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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Matt Shrigley
With 12:05 to go, No. 21 New Mexico was leading No. 10 San Diego State by 16 points and appeared to have all but claimed another Mountain West Conference championship.
With Utah State out of the way, the No. 6 San Diego State Aztecs can concentrate on their big showdown Saturday night at New Mexico.
The Utah State Aggies came close to season lows in points scored and field-goal percentage.
"I think I played well. I just wanted to go out and compete like our coaches always say, and play hard. ' Shrigley said.
Thames was one of four Aztecs scoring in double figures, as Matt Shrigley added 14 and Winston Shepard and Dwayne Polee II each had 13.