Fallout From Week One’s Worst Body Bag Game

Posted by D Miller on September-6-2009 Add Comments

In the weeks leading up to his team's season opener against USC, San Jose State Head Coach Dick Tomey kept stressing the positives of stepping up to a national powerhouse in a hostile environment.

He cited the months of offseason preparation the team spent in anticipation of their Week One showdown.

He cited the step-up in competition as a way to raise the level of practice and on-field performance, both through the pregame preparation and the on-field experience against a legitimate national title contender.

He also cited the overall exposure for the program, both to potential recruits in Southern California (a region that produced much of the Spartans' current roster) as well as on a national level.

Tomey ce...

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