Incoming freshman Travis Johnson will get to play in his final high school football game tonight as he is scheduled to participate in tonight's Charlie Wedemeyer High School All-Star Football Game, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
San Jose Mercury News
Former San Jose State wide receiver Rufus Skillern is now playing in the Canadian Football League with the B.C. Lions and looks to be getting first team reps. Follow up with story in the National Post
San Jose State junior softball player Kayla Hayes is the spotlight of a story on the official Western Athletic Conference website.
2009 football predictions are making their way to the web, and this one from BetFirms gives a cautiously optimistic view of the upcoming Spartan season.
This Orange County Register blog previews the SJSU season opener at USC on Sept. 5.
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San Jose State in the News - 7/15/09
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SJSU falls to Utah State at homeThe San Jose State Spartans suffered a surprising home loss to the Utah State Aggies on Wednesday. The Spartans had won five of their last six games prior to the matchup.
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Commentary: The case for extending WojcikAs head coach Dave Wojcik approaches the final year of his contract, San Jose State men's basketball has accomplished new heights that justify retaining Wojcik in the long term.
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SJSU rallies to beat Air Force in OTSan Jose State rallied from a 41-28 halftime deficit to beat Air Force 83-78 in overtime, behind Brandon Clarke's 22 points and Isaac Thornton's 17 points and four steals.
Postgame: SJSU at Fresno StateSan Jose State head coach Dave Wojcik, guard Terrell Brown and forward Brandon Clarke discuss the 77-59 loss at Fresno State.
Photo Gallery: San Jose State at Fresno StateImages from San Jose State's 77-59 loss at Fresno State.