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San Jose State has advanced into the CFP's top 25 for the first time in program history with a 10-2 record and a first-place finish in the Mountain West, with Brent Brennan in his second season as coach.
The conference title is the first for the Spartans in program history and the third best in school history. San Jose State hasn't been in the top 25 since 1939, when it was ranked 19th. In the AP poll in week seven. The SJSH reached its first top-25 finish since 1990, when it ranked 20th in the Coaches' Poll. The Sanford State Spartans have not been defeated this season and added another victory with victory over the Boise State Broncos. It was the Broncos' second straight win and first since 2009 that they remained unbeaten.
This is the second time this season that San Jose has won all seven games it has played in double figures, including a victory over a Boise State team that is among the most dominant in the West, while the Spartans were outclassed. The Spartans posted a 7-0 record in the regular season, ousting San Diego State (6-4) and Fresno State from a tie to a conference lead. Before this year, Sanford State had only one winning season since 2000, when the team finished 7.5.
The San Jose State Spartans finished 2009 with a 7-5 record and 22 games, enough for third place in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference. In 2008, they played with a 6-4 record, second-best conference record and an 8-2 record in all 22 CFP games.
In 2009, they played with a 6-4 record, second-best conference record and a 7-3 record in all 22 CFP games. In 2008, the San Jose State Spartans finished third in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference and second in their conference, with an 8-2 record (2-1 in conference games) and a 3-0 record at home and a 4-5 record overall.
In all 22 CFP games, they played with a 6-4 record, second-best conference record, a 7-3 record at home and an 8-2 record overall.
The Sartan football team had to travel 300 miles by bus and leave Santa Clara County, where there are restrictions on collecting, to complete a shortened training camp. All games that would otherwise have been played in San Jose were played in Oakland due to covid- and -related restrictions, and some games were played in Los Angeles.
San Jose State went one step further by hiring the man who led the most successful season in school history as its head coach, highlighted by an upset victory over San Diego State in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Sartan Football team, now in its third season, finished the season with a 9-4 record, including a 7-5 record in the Conference and a 2-2 record in the League.
After San Jose State lost to the Rebels last season and recovered to win the Mountain West Conference regular-season title and a spot in the NCAA tournament, this was the first time the state had conquered Everest.
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After a shaky first quarter that started the game and threw the Spartans into too big a hole, it began to fall apart. After a weak first half and a weak start to the second half of this season's game at the Mountain West Conference Tournament in Las Vegas, California, that beginning is beginning to unfold. At times, it looked like San Jose State's football team would play every season, but it didn't, and now it's disintegrating.
No. 19 San Jose State Spartans take on the Ball State Cardinals in the second half of their Mountain West Conference Tournament on Saturday, November 12, 2015, in Las Vegas, Calif. SanJose State will end the regular season on Friday night at 7 p.m. PST with a game against the San Diego State Aztecs, and the broadcast can be found on ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPNU as well as on the Spartans' Twitter account.