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Undefeated Aztecs set to retire Kawhi Leonard’s jersey

Undefeated and fourth-ranked San Diego State is set to honor the greatest player in program history when it hoists Kawhi Leonard’s No. 15 jersey into the rafters at Viejas Arena, high above Steve Fisher Court.

San Diego State’s Rocky Long retires, replaced by Brady Hoke

The Rocky Long-Brady Hoke circle is complete. Long announced his retirement Wednesday as San Diego State’s football coach after taking the Aztecs to nine straight bowl games. He was replaced by Hoke, the Aztecs’ defensive line coach.

Brian Dutcher’s No. 7 Aztecs once again San Diego’s hottest ticket

San Diego State basketball is back to being the hottest ticket in town. Viejas Arena is hopping again because the undefeated and seventh-ranked Aztecs are playing as well as they did during their two Sweet 16 seasons during the last decade, including the one led by Kawhi Leonard.

Gray’s last-second layup sends Houston past San Diego State

Rob Gray drove for a wind-milling layup that just trickled over the rim with 1.1 seconds left, and Trey Kell’s off-balance 3-pointer at the buzzer was no good, giving No. 6 seed Houston a 67-65 victory over 11th-seeded San Diego State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night.

Late touchdown, two-point gamble help Army beat San Diego State

Darnell Woolfolk scored on a 1-yard run with 18 seconds left, Kell Walker converted a go-ahead two-point conversion run and Army added a last-play defensive touchdown for a 42-35 victory over San Diego State on Saturday in the Armed Forces Bowl.

Analysis: Gonzaga’s offense sputters in 72-70 loss to San Diego State

Gonzaga’s defense kept giving the Zags a chance. Their offense kept failing to take advantage. By the time Gonzaga started finding the range in the closing minutes, it was essentially too late and an opportunity for a quality road win evaporated in front of a noisy sell-out audience of 12,414 Thursday at Viejas Arena.

Gonzaga’s road prowess will be tested by San Diego State

Among Gonzaga basketball’s numerous noteworthy feats, the Zags’ road work ranks high on the list. They’ve won 12 straight road games, longest in the nation. They went 9-0 last season – all in WCC games – to become the only team to post an unbeaten road record.