Aug. 10, 2012
SAN DIEGO -
SDSU will have 10 of its 16 games televised nationally starting with the second date of the conference season vs. Colorado State. The Saturday, Jan. 12, tilt will be aired live on NBC Sports Network. UNLV is next up for the Scarlet and Black as the Runnin' Rebels make their annual appearance at Viejas Arena on Wednesday, Jan. 16. That game is set for CBS Sports Network.
After playing two of their first three at home, the Aztecs hit the road for two straight when the schedule takes them to Wyoming and Nevada. SDSU and UW will hit the Arena-Auditorium hardwood on Saturday, Jan. 19, before San Diego State visits Nevada on Wednesday, Jan. 23, in a game televised by CBS Sports Network.
SDSU and New Mexico, the 2012 regular-season co-champions, tangle for the first time since the 2012 conference tournament title game on Saturday, Jan. 26. The two will clash on NBC Sports Network.
The Aztecs will close the first half of the conference slate at Air Force (Saturday, Feb. 2) and vs. Boise State (Wednesday, Feb. 6) inside Viejas Arena.
San Diego State will open the back half of the league schedule with three nationally televised games. SDSU will play host to Fresno State on Saturday, Feb. 9, in a game aired by CBS Sports Network. The network will then follow the Aztecs to Fort Collins as San Diego State looks to avenge last season's loss to Colorado State at Moby Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Three days later, the Scarlet and Black will appear on NBC Sports Network when it travels to UNLV (Saturday, Feb. 16).
A midweek home game vs. Wyoming (Wednesday, Feb. 20) is next up before San Diego State returns to the NBC Sports Network airwaves when it welcomes Nevada to Montezuma Mesa on Saturday, Feb. 23.
The Aztecs will look to make it three straight wins over New Mexico inside The Pit on Wednesday, Feb. 27 (CBS Sports Network) before returning home to play host to Air Force on Senior Day (Wednesday, March 6).
SDSU closes the regular season on Saturday, March 9, when it travels to Boise State in a game televised by NBC Sports Network.
The Aztecs, who finished the 2011-12 campaign with a 26-8 record, are coming off their fourth straight season with at least 25 victories and their third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. In each of the last seven years, the back-to-back Mountain West regular-season co-champions have won 20 or more games and have advanced to the postseason.
In 2012-13, San Diego State is slated to return four of its five starters and its top four scorers from last season. The Aztecs are also slated to welcome three Division I transfers and a heralded recruiting class that was ranked No. 24 nationally by Rivals.com.