San Diego State Aztecs Odds

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San Diego State football fans do their best to forget about the early years of the 2000s when their team couldn’t put together a winning record. But then 2010 rolled around, and since then the Aztecs have had 11 winning seasons.

For bettors, that upswing has been something to take note of. With Brady Hoke back as head coach and the team not only going 12-2 in the 2021-22 season but also winning the West division of their conference and a bowl game, the future for SDSU football betting could very well be bright.

This week’s San Diego State Aztecs point spread odds

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SDSU Mountain West conference odds

It’s been a while since the Aztecs made the National Championship but below you’ll see SDSU odds to win the Mountain West Conference.

How to bet on SDSU football online in California

Below find the four most common SDSU bet types you’ll find at legal California online sportsbooks. You can get a more in-depth look at each of these bet types by visiting our pages dedicated to each one.

What is the San Diego State football moneyline? 

 If you want a simple-to-understand entry-level bet type, then there is nothing easier than the moneyline. Even the most experienced bettors will make bets using the moneyline, though it has proven to be more popular with newcomers to the hobby.

The simple explanation of what a moneyline bet is is that you have two teams playing each other and your bet hinges on picking the team that will win.

At PointsBet Sportsbook, you will find a nice selection of moneyline bets for all of the major NCAA football games. While their selection may not be as deep as some of their competition, PointsBet has competitive odds and some nice promotions for existing customers.

An example of a moneyline bet at PoinsBet could look like this:

  • San Diego State Aztecs       -115
  • Fresno State Bulldogs         +130

Right away we can tell which team is the underdog and which is the favorite simply by looking at the odds. What does “+” and “-” mean in sports betting? Negative odds, such as SDSU’s -115, indicate the team is expected to win by the sportsbook oddsmakers. The positive odds show us who the underdog is. The larger the difference between the two numbers, the more of a one-sided game is expected.

Negative odds also show us how much we need to bet if we hope to win $100. In this case, a $115 bet on the Aztecs would pay out $215, which is the original stake returned to you plus the $100 in profit.

Positive numbers show us how much we stand to win with a $100 bet. A successful $100 bet on the Bulldogs would pay out $230, which is the bet amount plus $130 in winnings.

You don’t have to bet that much, or that little, for that matter. You can bet however much you want and your winnings will be calculated on the betting odds you locked in at the sportsbook when you finalized your bet.

What is the SDSU Aztecs point spread?

The point spread bet is valuable for the fact that it pretty much makes any game “even” for the bettor. Instead of having a one-sided blowout as many NCAA football games can be, the point spread makes betting on the underdog a bit more feasible.

At FanDuel, point spread betting has proven to be very popular with their existing customers. They have a nice selection with very competitive odds that are set by their in-house oddsmakers.

A point spread matchup example that you could find in the FanDuel Sportsbook app could look like this:

  • San Diego State Aztecs       -3.5 (-110)
  • Central Michigan University Chippewas   +3.5 (-110)

Like the moneyline above, we can see which team is the favorite in the point spread by looking for those negative and positive numbers. The negative, once again, indicates which team the oddsmakers at FanDuel expect to win and by how much. In this case, SDSU is the favorite and should win by four points or more.

If they fail to do that — even if they win by three points or fewer — then bets on Central Michigan would win.

The odds for both sides of this bet are -110, which means you would have to bet $110 if you hoped to win $100 in profit.

What is the San Diego State football over/under?

This bet, known also as a totals bet, is one of the few that doesn’t require you to care who wins the game. Instead, your only focus is how many points you believe the two teams playing will combine to score.

At Caesars online sportsbook, totals bets are one of the more popular bet types and because of that, they tend to offer up a nice selection for pretty much every sport they have bets for.

While they may not be as robust as their competitors in the moneyline and point spread departments, Caesars does well by the bettors who enjoy totals for NCAA football.

