The State Hornet

Hornets without QB Fleming, lead Eagles 14-13 at half

Dante Geoffrey

October 22, 2011

The Sacramento State Hornets are leading the Eastern Washington Eagles 14-13 after the first half of the game at Hornet Stadium. The Hornets are leading despite playing without quarterback Jeff Fleming. Fleming, who has started 16 straight games for the Hornets, is out with a calf injury. True freshman Ga...

Comcast to broadcast show featuring Sac State sports

From left to right: DB Osagi Odiase, head coach Marshall
Sperbeck, DB Kyle Monson.

Josh Stanley

September 28, 2011

The Sacramento State coaches' show on Comcast SportsNet California was nearly scrubbed before its debut, and the setback was because of difficulties in the campus library. The show was announced at the Quarterback Club luncheon that takes place every Monday at El Patron Bar and Grill. It was reported ...

Sac State football now dialed to 93.1

Sac State football now dialed to 93.1

Josh Stanley

September 14, 2011

After five years, the Sacramento State football program has a new radio home, Classic 93.1 FM. In an attempt to have game coverage heard all over Northern California, the Sac State football program moved from KRJY 1240 AM to KHLX Classic 93.1 this year, said Sac State Athletics Director Terry Wanless...

Sac State football suffers letdown against Southern Utah

Dante Geoffrey

September 10, 2011

The Sacramento State football team fell back to earth today, even more quickly than expectations had risen the past week, losing to the Southern Utah Thunderbirds 35-14 at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City, Utah. Southern Utah quarterback Brad Sorensen led the Thunderbirds to a 35-point offensive output, com...

Hornets stun Beavers

Sacramento State football players storm the field at Reser
Stadium on Saturday after their historic 29-28 overtime victory
against Oregon State.

Dante Geoffrey

September 7, 2011

The Sacramento State football team pulled offperhaps the biggest win in school history on Saturday when it beatOregon State University 29-28 in overtime.It was Oregon State’s first home-opening losssince 2001, and the first loss against a team from the FootballChampionship Subdivision since 1996, when it lost...