The 2008 San Jose State Spartans football team represented San Jose State University in the 2008 NCAA Division I FBS football season. This season was the Spartans' fourth season with Dick Tomey as head coach.
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... Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance 08/30/2008 500 pm UC Davis* Spartan Stadium • San Jose, CA W 13–10 18,730 09/06/2008 930 am at Nebraska* Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, NE FSN L 12 ...
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