An example of a Caesars sportsbook totals bet you might come across is:

  • Over   48.5 (-110)
  • Under  48.5 (-110)

The oddsmakers at Caesars, in this example, have decided the two teams playing will score 48.5 points. Since a half-point isn’t possible in the game, that means anyone who bets on the under will want 48 points or fewer scored, while those with money on the over will want 49 or more.

If the final score of the game ended up 21-19, then the final total would be just 40 points, meaning the under would win. Both sides of the bet carry -110 odds, which work the same as the examples above.

San Diego State Aztecs prop bets 

The prop bet has become one of the most popular bet types in the sports betting industry. Part of that is because they are just plain different than most other bets, and part of it is they can be focused on actual performances in the game instead of just final scores and winners/losers.

At DraftKings, their prop bets for NCAA football are pretty diverse. The more popular games get a bit more attention in that department, but, rarely, you won’t have at least a few opportunities to bet on props at DraftKings.

With competitive odds and some of the most reputable customer service available today, the DraftKings betting site has developed a strong following of sports bettors.

While you’ll find a large variety of prop bets at most sportsbooks, they aren’t always the same. Make sure to do some shopping around to find a sportsbook that has the offerings that interest you.

One such prop bet might look like this:

  • Will San Diego State University’s defense have a pick-six in the game? Yes (+225) or No (+150)

Prop bets can range from super serious and focused primarily on the game itself to pretty ridiculous with fun as the main objective. No matter which prop bets you prefer, remember that they are notorious for being difficult to research and predict. Use a smart betting strategy and solid bank management when considering prop bets.

San Diego State Aztecs coaching staff

The Aztecs have enjoyed 11 winning seasons out of the past 12 (as of Spring 2022) and their fans would love to see that continue. Their coaching staff will continue to be key in helping get the squad prepared to keep those winning traditions alive.

  • Head coach: Brady Hoke
  • Associate head coach: Jeff Horton
  • Offensive coordinator: Jeff Hecklinski
  • Defensive coordinator: Kurt Mattix
  • Special teams coordinator: Doug Deakin

Over the decades since football first came to SDSU, there have been some notable head coaches. Below you’ll find a list of the various coaches to helm the program over recent years:

  • Brady Hoke (2009-2010, 2020-current)
  • Rocky Long (2011-2019)
  • Chuck Long (2006-2008)
  • Tom Craft (2002-2005)
  • Ted Tollner (1994-2001)

Where do the Aztecs play their home games?

The SDSU Aztecs play their home games in the brand new Snapdragon Stadium. Below we have key information regarding the Aztecs’ home field.

Snapdragon Stadium

  • Address: 9449 Friars Road, San Diego, California
  • Owner: San Diego State University
  • Operator: San Diego State University
  • Capacity: 35,000 (expandable to 55,000)
  • Opened: September 2022
  • Construction cost: $310 million
  • Other events: San Diego Wave FC (NWSL) and San Diego Legion (MLR)

How to watch and listen to SDSU Aztecs games

Looking to catch some Aztecs games? They have both TV and radio options available to you.  For Aztecs football on TV, you can watch:

  • CBS Sports
  • Fox Sports 1
  • Pac-12 Network
  • CBS
  • Fox
  • ESPN

For streaming services, you can find some games at:

  • FuboTV
  • DirecTV Stream
  • AT&T TV
  • Hulu Live TV
  • YouTube TV
  • Sling TV

For listening to the games, you can tune into:

  • XEPRS 1090 AM (San Diego)
  • XHPRS 105.7 FM (San Diego)
  • XEPE 1700 AM (San Diego)

You can also stream the games over the internet via:

  • XEPRS 1090 All Access
  • TuneIn App

A brief history of the San Diego State Aztecs football team

The Aztecs don’t have the oldest football program in California by any means considering they started up in the 1920s. But that doesn’t mean they haven’t had some significant moments in their history.

