11/17 TMM: Aztecs MBB fails its first big test

SDSU MBB head coach Steve Fisher

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SDSU Aztecs Fall 81-76 To Utah
We knew before the season started that Utah would be a great first test for the Aztecs. San Diego State’s 81-76 loss Monday night in Salt Lake City confirmed it.

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It’s official: Aztecs top MW composite poll – San Diego Union-Tribune
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Chargers Bye Week Hangover: “We Gotta Be Cursed Or Something”… (Plus, Is Floyd Really Retiring?)
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Andy Dalton freaks out over J.J. Watt’s ‘Christmas Story’ burn – For The Win
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San Diego Gulls Post Game Skate With Military And Their Families (video)
A seriously cool video for everyone to enjoy, not just Gulls fans.

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  1. Hey_Lyd57

    Your headline is very negative. Aztecs beat the spread playing the #16 team in the nation on the road with new players in the mix. There is no failure. You suck. GO AZTECS!

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