In the summer of 1976, the San Diego Jaws played in the North American Soccer League as a one-year wonder with an awesome Shark logo. They called the Aztec Bowl as SDSU home for that season and finished with a mediocre 9-15 record.
Originally the Baltimore Comets, the Jaws moved all over the country in the 70s. After one year in San Diego, they moved to Las Vegas. After one year in Vegas as the Las Vegas Quicksilvers, the team moved back to San Diego in 1978 under new ownership and was re-named the San Diego Sockers. The Sockers had their first season in 1978 and played for almost 20 years until folding in 1996.