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18-6, 1st in MW

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Wow. Wow. Game was 66-63 UNM when this call happened. Changed the game. From Mountain West: COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.  With 12.9 seconds remaining in regulation in this evening's New Mexico at San Diego State game, the official covering the in-bounds play ruled the New Mexico player had not established out-of-bounds status before receiving the ball. The result was a turnover which gave the ball to San Diego State. While this was a very close judgment call made at full speed, it has been determined after careful review of slow-motion video replays the call was in fact incorrect. The New Mexico player did get one foot down (two feet are not required) out-of-bounds before receiving the ball, thus establishing his location in accordance NCAA Basketball Playing Rules 4.23.1.a and 7.1.1. By rule, the officials were not permitted to go to the monitor during the game to review this play. The Mountain West will have no further comment.

5h

Hemsley leads SDSU to 78-71 OT win vs New Mexico

Jeremy Hemsley scored eight of his 23 points in overtime, including a go-ahead jumper in the key with 1:05 left, and San Diego State beat New Mexico 78-71 Saturday to tie the Mountain West Confer

Aztecs stay perfect in Mountain West

San Diego State needed overtime against New Mexico to improve to 11-0 in conference play. Jeremy Hemsley scored 23 points in the win. Box score

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Omogbo dunks through defender

It wasn't a good idea to get in the way of Colorado State's Emmanuel Omogbo.

Tough situation for San Diego State

The Aztecs are 9-0 in the Mountain West, but there are no quality wins left on the schedule. Non-conference losses to Arkansas Little-Rock, Grand Canyon and San Diego might haunt the Aztecs on Selection Sunday. Bubble Watch

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Why San Diego State could stun in MArch

On one hand, the Aztecs have limited opponents to just 40 percent shooting inside the arc. On the other hand, SDSU's 9-0 league record is tough to evaluate when only four squads from the conference are in the top 100. Teams that could surprise us soon

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What lackluster start?

San Diego State sits atop the Mountain West at 9-0. Thanks to their trademark defense, the Aztecs have swiftly put their early stumbles behind them. Five Up, Five Down (Insider)

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Joe Lunardi's bracketology: No. 12 seeds

  • East: San Diego State Aztecs
  • West: Monmouth Hawks
  • South: Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans
  • Midwest: UCLA Bruins/Syracuse Orange
See full bracket

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San Diego State roughs up UNLV 67-52

Trey Kell had 14 points and seven rebounds, Jeremy Hemsley added 13 points, and San Diego State remained perfect in Mountain West play with a 67-52 win over UNLV on Saturday night.

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Oliver gets it done on both ends

Nevada's Cameron Oliver came up with a block and then hustled down the court to throw down the alley-oop. (Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN)

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Jeremy Hemsley among the week's best

At this rate, San Diego State's Hemsley could be the team's first freshman leading scorer since Kawhi Leonard. That's good enough for No. 9 on the list of the top 15 freshmen of the week. Freshman tracker (Insider)

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Pope needs to focus on this season

Jeff Goodman notes that Malik Pope was mentioned as a possible 2016 NBA lottery pick. But the sophomore is only averaging 5.0 points and is struggling with his outside shot. Five Up, Five Down (Insider)

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

San Diego State said it has been notified that the NCAA has concluded its inquiry and the allegations made against the program were not substantiated. The notification came from the NCAA director of enforcement.

Will Aztecs' defense win championship?

With the sixth-best defensive efficiency in the nation, San Diego State might be the favorite in the MWC. But UNLV and freshman phenom Stephen Zimmerman Jr. showed their potential in wins over Indiana and Oregon. The Floor Is Yours

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San Diego State downs Wyoming 67-55

Winston Shepard scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and San Diego State beat Wyoming 67-55 Wednesday night in a Mountain West Conference opener.

Team Stats

Points Per Game66.1313th
Rebounds Per Game39.451st
Assists Per Game9.8344th
Points Allowed59.82nd

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