Sons of Montezuma – Podcast Episodes

#108 KTR: Survive and Advance—SDSU Beats Charleston. The Furman Paladins Up Next

After a sloppy start, coach Brian Dutcher’s #5 Aztecs muscled up #12 Charleston to survive and advance. The guys recap all about the big victory and discuss the next opponent #13 Furman. The Paladins just took down Virginia in one of the tournament’s biggest upsets so far and this game’s winner is heading to the sweet16 of the NCAA Tournament.

107 KTR: SDSU is on to Big Dance vs Charleston. Sports writer Bill O’Rear joins the Sons of Montezuma

The Aztecs win the Mountain West Conference Tournament and are set in the South Bracket of the NCAA March Madness Tournament. The Kiss The Rings crew is back from Las Vegas and here to recap all that took place. Our special guest Bill O’Rear joins the show to give his opinions on the team moving forward against Charleston and the guys take a few items from our live listeners.

#106: Dwayne Polee II

Dwayne Polee II, one of the most beloved Aztec basketball players, stopped by the show and shared his many memories of playing on the Mesa. From his Polee basketball legacy, being one of LA County’s top high school players, transferring in from St.Johns, and his many highlights as SDSU’s standard for the 6th man, Dwayne reveals a lot of behind the scenes aspects to some of the most iconic moments in SDSU Basketball history.

#105 KTR: Mountain West Conference Tournament Preview

March Madness is here and so is the first step for the Aztecs quest to a deep run. The Kiss The Rings Crew assemble to preview the Mountain West Conference Tournament.

#104 KTR: The Butler Did It!

After SDSU squandered a lead with seconds left in the game, Lamont Butler hit one of the greatest buzzer beater shots in SDSU Aztecs Basketball history. Not only did his three pointer win the game against New Mexico, but it secured a share of the Mountain West regular season championship. The Kiss The Rings crew are back to discuss all of it and the more.

#103: How SDSU’s metrics line-up heading into Colorado State

The Aztecs host Colorado State and travel to New Mexico after narrowly defeating Fresno State last week. The final four games of the regular season are here and the guys discuss just how the metrics align for SDSU’s post season performance moving forward.