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March 19, 2011
Who: No. 7 Temple vs. No. 2 San Diego State What: NCAA Third Round (West Region), McKale Center, Tucson, Ariz. When: 6:10 p.m. TV/Radio: TNT/WPHT (1210-AM) History: San Diego State won the only meeting, 75-64, on Dec. 30, 1981, in the Carbillo Classic at the San Diego Sports Arena. How they got here: Temple (at large from Atlantic 10) beat Penn State, 66-64, in second round. San Diego State (Mountain West champion) beat Northern Colorado, 68-50, in second round.
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December 24, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
CHASE TAPLEY thinks Indiana State gave No. 18 San Diego State its toughest test of the season. Now he hopes it pushes the Aztecs forward as they look toward Mountain West play and a possible NCAA Tournament berth. "We need games like that for later on," said Tapley, who scored 13 points as the Aztecs (11-1) beat Indiana State, 62-55, despite poor free-throw and three-point shooting. "It gives us good experience. " Jamaal Franklin had 19 points and 15 rebounds to lead San Diego State to the finals of the Diamond Head Classic tournament, set for Tuesday.
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August 15, 2013
Penn State will play San Diego State in football for the first time ever in 2015, the third nonconference opponent that has been scheduled for that season by the Nittany Lions. The game is set for Sept. 26 at Beaver Stadium. Penn State still has one more nonconference game left to be scheduled for 2015. It also will play Temple and Buffalo. San Diego State finished 9-4 last season and earned a share of the Mountain West Conference title with a 7-1 mark. The Aztecs lost to Brigham Young in the Poinsettia Bowl, their third consecutive postseason berth.
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March 18, 2011 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
TUCSON, Ariz. - Brian Carlwell is far from one of San Diego State's most dangerous players. The 6-foot-11, 300-pound senior saw just 10 minutes of action in the Aztecs' 68-50 thumping of Northern Colorado on Thursday in their NCAA West Regional game at the McKale Center. But the reserve center made folks aware that his team will be prepared for Saturday's third-round matchup against seventh-seeded Temple (26-7). "We will start watching film tonight and get ready to play," Carlwell said.
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March 19, 2011 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
TUCSON, Ariz. - Scootie Randall could play increased minutes against San Diego State. Temple's 6-foot-6 swingman was limited to six minutes in a reserve role as the seventh-seeded Owls (26-7) defeated No. 10 Penn State in Thursday's NCAA tournament second-rounder. It was the first game back for the Atlantic Ten's most improved player since he suffered a hairline fracture in his right foot on Feb. 17. Randall will also come off the bench in Saturday's West Regional third-round contest against second-seed San Diego State (33-2)
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March 19, 2011
TUCSON, Ariz. - Most people following the NCAA Tournament on television have seen the shot a dozen times if they have seen it once; it is more ubiquitous than Barkley. While Juan Fernandez said he is trying to avoid it, he still has seen it three or four times. Just inside the three-point line, desperate, leaning, knifing into an open space, 18 feet or so, less than a second to play, good. It is the shot that lifted Temple to a first-round NCAA Tournament victory over Penn State, the shot that will define this season for the Owls in many memories.
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March 14, 2011
The seeds: 1. Duke 2. San Diego State 3. Connecticut 4. Texas 5. Arizona 6. Cincinnati 7. Temple 8. Michigan 9. Tennessee 10. Penn State 11. Missouri 12. Memphis 13. Oakland 14. Bucknell 15. Northern Colorado 16. Hampton My pick to win it: San Diego State. Dark horse: Michigan. John Beilein's young team has played really well down the stretch, going from nowhere to an 8 seed in several weeks. The young guard line of Darius Morris and Tim Hardaway is terrific.
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March 18, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
San Diego State's players chased Devon Beitzel around screens, got hands in his face, challenged his shots. Nothing seemed to work, just like in two regular-season games against BYU's Jimmer Fredette. But, just like they did against the real Jimmer, the Aztecs eventually figured out a way to shut down Little Jimmer and finally win an NCAA Tournament game. Second-seeded San Diego State tightened its defense after a second-half scoring flurry by Beitzel and advanced in the NCAA Tournament for the first time by beating Northern Colorado, 68-50, in the West regional yesterday, in Tucson.
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March 19, 2011 | By DICK JERARDI, jerardd@phillynews.com
TUCSON, Ariz. - Matt Langel started watching San Diego State tapes not long after the NCAA Tournament brackets were revealed Sunday evening. If Temple beat Penn State, Langel, one of Fran Dunphy's assistants, wanted to get a head start on a possible third-round matchup. The matchup is now real and will be played tonight (6:10) at McKale Center. The winner will move on to the Sweet 16 next week. Langel watched more tapes Thursday night. So did Dunphy and the rest of the staff. "They've played 35 games and they've won 33 times," Langel said.
