Aztecs fall, but still control their fate

Aztecs have a home upset loss to the Nevada Wolf Pack 17 – 13, but are still in great shape to win the West division of the Mountain West... See More

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Aztecs have a home upset loss to the Nevada Wolf Pack 17 – 13, but are still in great shape to win the West division of the Mountain West Conference, Host Ryan Pool and new Host former Aztec LB Andrew Preston discuss, also Andrew talks about his time as an Aztec and his 2010 Senior season which was one of the Aztecs best seasons in school history and really set the mark for SDSU Football. Andrew and Ryan break down the last couple weeks of the Aztecs as well as preview their next huge MW Conference rival game this Friday against the Fresno State Bulldogs, battle for the Oil Can.

Aztecs have a home upset loss to the Nevada Wolf Pack 17 – 13, but are still in great shape to win the West division of the Mountain West Conference, Host Ryan Pool and new Host former Aztec LB Andrew Preston discuss, also Andrew talks about his time as an Aztec and his 2010 Senior season which was one of the Aztecs best seasons in school history and really set the mark for SDSU Football. Andrew and Ryan break down the last couple weeks of the Aztecs as well as preview their next huge MW Conference rival game this Friday against the Fresno State Bulldogs, battle for the Oil Can.

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Andrew Preston & Ryan Pool

Andrew Preston is a former All Conference San Diego St Linebacker. In 2010, Andrew was honored by his peers and named Captain of the defense. He responded by leading them to a Poinsettia Bowl victory where he was named the Defensive MVP. Upon graduation, Andrew took to Europe where he played, captained, and coached American Football in Europe. Andrew  led the Calanda Broncos to 2012 Eurobowl Championship win. He also played in Stockholm, Munich, and Zurich. Now, Andrew has his sights on bringing the fans of his Aztecs the inside info and insight only a player can.

Ryan Pool was born and raised in San Diego, CA. A die-hard San Diego sports fan, he attended his first San Diego State Football game at age 5. Ryan spent two years at San Diego State studying Sports Broadcasting before transferring to Eastern New Mexico where he finished his degree and worked as a Sports Anchor covering all sports in the Eastern New Mexico and West Texas area. Now back in San Diego, living and breathing College Football and his hometown Aztecs.