Christian Chapman threw for 283 yards, including a pair of touchdown strikes to Mikah Holder, to lead San Diego State to a 31-0 win over New Hampshire on Saturday night.
Chapman was 16 of 25 without an interception. Holder finished with 160 yards on four catches, all in the first half, including an 86-yard grab for the game's first touchdown.
Donnel Pumphrey had 98 yards on 21 carries for the Aztecs (1-0) and ran for a 20-yard touchdown. John Baron kicked a 33-yard field goal, and an interception midway through the fourth quarter set up the final touchdown, a 1-yarder from Rashaad Penny.
San Diego State, the defending Mountain West Conference champion, piled up 461 total yards while holding New Hampshire (0-1) to just 141. The Aztecs have won 11 straight games stretching back to last season, the second-longest active win streak in the nation behind Alabama's 12.