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March Madness 2010:San Diego State, 11 Midwest Regional

March Madness 2010
San Diego State, #11 Midwest Regional

Record: 25-8
COACH: Steve Fisher (20-8 NCAA Tournament record)
Won Mountain West Tournament
Probable Starters:
F Kawhi Leonard, 6-7/215, Fr.
F Malcolm Thomas, 6-9/215, Jr.
F Billy White, 6-8/235, Jr.
G D.J. Gay, 6-9/187, Jr.
G Chase Tapley, 6-2/205, Fr.
Key Reserves:
C Brian Carlwell, 6-11/297, Jr.
G Kevlin Davis, 6-3/220, Sr.
G Tyrone Shelley, 6-6/225, Soph.
San Diego State March Madness 2010 profile: San Diego State is limited as a tournament team by their average at best guard play which never is a good recipe for the tournament. The team is led by the freshman Leonard who almost averaged a double double, they also get balanced scoring from 4 players which is great. San Diego State is a tough out with good coaching and balanced scoring, we will go ahead and pick them over Tennessee but we like Georgetown to much to have San Diego State beating the Hoyas.

3 comments:

  1. Nobody is giving Tennessee respect and everyone is picking S.D.S.U that is a very dangerous Combination for who ever Tennessee plays. They are angry with their seeding and the disrespect and will take it out on SDSU.

    Tennessee wins 76-65

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  2. You obviously haven't seen SDSU and have no idea how good they really are. They have a solid starting five that can all score and defend and have really started to gel as of late. The biggest knock on SDSU is lack of depth for a long tourney (only 8 play on a regular basis). Tennessee's team this year isn't as good as it's name/reputation and this is the best SDSU team I have ever seen.
    SDSU wins 68-63

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  3. The team is coached by Fisher and has balanced scoring not very hard at all to see how people can pick the upset over an inconsistent Tennessee.

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