San Jose State Spartans versus Ball State

Follow us as the San Jose state soccer team battle Ball State to end their historic season at the Arizona Bowl.

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The game will be shown nationwide on CBS (KPIX Ch. 5) from 11 a.m.

Prior to this season, the San Jose State Spartans had not appeared on a major wireless network since 2006, when ABC showed their game against Nevada regionally.

Now the Spartans (7-0) have two consecutive games on national television to complete their best season since 13-0 in 1939.

San Jose State’s 34:20 win over Boise State in the Mountain West Championship game on December 19 in Las Vegas was broadcast nationwide by FOX.

In case you missed it, here are the Bay Area News Group’s stories leading up to Thursday’s New Year’s Eve finale in the desert:

– Arizona Bowl Essentials: What You Should Know Before San Jose State Play Ball State

– Meet the man who made the San Jose state soccer team a social phenomenon

– Arizona Bowl Preview: Four Keys to Ending an Undefeated Season in the State of San Jose

– How big boys in trenches paved the way for San Jose state’s undefeated season

– San Jose quarterback Nick Starkel announces he will be back next season

On the subject of matching items

  • San Jose State Football: Cade Hall, many other Spartans unavailable for the Arizona Bowl

  • Watch: Wisconsin Quarterback Celebration Fumbles And Breaks Duke’s Mayo Bowl Trophy

  • Pac-12 Soccer: USC, Oregon dominates TV ratings for the 2020 season

  • Pac-12 Recruitment: Korey Foreman, JT Tuimoloau and the storylines to watch the route

  • How to play San Jose State against Ball State in the Arizona Bowl

– San Jose State Football: The view behind enemy lines at the Arizona Bowl

– San Jose State’s Cade Hall has been named a Premier All-America Team by Sporting News

– Arizona Bowl: The matchup between San Jose State and Ball State marks a milestone for women in the sport

– Bud Geracie on San Jose State Football: The Biggest Season We Have Never Seen

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