San Jose State Spartans Football

San Jose State Spartans Football

The San Jose State Spartans represent San Jose State University and the Silicon Valley in NCAA Division I FBS college football. The Spartans play all home games in Spartan Stadium, which offers a seating capacity of over 30,000. The current head coach is Ron Caragher, who took over the position at the close of the 2012 season after former head coach Mike McIntyre accepted the head coaching job at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO.

In Mike MacIntyre's third season as head coach, the 2012 San Jose State Spartans football team finished the season with a win over Bowling Green in the 2012 Military Bowl en route to an 11-2 season record and ranked 24th in the BCS rankings.

In 2013, SJSU will leave the Western Athletic Conference, the Spartans' conference home of 17 years, to begin competing in the Mountain West Conference.

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