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NMSU Forces Overtime With Long-Range Three After SDSU Turnover

A wild night of overtimes got longer after New Mexico State scored five points in the final 15 seconds to force overtime against San Diego State.

After Renaldo Dixon's layup to cut the Aztecs lead to three, SDSU couldn't handle its own inbound pass—giving the Aggies a last shot at tying the game. After Kevin Aronis missed the first attempt, Daniel Mullings grabbed the offensive board and dished it back to him for a very, very long-range score to tie the game. [TruTV]


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