From USC to Texas to Nebraska to Florida State and parts in between, it’s a grand celebration.
At San Diego State … well, it’s Homecoming Week.
Yes, there have been karaoke and dance contests on campus, followed by a pep rally on Friday.
But to say the interest is mild in homecoming at SDSU would be more than a bit of an overstatement.
Quite frankly, hardly anybody cares; including alumni. That’s what happens when your football team hasn’t had a winning season since 1998.
The Aztecs play their homecoming game Saturday against New Mexico.
All odds, including the 8-point betting spread, are against them.
New Mexico has beaten the Aztecs six straight times overall, and five in a row at Qualcomm Stadium.
SDSU has little to boast about offensively other than quarterback Kevin O’Connell, who has been getting beaten up all season … including 12 sacks in the last two weeks.
There’s no way a team from Albuquerque, N.M. should dominate a team from San Diego, especially when in comes to recruiting.
While Albuquerque may not be the city San Diego is, SDSU is nothing compared to the Lobos.
New Mexico 28, SDSU 13