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It's rather fitting that the timing of the "Fab-Five" documentary which current SDSU head coach Steve Fisher led back in his Michigan days came out just before the tournament began.
Fisher, who's been coaching at SDSU since 1999 has until this past week, failed to get his team over the NCAA tournament hump: Sealing a March Madness victory.
Now that SDSU has not only won one game in this years tournament but they've won two, the appreciation for possession by possession elimination basketball is not so foreign to this unpredictable athletic squad.
Led by sophomore Kawhi Leonard, the Aztecs were able to survive a double overtime scare against the Temple Owls this past Saturday. With the supporting cast around Leonard being a possibly NBA bound forward in Malcolm Thomas, versatile point guard in D.J. Gay, and timely spark-plug in Billy White, this SDSU team just may be the next big thing.
They'll face their biggest challenge yet at the Honda Center against the Huskies on Thursday. For all you SDSU fans out there, "I, I believe, I believe that, I believe that we, I believe that we will win, I believe that we will win, I believe that we will win"!