Each name listed as candidates have proven results with high-powered offenses. All three coincidentally have ties to the Mountain West as former players or coaches.
Christon’s journey to SDSU has shown him many sides to the world of college athletics. Now in his senior season he’s ready to hit the next gear.
All winter, media reports referred to the Pac-12 as an embattled conference. SDSU is attempting to leave the Mountain West regardless.
Now in his 24th season coaching at San Diego State, his sixth as the head man, Dutcher has been part of 536 victories, 16 Mountain West titles and 10 appearances in the NCAA Tournament.
For the Aztecs the challenge is great. The opportunity is greater. Friday’s game offers a chance to advance further in this tournament than any SDSU team has ever gone.
SDSU vs Furman: “I don’t care what seed they are … it’s about who’s playing good basketball at this point” –Brian Dutcher
SDSU’s victory put them in position to reach the Sweet16 for just the 3rd time in program history. The Aztecs are the favorites in these first two games of the bracket—But don’t try and tell coach Dutcher that.
#20 SDSU vs Utah State: Aztecs look to beat Aggies for 3rd time in controversy filled Mountain West Championship
The convincing win slots the Aztecs into the MWC Tournament championship game for the sixth consecutive year and 13th time in the last 15 seasons.
The Mountain West Championship truly does go through Viejas. Let’s take a moment to call out the eight seniors who have helped bring another banner to Viejas Arena.
Forget revenge, the #22 San Diego State Aztecs basketball team needs to have much loftier goals in mind when they renew acquaintances with the New Mexico Lobos in the famed “Pit” in Albuquerque on Saturday evening.
You’ve got to give credit to the preseason prognosticators. They accurately predicted where San Diego State and Fresno State find themselves entering Wednesday night’s game.