• New SDSU Commercial

    I’m not an alumni of San Diego State. But I am a neighbor and fan. I love the winning attitude you feel when you walk around campus. On a campus of 20,000 people it might not feel like you can make a difference. But 12 guys on the basketball court and 50 guys on the […]

  • SDSU vs. Cal Poly

    Had a great time with Megan last night. Good to hear the cannon go off a lot. I think they proved that they could move the ball last night. 49 points with 42 of them coming from the offense. Ronnie Hillman is an amazing running back, 189 yards on 27 carries and 2 TDs. Ryan […]

  • Kawhi Leonard’s back story

    It’s one thing to know about this young man’s power on the basketball court. It’s another thing to examine Kawhi Leonard’s story behind the drive, talent, and desire to succeed. One amazing byproduct of this amazing season for SDSU is that stories like Kawhi’s get told. As the video above shows, he’s more than just […]

  • Why you should watch SDSU vs. BYU on February 26th


  • Steve Fisher on Jim Rome

  • Late night at SDSU vs. TCU

    Paul pic, originally uploaded by mclanea. We had a good time at the game last night. But a 7:30 PM tip off is just a little too late for a 7 year old. Context: This picture was taken after everyone had left the sold out arena. We were seated directly next to the student section. […]

  • Basketball fever

    I’m an Indiana kid. Growing up, I played 21 from the time the neighbors driveway thawed until school started. Sometimes dozens of games per day. Not to sound like a John Cougar Mellencamp song, but we played until our fingers bled. Then we’d have lunch and play until it got dark. Where I went to […]

  • SDSU: I believe that we will win

    SDSU: I believe that we will win

    This is more fun in person. As a good friend and SDSU alumni is quick to tell me, I joined the Aztecs fan-dome at just the right moment in history. It’s been amazing to see this school go from identifying itself as a party school to a campus full of pride for its athletics. (Baseball, […]

  • Date night with the kids

    Kristen hosted a girls night for the ladies of our community group. So Paul, Megan, and I disappeared and went to see Toy Story 3. One thing I haven’t adjusted to about Southern California living is how expensive the movies are. I still grimace at paying $11.50 for an adult and $8.50 for a child […]

  • Finding a church home: Kaleo Church

    Our first stop on the search took us to Kaleo Church that meets at the AMC 20 in the Mission Valley Mall. Obviously, this being the first one we’ve visited it was pretty high on our list of places to explore. And we weren’t disappointed. Parking is a non-issue obviously. The location is easy enough […]