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No. 5 San Diego St. overcomes 2nd-half deficit, tops Nevada

Wolf Pack gets No. 3 seed in MWC Tourney Associated Press RENO — San Diego State guard K.J. Feagin called it a “gut check.” Coach Brian Dutcher said his team was “rattled.” But even in front of 10,855 fans at rival Nevada, the No. 5 Aztecs overcame a 13-point second-half deficit for a 83-76 win. “We like playing on the road,” Feagin said after San Diego State finished the regular season undefeated in road and neutral games (14-0). “We like the road environment,” he added. “It was hostile here. … It was a gut check. We were down. We were bruised, but not defeated.” Malachi Flynn had the biggest impact in the comeback victory by scoring 36 points, more than any Aztecs player since 2005 on 13-of-20 … [Read More...]

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