Direct from the mouth of San Diego State University Athletic Director: The past hasn’t been good to the Aztecs. The Mountain West conference should be ripe for the picking. Boise State and TCU are on the decline and it is time for a new team to step forward and claim Mountain West victory. After an embarrassing early loss to Utah State followed by a loss to the struggling Pac 12 Beavers that team didn’t look like San Diego State. Even a win against an insignificant FCS team was bittersweet ending with star HB Ronnie Hillman injured for three weeks despite having no reason to even be in the game at that point. Luckily those days are over. Out with the old and in with the new! Please welcome the new San Diego State University head coach Osiris Monster! Head Coach Osiris Monster: I didn’t take the time to learn the name of the coach I replace. What’s the point? I will guarantee I do a better job managing this team then he could. Whoever that coach was I do wish him well. I’m sure there is a high school team out there looking for mediocrity. Since taking over the Aztecs no one has asked me what I plan to do with the team this year. Screw you! I’m going to answer anyway. My plans are simple. I will build the Aztecs into a dominate player in the Mountain West conference over my three year contract with the team. Nothing short of a Mountain West championship will satiate my thirst. The Aztecs have never been a player in division I NCAA football and that needs to change. The team has only won a single bowl game in the past 42 years. I plan on winning three over the next three years. Bold claim? I don’t think so. Such should be the expectation! Now I don’t want people to think I discount Boise State and TCU as threats. They are the giants and we are David looking to topple the Goliaths of non-BCS opponents. That said they can be beat. It was only a few years ago that Nevada ended any hope Boise State had of a national title shot when it shattered their chance at sole ownership of a WAC title and BCS bowl berth. I know my team can do the same. We can beat Boise State and we can beat TCU. They have more talent, we have more heart. I’m not going to sit here and lie to you about how I plan on ending my coaching career with the Aztecs. Chances are in three years I’ll be leaving for a better team, perhaps even a chance to coach my Alma Mater the Texas Longhorns. I do promise I will leave this team in a better place then I found it. Some will begrudge me leaving but the days spending a lifetime coaching a non-BCS team are long gone. I have a dream and that dream involves leading the Longhorns to BCS glory once again. As I work towards that goal San Diego State should rest well knowing they will improve by my passing. To those opponents eager that a date with the Aztecs improves their bowl chances I have this to say. Circle that date on your calendars and prepare for disappointment. The Aztec Assault approached.