San Diego State & Rocky Long
San Diego State University (SDSU), founded in 1897 as San Diego Normal School, is the largest and oldest higher education facility in the greater San Diego area (generally the City and County of San Diego), and is part of the California State University system. Rocky Long (born January 27, 1950) is the Head Coach of the San Diego State Aztecs college football team, and was promoted on January 12, 2011 from defensive coordinator to replace Brady Hoke. /5
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Including bonus for Mountain West COY award, San Diego State coach Rocky Long is up to $175,000 in bonuses so far
Air Force coach Troy Calhoun and San Diego State coach Rocky Long chat before MW title game media day in San Diego. htt…
Congratulations to San Diego State's Rocky Long for being voted the Mountain West Conference's Coach of the Year!!
San Diego State coach Rocky Long: "it's easier if you"re picked last," Aztecs picked first in West Division.
No. 66 San Diego State: Aztecs' defense will be there more often than not. It always has been under Rocky Long ---
San Diego State head football coach Rocky Long hired former UCLA Head Coach Bob Toledo to be the Aztecs' new offensive coordinator. That is a great hire and good news for Aztec fans.
San Diego State's Rocky Long has been named the Mountain West Coach of the Year, the league announced today. The Aztecs also landed 10 on the all-conference team, including senior offensive guard Nik Embernate, junior tight end Gavin Escobar and senior cornerback Leon McFadden on the first team.
Aztecs accept bid to Poinsettia Bowl, YEAH! Written by Stefanie Loh 12:58 p.m., Nov. 26, 2012 San Diego State accepted a bid to play in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 20. The bowl matchup pits the Mountain West champion-Aztecs (9-3 overall, 7-1 MW) against longtime rival BYU, which accepted its bowl bid two weeks ago, after clinching a sixth win against Idaho to become bowl eligible. The Cougars finished the season 7-5. "This is a great day for college football in San Diego," said bowl president John Wertz in a press release. "We're excited to renew a longtime rivalry between the Aztecs and Cougars in this year's bowl. This most certainly will be a game to remember for many year to come." The Aztecs last played in the Poinsettia Bowl in 2010, when they beat Navy 35-14. "We are honored to be selected to participate in the 2010 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl," SDSU Head Coach Rocky Long said in a release. "The Poinsettia Bowl is one of the best events I have ever be ...
How about Rocky Long ? Look at the talent San Diego State sent to the NFL last spring: Hillman is the 1 or 1A running back for the Broncos, Lindley is the starting QB for the Cardinals, Miles Burris is starting at LB for the Raiders. So what did Rocky do this year? He led the Aztecs to a 9-3 record and a share of MWC title with the win today at Wyoming. I'd written that I liked Long's hiring because I figured that anybody who could win as New Mexico's coach would have a lot of success at SDSU. But I didn't expect the Aztecs to go 9-3 this year. Any win at Wyoming is a big one for the Aztecs. It's like winning on the moon. I covered the 52-51 loss there. I covered another defeat in which the Aztecs never scored a TD, even though Marshall Faulk and Darnay Scott were in the lineup. I wonder what Rocky Long would've done with that team.
Aztecs! Huge win in OT, on the road, after losing starting QB early. Rocky Long goes for two to seal the deal; guts in Reno! San Diego State 39, Nevada 38 - final score.
Rocky Long describes what he's looking at as the San Diego State University Aztecs season
San Diego State coach Rocky Long doesn’t want to punt in 2012
San Diego State coach Rocky Long has always been about doing things differently. At New Mexico, he developed the innovative 3-3-5 defensive scheme and now he's debating on whether to do away with punting on fourth down — if the … Continue reading →
Rocky Long, the Head Coach of the San Diego State Aztecs said he's considering not punting this season. Like, at all.
Yes, please. "San Diego State Head Coach Rocky Long insinuated that the Aztecs may not punt or kick on fourth downs this season. Long was apparently inspired by an Arkansas high school coach who never punts, always onside kicks, and has tremendous success doing it. In fact, that coach has only punted three times in the last five seasons. "It makes sense," Long said. "Additional plays would allow you to score a lot more points. It also puts a whole lot of pressure on the defense." Long called it a "day-to-day theory" but it appears to be something the Aztecs will experiment with during preseason work."
Nevada football: Parity, new teams highlight new MWC in 2012 ...: San Diego State's Rocky Long is the dean of Mo...
The San Diego State Aztecs have finally been able to string together a couple of successful seasons in a row. Rocky Long took over the Head Coach job last year after Brady Hoke left for Michigan. Long led the Aztecs to an 8-5 campaign after they went 9-4 in Hoke's final season.. They ended up in fou...
San Diego State hc Rocky Long has tweaked his coaching staff, naming linebackers coach Kevin McGarry as his full-time ST coach
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