heavy rain left the field under several inches of water about 24 hours before kickoff.
“We intend to kick off at 5:06 pm PT,” the general manager Bruce Binkowski told The Associated Press on Wednesday. “The stadium grounds crew will work ’round the clock to ensure they get in the game.”
A nine-victory season would give the Aztecs their most wins since 1977 the team was 10-1. “These kids did a great job. My challenge to them is now we have to end, “Hoke said.
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