Bailey Gaither and the Spartans take over. 22
The undefeated football team of the University of San Jose (SJSU) will play on Thursday 31. December at 11 am for the last time in 2020 against Ball State (6-1) in the Arizona Bowl. The Spartans are the only unbeaten team west of the state of Mississippi that lost 7-0 thanks to an attack that averages 30 points per game.
Two years ago, the SJSU attack was led by former Paso Robles Bear Josh Oliver, who was finally drafted in the third round of the 2019 NFL draft. The Spartans will be led this season by another Bearcat legend, as Bailey Gaither leads the team at receptions and has set a new school record.
In the home games at War Memorial Stadium, Gaither scored over 40 touchdowns and collected over 3,000 yards in receiving. He continued his successful career in Division I and helped the USSU climb to the top 25 nationally for the first time since 2012.
The former Paso Robles Bearcat Bailey Gaither, led the team at the receptions and set the records of the school at the receptions. Photos by Nick Mattson
Gaither joined the GOSU in 2015 and climbed the depth ladder. The old Bearcat showed clichés of the speed that made him such a nightmare in the first year of high school, but in the first year he showed the nation his lightning acceleration by making 52 passes for 812 yards and six touchdowns. Gaither ended the season with an honourable mention in the Berg-West, but unfortunately the Spartans only finished 5-7 in 2019.
In 2020, the Spartans had a new quarterback in the person of Nick Starkel, a former Texas A&M shooter who, after bouncing back, found a home in San Jose who made a habit of targeting Gaither early and often.
The Spartans opened the season against the Air Force Academy, but Starkel and Gaither controlled the airspace, finishing with eight receptions and 110 metres. The UESJ wins the contest 17-6.
Gaither entered the record books in the second game of the season. Playing at home in an empty stadium, the 1.80m, 80kg red senior made 10 catches for 208 yards against New Mexico, the eighth highest score in the history of the school. Old Bear also added a touchdown and the Spartans took a 2-0 lead with a 38-21 victory.
Gaither scored three more touchdowns in the next three games as the Spartans began to appear in the media as one of the only teams left undefeated. The scene took place on the 11th. December, when the UESJ faced the undefeated Nevada in a nationally televised game on Fox. In a game that featured several stars from the Central Coast, Gaither shone the brightest with seven catches for 156 yards in victory.
The Wolfpack led 20-7 on the half, but the Spartan defense didn’t allow a single point in the second half and scored 23 points. USSU hit his ticket to the Mountain West championship game with a 30-20 victory.
Bailey Gaither plays for the undefeated San Jose State University (SJSU) Spartan football team. Submitted photos.
Two weeks ago, on the 19th. In December, the Spartanen Boise State played for the Mountain West Championship and remained unbeaten with a 34-20 victory. The CIS attack was too strong in the air. Gaither finished with five holds for 98 yards, while his partner on the other side, Tre Walker, led the way with seven holds for 137 yards and a touchdown.
This Thursday the Spartans have the opportunity to write history and deliver some first class performances in the best season in school history to date. SJSU has won each of its matches with a double-digit score, but MAC Champions Ball State (6-1) stands in the way.
The 15th. In December, Mountain West presented its conference teams, and Gaither took the honors for the first team. With one race left in the season, it will take him 88 meters to make his most successful yardage so far this season, even though his 812 meters in 2019 in 12 races were not eight.
The former Bearcat currently ranks second in the UESJ with 18 touchdown receptions, fourth in touchdown receptions with 2,227 and eleventh in career receptions with 135.
The Ball State Cardinals have never won a bowling match in nine attempts, but are also looking for their best season since 1978. Like the Spartans, the Cardinals have a talented receiving core and are expected to spread the ball in the yards all day long with their star player, defender Caleb Huntley, on his way to the Arizona Bowl.
University football fans, offensive players or locals should vote to CBS on Thursday morning to see what all the signs indicate is an entertaining bowling game. See your local lists for more details.
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