San Jose St. Spartans

Overview
Season Recap:
Win: Losses:
Feature Game
September 03 7:05 PM ET
San Jose St. Spartans vs. New Hampshire Wildcats
Next Game
September 03 7:05 PM ET
San Jose St. Spartans vs. New Hampshire Wildcats
Team News
There is currently no news available.
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
9/3 vs. New Hampshire, 7:05 PM CT
9/12 at Air Force, 7:05 PM CT
9/19 at Oregon St., 7:05 PM CT
9/26 vs. Fresno St., 7:05 PM CT
10/3 at Auburn, 7:05 PM CT
Previous Results
11/29 loss at San Diego St. 7 - 38
11/21 loss at Utah St. 7 - 41
11/15 loss vs. Hawaii 0 - 13
11/8 loss at Fresno St. 24 - 38
11/1 loss vs. Colorado St. 31 - 38
San Jose St. Spartans Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Keith Bendixen knee is out indefinitely
Blake Jurich knee is probable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Joe Gray shoulder is doubtful for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Tony Popovich concussion is doubtful for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Christian Tago concussion is probable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Tim Crawley knee is questionable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Billy Freeman ankle is probable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Jarrod Lawson other-excused is probable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Moses Saucedo knee will miss the entire season
Shane Smith foot is questionable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Oscar Barron concussion is out indefinitely
Eugene Taylor knee will miss the remainder of the season
Thomas Tucker foot is out indefinitely
Jared Leaf other-excused is out indefinitely
Keenan Sykes other-excused is questionable for Saturday's game against San Diego State
Nico Aimonetti shoulder is expected to miss Saturday's game against San Diego State
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