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2016 Schedule
11-3, 1st in MW - West
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Long gets 5-year extension at San Diego State

San Diego State head football coach Rocky Long has agreed to a five-year contract extension which will keep him with the Aztecs through the 2021 season.

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Pumphrey reps SD State in top 10

The Aztecs had one player -- Donnel Pumphrey -- make the final #CFBrank top 50. The senior RB comes in at No. 10. Final #CFBrank

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Final AP Poll: Aztecs finish at No. 25

San Diego State (11-3) closed the season with a convincing 34-10 win over Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl. The Aztecs are one of three Group of 5 schools in the final ranking. Final AP Poll

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14dChris Low

Spurrier, P. Manning lead '17 College HOF class

Steve Spurrier is only the fourth person to be inducted in the College Hall of Fame as both a player and coach. He is joined in the 2017 class by Peyton Manning, Danny Ford and Marshall Faulk.

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Mountain West ties for most G5 wins

New Mexico, San Diego State, Hawai'i and Air Force won bowl games to give the Mountain West a 4-3 bowl record. No other Group of 5 conference earned more wins.

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Browns and Bears to coach Senior Bowl

The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears will coach the Senior Bowl teams, getting a close-up look at some of the prospects available in the NFL draft.

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Pumphrey has heartwarming moment with father after setting FBS rushing record (2:46)

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Donnel Pumphrey rushed for 115 yards and touchdown for San Diego State on Saturday. He passed Ron Dayne for the most career rush yards in FBS history in the game.

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Pumphrey sets all-time rushing record in SDSU win (1:18)
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Pumphrey makes NCAA history in SDSU's Las Vegas Bowl win (1:09)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

SD State plays both Stanford and ASU next year. The Aztecs are coming off two straight 11-win seasons. The time is ripe for them to emerge from under the radar.

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Trophy presentation for San Diego State's Las Vegas Bowl victory (5:01)
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Pumphrey glad to break the FBS rushing record in his hometown (3:04)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

San Diego State beats Houston 34-10 in the Las Vegas Bowl. The ViewFromVegas is the Aztecs did it after closing as 5-point underdogs and +170 on the money line. The game also stayed under the betting total of 51 points.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

San Diego State is closing in on another 11-win season behind a perfect execution of its tried-and-true formula: Defense and running. Donnel Pumphrey is dazzling with 115 yards, while the secondary that leads the nation in picks has three more today. The Aztecs' latest TD came on a play-action pass during which Houston was hopelessly overcommitted to the run.

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37dDavid Lombardi

What a rush: SDSU RB sets FBS career record

FBS has a new career rushing leader. San Diego State's Donnel Pumphrey passed previous record-holder Ron Dayne's mark during the Las Vegas Bowl.

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Aztecs piling on to fourth-quarter lead

San Diego State QB Christian Chapman finds a wide-open Curtis Anderson III over the middle for a 28-yard TD. The Aztecs lead Houston 27-10 in the Las Vegas Bowl.

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Pumphrey breaks career rushing record

San Diego State RB Donnel Pumphrey passes Ron Dayne for the FBS career rushing yards record. He now has 6,402 after the fourth-quarter carry in the Las Vegas Bowl.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

San Diego State's Donnel Pumphrey has broken Ron Dayne's FBS career rushing record in an emotional moment with friends and family in attendance at the Las Vegas Bowl. The Aztecs' team paused to briefly mob Pumphrey. In fairness to Dayne, it should be noted that the NCAA didn't count bowl game production toward the record book until 2002.

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Pumphrey claims the all-time FBS rushing record (1:20)
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Aztecs in control after pick-six

Houston QB Greg Ward Jr. is picked off for the third time. Freshman CB Ron Smith returns it 54 yards to the house to give San Diego State a 20-10 lead in the Las Vegas Bowl.