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From the starmaking turn of Clemson QB Deshaun Watson to the dominant return of Arizona LB Scooby Wright III, it was a bowl season full of incredible performances.
You might be surprised to learn that San Diego State is second to the Crimson Tide, having won 10 straight games to the end the season.
Aztecs end season on cloud nine
San Diego State finished the season on a program-best 10-game win streak in paradise, and in front of a large audience on Christmas Eve. The 42-7 rout of Cincinnati capped off a great season. Moods of every bowl team
Just Holder on, Aztecs
San Diego State WR Mikah Holder reaches out with full extension to try and reel in a pass against Cincinnati in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. The Aztecs didn't even need Holder's catch in a 42-7 romp. Best bowl pictures
ICYMI: Aztecs RB trucks defender
When Chase Price wants to get somewhere, he'll go through you to get there. This Cincinnati defender found out the hard way.
Running back throws TD to fullback
San Diego State executed this trick play to perfection in the Hawai'i Bowl.
100-yard return TD starts Hawai'i Bowl
San Diego State's Rashaad Penny was quick with this kickoff return and took it more than 100 yards for a touchdown. It was Penny's third kick return TD of the season.
San Diego State earned its first 11-win season since 1969, rushing for 207 yards and limiting Cincinnati to 279 total yards on Thursday.
Rashaad Penny returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and San Diego State routed Cincinnati 42-7 in the Hawaii Bowl on Thursday.
Aztecs crush Bearcats in Hawaii Bowl
It wasn't a shutout, but it was about as dominant as one, Rocky Long claimed his third bowl win as the San Diego State Aztecs crushed the Cincinnati Bearcats 42-7.
Cincy gets on the board on ESPN
Hayden Moore found Chris Moore for 47 yards to make up the bulk of the TD drive. Moore was hit with unsportsmanlike conduct for giving the ball to a fan, but the Bearcats found the end zone 8 plays later for their first TD of the day.
Aztecs defense getting in on the TD parade
Defensive lineman Alex Barrett read Hayden Moore's eyes and then he read the roadmap to the end zone, picking off the Bearcats QB for a 43-yard pick-six. San Diego State now leads 42-0 on ESPN.
When in Hawaii, do as the Hawaiians do
They dab in Hawaii, right?
Aztecs keep scoring on the scoreless
This Dakota Gordon 35-yard reception from Christian Chapman didn't quite make it into the end zone, but Donnel Pumphrey punched it in on the next play from the 2-yard line (Live on ESPN).
Aztecs capitalize on failed trickery
San Diego State flattened a fake-FG attempt and marched down the field. Eight plays and 67 yards later, Dakota Gordon punched in for a 1-yard TD. The Aztecs lead the Bearcats 28-0 in the third quarter (Live on ESPN).
San Diego State vs New Hampshire Wildcats
Qualcomm Stadium - Fri 9/2