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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Viejas Arena
Viejas Arena, located on the San Diego State University (SDSU) campus in San Diego, California, is the home of the San Diego State Aztecs men's and women's basketball teams. Viejas Arena opened its doors to the campus and community in July of 1997 and seats 12,414 for basketball and up to 12,845 for concerts. The facility also hosts SDSU's commencement ceremonies. Previously, the Aztecs played at Peterson Gymnasium also on the SDSU campus. - Source: Wikipedia
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.
It took a 1-3-1 zone defense, of all things, for No. 10 San Diego State to complete a remarkable comeback against No. 21 New Mexico that clinched the outright Mountain West Conference title.
Xavier Thames and the 10th-ranked San Diego State Aztecs will have home court advantage in raucous Viejas Arena.
For whatever reason, the Mountain West Conference schedule makers decided to have the top two teams, San Diego State and New Mexico, play each other twice in the final two weeks of the regular season.
With their next victory, the No. 5 San Diego State Aztecs will have their ninth straight 20-win season - and 10th overall - under coach Steve Fisher.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Boise State-San Diego State matchup at Viejas Arena somehow invites wild swings and crazy finishes.
One of the most-anticipated showdowns in this city's checkered sports history won't mean much if the No. 6 San Diego State Aztecs let Jimmer Fredette of the No. 7 BYU Cougars go off for 43 points again.