Saturday, September 21
2 p.m. PDT
Television: There is no television for San Diego State-Idaho.
Radio: All San Diego State football games can be heard live in southern California on XTRA Sports (690 AM).
The San Diego State Aztecs (0-3) hit the road for the third time in four weeks when they visit the Idaho Vandals Saturday afternoon in Moscow, Idaho. There is no television for the Aztecs-Vandals contest. The game is the home opener for Idaho. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. in the Kibbie Dome.
While there will be no television cameras in the vicinity, Idaho and San Diego State are no strangers to the bright lights of the big time. Both teams have lined up against formidable gridiron opponents in the opening weeks of the 2002 season. San Diego State’s first three opponents (Fresno State, Colorado and Arizona State) give the Aztecs the nation’s 13th toughest schedule to date, according to Jeff Sagarin.
It is doubtful the Vandals will be impressed with SDSU’s opposition. Idaho has faced off against Boise State, Washington State and Oregon in the first three weeks, all on the road. As a result, Idaho’s schedule is ranked as the second toughest in America. The Vandals will meet Washington on Sept. 28th to close their non-conference season.
San Diego State will be playing its first game in the state of Idaho. The Aztecs have never faced Idaho State or Boise State and are meeting Idaho for just the second time with the first meeting coming in 1996 in Mission Valley.