Below we take a brief look at some of the highlights:

  • 2022: A new stadium, called Snapdragon Stadium, is constructed as the home of the San Diego State University Aztecs football team
  • 2016: SDSU ends the season with a No. 25 ranking nationally ys
  • 2016: The Aztecs win their 21st conference championship in school history with a win over the Wyoming Cowboys
  • 2012: The first of three Mountain West Conference championships is earned this year with the others coming in 2015 and 2016
  • 2000: SDSU becomes a charter member of the Mountain West Conference
  • 1991: Marshall Faulk decides to attend SDSU as they were the first college to offer him a scholarship to play running back instead of defensive back
  • 1986: SDSU wins its only conference title while a part of the Western Athletic Conference
  • 1977: The Aztecs end the year ranked No. 16 in the nation
  • 1969: The first of five Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championships are earned by SDSU and they would win it again in 1970, 1972, 1973 and 1974
  • 1969: SDSU makes the move to NCAA Division I, then called the University Division
  • 1968: SDSU, now playing as an independent team without a conference, goes 9-0-1 overall and is awarded the College Division national championship for the third year in a row
  • 1967: The Aztecs win their second national championship, this time with a 10-1 overall record
  • 1967: The Aztecs move into the San Diego Stadium as their new home
  • 1966: SDSU win the national championship at the College Division level with an 11-0 record
  • 1961: Don Coryell becomes the Aztecs’ head coach and led the team to undefeated seasons in 1966 and 1968
  • 1950: The Aztecs won their first California Collegiate Athletic Association conference title, which they would go on to win five more times in 1951, 1962, 1963, 1966 and 1967
  • 1948: San Diego State makes its first bowl game, losing to Hardin-Simmons University, 53-0, in the Harbor Bowl
  • 1936: The Aztecs won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and would go on to win it again in 1937
  • 1935: The team moved their home field from Balboa Stadium to the Aztec Bowl, where they would stay through 1966
  • 1930: SDSU hosted its first night game, which has since become a tradition with over 75 percent of all Aztecs games being held at night
  • 1928: SDSU’s student body votes to adopt Scarlet and Black as the school colors
  • 1922: SDSU wins the first of three consecutive conference championships in the Southern California Junior College Conference
  • 1921: San Diego Junior College and San Diego Normal School merged to become San Diego State College and played their first football game that year

San Diego State University Aztecs FAQ

It all depends on the opponent, but SeatGeek indicates that many games have tickets as low as $13 and that the average price is typically about $46.

The SDSU Aztecs have won three national championships, all while a part of the College Division of the NCAA (now Division II). Those came in 1966, 1967 and 1968.

The coach with the most wins in school history is Rocky Long, who coached the Aztecs from 2011-2019. He picked up a record of 81-38-0 for a .681 win percentage.

The coach with the highest win percentage is Don Coryell, who from 1969-1972 compiled a 36-8 record for a .818 win percentage.

According to, the Aztecs have played in 16 bowl games and have compiled a record of 7-9.

The first bowl game was played on Jan. 1, 1948, and was known as the Harbor Bowl. San Diego State lost to Hardin-Simmons, 53-0. The most recent bowl game was the 2021 Frisco Bowl, which SDSU won over Texas-San Antonio, 38-24.

The Aztecs have had just four consensus All-American selections. They were Marshall Faulk (1992 and 1993), Matt Araiza (2021), Rashaad Penny (2017) and Kyle Turley (1997).

There have been 176 different Aztecs players who have been drafted into the NFL.

The first-ever were backs Volney Quinlan (fourth round, 49th overall) and Art Preston (21st round, 253rd overall) in 1952. Both were selected by the Los Angeles Rams.

The most recent Aztecs to be drafted were DE Darren Cameron Thomas (third round, 87th overall), TE Daniel Bellinger (fourth round, 112th), P Matt Araiza (sixth round, 180th) and OT Zachary Thomas (sixth round, 186th) in 2022.

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