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VIDEO: SDSU post game comments - MWC Semifinals


San Diego State players and coaches talk about their lost to top-seed New Mexico in the MWC Tournament.

No. 25 SDSU dominates No. 15/17 New Mexico 55-34


The No. 25 San Diego St. Aztecs got 12 points transfer J.J. O'Brien and 10 points from Jamaal Franklin and dominated the offensive and defensive boards to defeat the No. 15/17 New Mexico Lobos...

New Mexico guts out 79-74 OT win over Boise State


The nationally New Mexico Lobos outscored the host Boise St. Broncos in the final stretches of regulation time and overtime to escape Boise with a gutsy, hard-fought win, taking hold of first place...

Boise St. looks to shoot past New Mexico Wednesday


A share of first place in the Mountain West Conference is on the line Wednesday night when the nationally ranked New Mexico Lobos travel to Idaho to take on the Boise St. Broncos in Taco Bell Arena.

No. 25 New Mexico outlasts No. 24 UNLV 65-60


In a battle of nationally ranked teams, the New Mexico Lobos (No. 25 AP) outlasted the UNLV Runnin' Rebels (No. 24 AP) 65-60 in a grinding, defensive game at The Pit in Albuquerque, N.M.

VIDEO: No. 25 New Mexico vs. No. 24 UNLV postgame


Mountain West Connection has post game interview video following the New Mexico Lobos' 65-60 win over the UNLV Runnin' Rebels to open MWC play Wednesday at The Pit In Albuquerque, N.M.

VIDEO: No. 25 New Mexico weekly press conference


Lobo TV has coverage of the nationally-ranked New Mexico Lobos (No. 25 AP) weekly press conference, featuring head coach Steve Alford and players Alex Kirk and Cameron Bairstow leading up to the...

Rivals150 Updated: Ross Drops to #43


Same drill as the ESPN one: prospect rank, and up or down: #5 - Tobias Harris (up) #13 - Terrence Jones (up) #14 - CJ Leslie (up) #31 - Roscoe Smith (down) #43 - Terrence Ross (down) #45 - Justin Coleman (down) #53 - Mychal Parker (up) #56 - Damontre Harris (up) #99 - James Johnson (down) #109 - Alex Kirk (down) #122 - Terrell Stoglin (up) #146 - Jon Graham (down) We've already rehashed Terrence Ross' drop, but I still don't like it. Stoglin's fall also surprised me. Parker's rise was a bit unexpected, as well.

Maryland Minute 8.14.09 - Greivis Vasquez a Serious POY Candidate, More Basketball News


Not a lot of news in Terp-ville today (seriously, we're talking about basketball already), but don't be worried - there should be a ton of stuff coming out tomorrow on the first scrimmage. Andy...

MaxPreps' 2010 Basketball Top 100 Filled With Surprises


Ok, first, a disclaimer: MaxPreps is...well, I don't really know. They're not really a recruiting site, per se, so this isn't like Rivals or Scout or ESPN. Anyway, there were a couple of big time surprises. The first one, and the most important one, is Terrell Stoglin at #44. Obviously a huge bump from the previous 70s and 80s rankings he'd been getting, but MaxPreps has always loved him. Terrence Ross landed at 30, which to me is a little low, but he didn't play any AAU, which probably makes up for a good 10-15 spots. Other than that, Terrence Jones was at #12, which seems a little high, and Tobias Harris was at #21, which seems a little low. Roscoe Smith was at #26, but he only played in one AAU tournament, so he might suffer from TRoss syndrome. Mychal Parker was at 63, which was lower than I expected, Alex Kirk was at 74, and James Johnson was at 95.

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