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San Diego, CA (SportsNetwork. Under Armour Outlet Ireland .com) - Back in the postseason for the fifth straight year, the San Diego State Aztecs clash with the Navy Midshipmen in the 10th annual Poinsettia Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium. The Aztecs, who call Qualcomm home, had another successful season in the Mountain West Conference, finishing in a tie for first place in the West Division with Fresno State at 5-3. Unfortunately, the team lost the tiebreaker and was left out of the conference championship game (won by Boise State), but still the Aztecs were invited back to take part in the Poinsettia Bowl for the third time since 2010. When it comes to the postseason, the Aztecs own a 6-6 mark in bowl games, but are just 3-5 since moving to the Division I level. Head coach Rocky Long has led SDSU to the postseason in each of his four years with the program and last season the team snapped a two-game slide in bowl games with a 49-24 win over Buffalo in the Famous Potato Bowl in Idaho. Making it to a bowl game yet again is one thing, but to be able to play in front of the hometown crowd is certainly a bonus that is not lost on coach Long. Very few teams are going to a fifth straight bowl game and our players have worked hard to get here, Long says. It shows how successful our program has become. Ive been lucky enough to have gone to several bowls and our fifth- year seniors have been to five straight bowls. The Poinsettia Bowl has been great to us and we know how well they treat us. Our players are excited about being home, so their family and friends can come watch them play. As for the Midshipmen, they have not enjoyed nearly as long of a break since the end of the regular season as San Diego State, but that should not prevent the Academy from putting up a fight two days before Christmas. Navy was just on the field Dec. 13 in the annual battle versus Army in Baltimore, coming away with a 17-10 victory. The team closed the regular season with three straight wins and five in the last six outings overall. Even before the final game of the regular season, Navy was bowl eligible and accepted the invitation back to San Diego where the branch of the armed forces has a heavy presence already. We are excited about the opportunity to travel to San Diego, which is a city filled with Navy and Marine Corps service men and women, and play in a first- class bowl game, notes Navys Director of Athletics, Chet Gladchuk. The city of San Diego, the stadium, the hospitality from the community and the bowl administration present as fine a postseason experience as we could possibly enjoy. The Midshipmen are playing in a bowl game for the third straight year and 20th time in history overall, having taken part in the 1924 Rose Bowl versus Washington and tying the Huskies, 14-14. The program defeated Middle Tennessee in the Armed Forces Bowl following last season, 24-6, but still Navy has won just two times in the last seven bowl appearances. Overall, the squad has a mark of 8-10-1 in the postseason. The Aztecs lead the all-time series by a 3-0 margin, with all three of those contests being played in southern California. The most recent meeting was a 35-14 victory in this very same bowl game back in 2010. Another positive note for San Diego State has the team winning eight straight meetings against service academies. When it comes to the Navy offense these days, it begins and ends with the exploits of quarterback Keenan Reynolds. The signal caller has operated the triple-option to perfection during his career, but especially this season as he has scored what is not only a school-record 31 rushing touchdowns, that total is also the most for any quarterback in NCAA history in a single season as well. He is just the fourth player in NCAA history to rush for at least 30 and his 62 career rushing TDs are the most by any quarterback in NCAA history as well. But the nations top rushing offense (345.1 ypg) does have other options at their disposal, which is something the San Diego State defense will have to keep in mind when they start to crowd the box in attempt to slow down Reynolds and his cohorts. Averaging 7.6 yards per carry, Noah Copeland accounted for 889 yards and five TDs in 12 regular-season games, while Chris Swain posted four TDs and 621 yards of his own. The Aztecs will have to be careful when they dig into the trenches on defense because Reynolds has shown that he can put the ball in the air as well, obviously not as often as every other team in the FBS, but enough so that opponents need to take notice. Reynolds has averaged just over 10 attempts per game and has completed passes for 826 yards and six touchdowns, three of those going to Jamir Tillman. Unfortunately, the defense for the Midshipman is not as strong as it could be, giving up 410.3 ypg to rank 78th in the nation entering bowl season. The team has had considerable issues slowing down the run as they give up close to 200 ypg, but if the Navy offense is controlling the clock that might not be as much of an issue. As for the San Diego State offense, it mostly revolves around running back Donnel Pumphrey, a 2014 First-Team All-Mountain West performer who is one of the nations top rushers with 146.2 ypg. A workhorse who has carried the ball 255 times this season, Pumphrey eclipsed the 100-yard mark in nine games, posting a high of 267 as he averaged close to seven yards per attempt and scored 19 of his teams 25 rushing touchdowns. Another decent option to turn to is Chase Price, who finished the regular season with 605 yards and five scores. Handing the ball off to Pumphrey will be Quinn Kaehler, a signal caller who has unfortunately thrown more interceptions (10) than touchdowns (9) while completing 56.4 percent of his attempts. Despite missing five games, the target that Kaehler will be seeking out most of all will probably be Ezell Ruffin who led the program with 26 catches, leading to 422 yards and a couple of scores. On the defensive side of the ball, Calvin Munson should draw considerable attention from Navy as he tied for the team high with 78 tackles, logged 10.5 tackles for loss, four sacks and paced the Aztecs with four interceptions during the season. Under Armour Shoes Clearance . The Sioux Falls Canaries scored two in the seventh and three more in the eighth to come back from a 3-0 deficit and defeat the Winnipeg Goldeyes 5-3 in front of 6,769 at Shaw Park on Sunday afternoon. Under Armor Curry 2 Low . -- Martin Kaymer never lost sight of opportunity even amid so much evidence of trouble in the closing stretch Sunday at The Players Championship.The present is all that matters for Andy Murray and if he can continue his focus then only good things will happen for him, says Peter Fleming. Murray outgunned Bulgarias Grigor Dimitrov 6-4 7-6 (7-2) in the final of the China Open on Sunday to claim his 40th career title and continue his pursuit of the world No 1 spot. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ?£6.99. No contract. The reigning Wimbledon and Olympic champion became the 16th player to win 40 ATP titles and only has points to bank to further reduce the 3,005-point gap to Novak Djokovic in the race to the top of the rankings. He still has plenty of points to play for in Shanghai, Paris and the World Tour finals in London over the next six weeks and Fleming feels that the 29-year-old needs to keep his mind on the job in hand. Hes a better tennis player now than hes ever been and so the hope is that he stays physically strong and mentally motivated which I think is probably a very good chance, said the Sky Sports tennis analyst. Who knows what the future could bring - we could see a period of Murray dominance which is asking a lot with the sort of tennis Djokovic has played over the last two, three years.But I certainly think hes about to have a go at having a great rivalry again.The present is all that matters for Andy and so if he can just focus on the ball coming to him where am I going to hit this next shot and just keeping doing it then good things will happen. Thhere is so much in his arsenal. Speedform Apollo Vent. Murray wins China Open Andy Murray beats Grigor Dimitrov to win China Open Murrays tactics were revealed during the final as a TV camera picked up what was written on his notes next to his bag as he sat down. They included basic tennis technology, including attacking the second serve, dont let him dictate with his forehand, stay calm and breath.He was reading those notes on most changeovers so I think its a good thing, said Fleming. You have just a few snippets to centre your mind again, just to keep it on the job in hand and dont let distractions get in the way.Its certainly part of the formula which has made him a real challenger for the best player in the world. Murray will be seeking his third Shanghai masters title next week where he has a first-round bye. His first match will be against either American Steve Johnson or Slovakian Martin Klizan. You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! 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