San Diego State vs. Colorado State: How To Watch, Livestream, Odds, More
Late afternoon kick for Rams vs. Aztecs.
Who will prevail?
This game could go a few different ways and it depends on the health of San Diego State. Head coach Brady Hoke is mum on who will start at quarterback and this could be a big difference in the results.
Lucas Johnson suffered a hamstring injury against Nevada and did not play in the loss at Colorado. Johnson has progressed all week and San Diego State could probably win regardless of who is at quarterback, but it would be fun to see what Johnson can do since his first half vs. Nevada was a really good showing.
Another injury to watch on the Aztecs’ side is starting running back Greg Bell who has been bothered by an ankle injury. San Diego State at full strength is one of the best teams in the league, time will tell if that team is able to assemble vs. Colorado State.
Colorado State has not played in over three weeks and that last game was an ugly 52-21 loss to Boise State. The team is healthy from injuries, but head coach Steve Addazio has said that contact tracing from COVID-19 is forcing him to have a less than full strength crew for this road game vs. San Diego State.
WEEK 13: Colorado State Rams (1-2, 1-2 MW) at San Diego State Aztecs (3-3, 3-2 MW)
WHEN: Saturday, December 5 – 4 PM PT / 5 PM MT
WHERE Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, CA (27,000)
TV: CBS Sports Network
ODDS via BetMGM: San Diego State -8
SERIES RECORD: San Diego State leads the all-time series 21-14. Last meeting, San Diego State won in Ft. Collins 24-10