By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The San Diego State Aztecs defeated the Air Force Falcons on Friday night. The Aztecs won 21-17 over the Falcons at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, California.
The Aztecs improved to 5-1 on the season. They are now 2-0 in conference play. San Diego State has now won five straight games after losing a season-opener game to No. 13 Stanford Cardinal, 31-10.
The Falcons fell to 2-3 on the season. They are now 0-3 in conference play. They are now on a one-game losing streak after defeating the Navy Midshipmen in their last game.
Aztecs quarterback Ryan Agnew went nine of 25 for 213 yards. He also had a touchdown and an interception.
Chase Jasmin had 18 carries for 70 yards and a touchdown.
Fred Trevillion had three receptions for 94 yards. Tim Wilson Jr. had three receptions for 50 yards. Parker Houston had two receptions for 37 yards and a touchdown. Kobe Smith had a 32-yard reception.
Falcons quarterback Isaiah Sanders went 7 of 15 for 51 yards. He also had an interception.
Cole Fagan 16 carries for 90 yards. Sanders had 15 carries for 49 yards. Kadin Remsberg had three receptions for 32 yards. Ronald Cleveland had six carries for 17 yards and two touchdowns.
Kade Waguespack had two receptions for 31 yards. Geraud Sanders had two receptions for 27 yards.
The Falcons scored eight points in the second half, while the Aztecs scored just seven points. Cleveland scored on a four-yard rushing touchdown. Following the play, Sanders hit Cleveland for a two-point conversion.
Aztecs’ Agnew hit Houston for a 29-yard touchdown reception.
San Diego State led 14-9 at halftime. Jasmin scored on a four-yard rushing touchdown. Trenton Thompson recovered a blocked punt and returned it for a 19-yard touchdown.
Air Force had a safety in the first quarter. Then, Cleveland scored on a 12-yard rushing touchdown.
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