SDSU had several chances this season to pad its record with quality wins, but it was unable to do so because it couldn't finish games strongly.
In a game that wasn't pretty early on, and then was even less pretty towards the end, Navy managed to make the least damaging mistakes and snag their eighth win.
Monday's Miami Beach Bowl was probably the pinnacle of the mid-major portion of bowl season, but on Tuesday come two more relatively interesting battles, one in Boca Raton and one in San Diego.
SDSU will look to make it back-to-back seasons with a bowl victory when it takes on Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl, Tuesday at Qualcomm Stadium.
Texas quarterback Ryan Agnew is heading to San Diego State. Let's take a look at what the Aztecs are getting in the dual-threat out of Southlake.
The Aztecs take care of business by crushing San Jose State and securing their fifth straight bowl game.
SDSU will punch its ticket to a program-record fifth straight bowl game if it's able to beat a San Jose State team that's lost five games in a row.