PASADENA, Calif. - It was another rough game for the Wildcats. It wasn't as close as the last two,…
SDSU's Hamilton Out For Michigan Game
Michigan had extended an offer to the talented back, and he was looking forward to the visit to Ann Arbor. "I'm looking forward to that Michigan game," he said last month. "I know a lot of players on that team. When I first stepped in the Big House on my trip, I was like, 'If I don't go here I sure do want to play here, and I want to really do some things.' Now I've got a chance to go there."
Aztec Head Coach Tom Craft hopes to have Hamilton ready for SDSU's game against Nevada the following week. "He was running a lot better today, cutting real well, but not to the point where we expect to play him against Michigan," Craft said. "Right now our starting point would be next week against Nevada. We expect him to get a full week of practice and play in that game without a doubt."
There is another Michian-San Diego State connection. Michigan quarterack Spencer Brinton was the Aztec starter before going on his two-year Mormon mission. When he returned he signed on with the Wolverines.
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