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March 18, 2015 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
THE DEVELOPMENT of Steve Vasturia took another step over the weekend when he helped Notre Dame win its first ACC Tournament championship. They were doing the jig all over Tobacco Road after the Irish beat Duke and North Carolina on consecutive nights. Vasturia, a sophomore from St. Joseph's Prep, performed well enough that he became the first city leagues player to be named to the ACC's all-tournament team since Duke's Gerald Henderson (Episcopal) in 2009. Jerian Grant is Notre Dame's best player, but Vasturia is a solid contributor with a wonderful basketball IQ. "He's a special kid. He sees a pass ahead [of the play]
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February 27, 2015
Penn State on Wednesday released its single-game ticket prices for its seven home football games this season at Beaver Stadium. Ticket prices range from $40 to $140 for the Nittany Lions' three home nonconference games, against Buffalo (Sept. 12), San Diego State (Sept. 26), and Army (Oct. 3). The most expensive tickets will be for the home games against Rutgers (Sept. 19) and Michigan (Nov. 21). Tickets will cost $100 to $200. Prices for the Indiana game Oct. 10 will be $80 to $150.
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September 21, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Al Bagnoli has led a charmed life. But as the second-winningest coach (146 games) in Ivy history embarks on his 23d and final season as Penn's football coach Saturday with a game at Jacksonville - three weeks after the Dolphins began the season - he has has a bone to pick. League rules mandate that Ivy schools just play 10 games, meaning Ivy teams always begin the season two and sometimes three weeks after their opponents have played their first game. "It's a problem that we start so late," Bagnoli said.
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March 26, 2014 | From Staff and Wire Reports
In the grand Gonzaga vision, Arizona would have gotten such a game from the Zags in their round-of-32 game in San Diego on Sunday night that perhaps they'd feel a little fear about a face-losing defeat as a No. 1 seed. Fear? The Zags mostly saw only fastbreaks, buzzing past them. And relentless defense. The top-seeded Wildcats ran the eighth-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs out of Viejas Arena, winning, 84-61, to advance to the NCAA regional semifinals up the freeway in Anaheim. "We love playing defense," freshman forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson said.
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March 19, 2014 | By Dick Jerardi, Daily News Staff Writer
I DID NOT think Kentucky could lose in 2012. I did not think Louisville could lose in 2013. My eyes told me both would win the championship. This year is more challenging so I did this more analytically. I like teams that win with offense and defense, preferably in concert. So, even on a bad shooting day for them or a hot shooting day from an opponent, they can still win. Click here to see Dick Jerardi's picks for this year's NCAA tournament. My test for a potential national champion is that a team must be top 20 in offensive and defensive efficiency.
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February 17, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Rakeem Christmas (Academy of the New Church) had a key steal to set up C.J. Fair's winning layup with 6.7 seconds left, helping top-ranked Syracuse edge visiting North Carolina State, 56-55, on Saturday night. Christmas had 14 points, and 12 rebounds as the Orange (25-0, 12-0 ACC) earned their 10th single-digit win despite shooting 35.2 percent. T.J. Warren scored 23 for the Wolfpack (16-9, 6-6). The start of the game was pushed back four hours because of a snowstorm. N.C. State did not land in Syracuse until Saturday afternoon.
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February 12, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Remi Dibo scored a career-high 20 points to lead host West Virginia to a 102-77 victory over No. 11 Iowa State on Monday night in the Cyclones' most lopsided loss of the season. Juwan Staten added 19 points for the Mountaineers (15-10, 7-5 Big 12). The Cyclones (18-5, 6-5) trailed by as many as 32. Cabrini 103, Cairn 96 - In Langhorne, the Cavaliers' high-powered offense was on display in a shootout with the Highlanders (2-20 2-13 Colonial States). Junior Vinny Walls (Camden)
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January 7, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
The Penn women's team may have hit the court at the Palestra just 12 hours after getting home from Florida, but they showed no sign of fatigue on Sunday afternoon, leading from the start in a 79-49 demolition of Norfolk State to notch their seventh straight win. After a dramatic, 67-66 win over Miami on New Year's Day, the Quakers were stranded in South Florida by bad weather in the Northeast. The team finally had to take a bus to Fort Myers, Fla., then fly into Atlantic City and take another bus to West Philadelphia - arriving early Sunday morning, nearly two days after their scheduled return.
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August 15, 2013
Penn State will play San Diego State in football for the first time ever in 2015, the third nonconference opponent that has been scheduled for that season by the Nittany Lions. The game is set for Sept. 26 at Beaver Stadium. Penn State still has one more nonconference game left to be scheduled for 2015. It also will play Temple and Buffalo. San Diego State finished 9-4 last season and earned a share of the Mountain West Conference title with a 7-1 mark. The Aztecs lost to Brigham Young in the Poinsettia Bowl, their third consecutive postseason berth.
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