2019 San Diego State Football Schedule Analysis
Will the Aztecs schedule allow them to be better next year?
First look at SDSU’s schedule
After having a struggling 2018 season, where the San Diego State Aztecs went 7-6 and lost their last four games will look to have a bounce-back season in 2019.
The Aztecs have 12 games in 2019 with six on the road and six at home with the traditional four non-conference games. They play Weber State and BYU at home and UCLA and New Mexico on the road.
Their toughest stretch in 2019 will be their last four games of the year starting on November 9th vs. Nevada. The other three games of this difficult stretch of games are against Fresno State on the 16th, on the road against Hawaii on the 23rd and their regular season finale is at home vs. BYU.
Their easiest string of games in 2019 will be a three-game stretch when they playing from October 5th to the 19th. First, the Aztecs play at Colorado State. The Rams had a pretty bad year last year and finished 3-9 and didn’t play in a bowl game for the first time in five years. The next game the Aztecs play Wyoming at home on the 12th.
The Cowboys were 6-6 and barely missed a bowl game but this seems like a fairly easy game for the Aztecs. On the 19th to wrap up this string of games is when the Aztecs go on the road to play the San Jose State Spartans. The Spartans have had a pretty bad couple seasons. Last year, they were the worst team in the Mountain West finished off with a 1-11 record.