Aztecs survive scare from Wyoming in Mountain West Tournament opener

LAS VEGAS — Not exactly what the 19th-ranked team in Division I basketball had in mind. San Diego State is probably fortunate to be headed to the Mountain West Tournament semifinals Friday after surviving its worst performance of the season — of two seasons, really — with a 69-66 quarterfinals victory Thursday afternoon against a Wyoming team it beat by, ahem, 30 and 27 points in late January. Now the Aztecs get the winner between fourth-seeded Boise State and fifth-seeded Nevada. Before then, they’ll need to rediscover the mojo that got them this far. The bad: They looked frustrated and flust…

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