Tuesday, September 21, 2010
7 Things About Ryan Lindley
A personal Q&A with the Aztecs quarterback.
Aztecs can catch Ryan Lindley in action at the Sept. 25 football game against Utah State, with the 35th annual KGB SkyShow immediately following. For more information and tickets, visit GoAztecs.com.
Name: Ryan Lindley
Major: Social Science – Single Subject Teaching
Campus affiliations: Aztecs Football, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Athletes In Action, Official for Christ
- Why did you choose SDSU?
I loved the campus, football program and city of San Diego
- What inspired you to declare your major?
I have wanted to teach since I was young.
- Which coach/staff/faculty member has made the biggest impact on you and why?
Quarterbacks Coach Brian Sipe has influenced me in many ways on and off the field.
- What is the best piece of advice you ever received?
“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.”
- What are your future goals?
Play football for as long as I can, establish a career and be a solid father/husband.
- What’s the first website you look at every day?
- What experience at SDSU has changed your life the most?
Community service with underprivileged youth.
- What is the most interesting or surprising thing about you?
I can play the harmonica.
- What music do you listen to the most often?
Reggae and gospel
- What is your favorite restaurant?
- What is your favorite book?
The Purpose Driven Life or The Last Lecture
- What is your favorite sports team or who is your favorite individual athlete?
The Padres and SDSU center Trask Iosefa
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