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San Diego State tied it at 48 on a 3 by Thames with 8:57 left, but Utah State went back in front with a pair of quick baskets. The Aggies tk a 52-48 lead when Marcel Davis stole the ball and fed Mre with 7:47 remaining. The Aztecs went 5 1/2 minutes without a field goal down the stretch before Josh Davis tied it at 52 on a jumper with 3:27 left. Davis finally put San Diego State back in front when he scored again to make it 55-54 with 1:50 left. San Diego State appeared to be in gd position to escape with a close win in regulation after Thames made two free throws with 16.1 seconds left. Butterfield changed that with his 3 from the right wing thatt tied it at 57.dddddddddddd After a timeout, Thames corralled a long pass at the other end but missed a tough jumper at the buzzer. San Diego State struggled to overcome pr shting early. The Aztecs missed 10 of their first 12 shots from the field and shot just 33 per cent (10 of 30) before halftime. Utah State had a difficult time taking advantage. The Aztecs used a smothering defence to pressure USU into turnovers. SDSU forced seven Aggies turnovers before halftime and five of those came on steals. San Diego State also dominated the glass, holding a 10-5 edge in offensive rebounds during the first half. The Aztecs made the most of it, outscoring Utah State 13-6 in second-chance points. All that helped SDSU create a little breathing rm before halftime. The teams traded baskets for most of the half and the Aggies tk a 15-14 lead on Ben Cliffords jumper with 91 left. San Diego State responded by going on a 10-1 run over the next 6 minutes to take a 24-16 lead. Winston Shepard hit a jumper and Josh Davis drove in for a layup on back-to-back possessions to cap the spurt with 3:42 remaining before halftime. Utah State started mounting a rally toward the end of the half. Butterfield scored with 59 seconds left to trim SDSUs lead to 28-24 going into the locker rm. In the second half, Preston Medlin and Butterfield made 3s on consecutive possessions to help Utah State tie it at 32. The Aggies scored baskets on three straight possessions and tk a 42-40 lead with 12:55 left on consecutive 3-pointers from Medlin. ' ' '