San Jose State in the News - 7/23/09
San Jose Mercury News writer Mark Emmons' piece on the life of Bob Tichenal, who captained SJSU's only undefeated team (13-0) in 1939, and spent several decades at San Jose State as both a football coach and instructor.
San Jose Mecury News.
Honolulu Advertiser beat writer Ferd Lewis shares his WAC football prediction ballot that he submitted for next week's WAC Football Media Preview in Salt Lake City, UT:
Columnist Teddy Feinberg of the Las Cruces Sun-News also shares his WAC prediction ballet, and provides the pros and cons of each team.
Las Cruces Sun-News.
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