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  For the first time in a decade, the San Diego State football team is not projected to be one of the top two teams in the West Division of the Mountain West. The Aztecs were picked to finish third in a preseason poll announced Wednesday at the conference's annual media days. SDSU was picked for first or second place in the West each of the eight previous years the MW was broken into two divisions. Nevada was picked to win the West, getting 19 of 25 first-place votes. The Wolf Pack, which was 6-2 in the MW last season, was followed by defending Mountain West champion San Jose State, which received five first-place votes.

SDSU head coach Brady Hoke was not particularly moved one way or the other by the Aztecs' placement. "What was San Jose State picked last year?" Hoke asked. The answer: Fifth. "So does it really mean anything?" Hoke said. "That's kind of how I feel about it. ... We've just got to worry about us and do a good job." - San Diego Union Tribune


(DS#21 RB) rSr/2022 RB Greg BellSan Diego State
News Source: San Diego Union Tribune


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