San Diego State postgame notes.
Dec. 5, 2013
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No. 24/rv San Diego State-San Diego Postgame Notes
Final Score: No. 24/rv San Diego State 65, USD 64
Records: No. 24/rv San Diego State (6-1), USD (7-3)
Next Game: Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 | vs. Washington | Noon PT | CBS Sports Network
The Aztecs win their 36th straight game vs. schools from California. That is the second longest streak by any team against state in the country.
SDSU wins a series-record eighth in a row vs. USD and fourth straight at Jenny Craig Pavilion.
The Aztecs won their 98th in a row when leading with five minutes to play.
San Diego State wins its sixth straight non-conference road game.
San Diego State has won 24 consecutive games against unranked teams in the month of the December.
SDSU improves to 6-1 for the third time in as many seasons.
The Aztecs win their fifth game in a row.
San Diego State has won at least five of its first six games to start a season for a school-record fourth consecutive season.
San Diego State improves to 26-1 in its last 27 December games and is now 30-2 in December since the start of the 2009-10 campaign.
San Diego State is 26-11 in its last 37 road games and is 29-6 in its last 35 road games against non-top 25 teams.
San Diego State is 64-14 lifetime when ranked in the top 25 of at least one of the two major Top 25 polls.
San Diego State is 61-8 lifetime as an AP Top-25 team when facing an unranked opponent.
The Aztecs are 4-0 lifetime when ranked 24th in the AP Top 25.
San Diego State wore black uniforms for the first time this season.
San Diego State improves to 28-17 all-time vs. the Toreros.
The Aztecs moves above the .500 mark vs. the Toreros in games played at USD (9-8).
San Diego is now 109-81 lifetime at Jenny Craig Pavilion. The Aztecs own a 5-2 record in the facility, and all other teams are 76-107 against San Diego in the building.
San Diego State has handed USD two of its last five non-conference home losses and three of its last 13 non-conference home losses.
San Diego State enjoyed a 29-2 advantage in second-chance points.
SDSU's bench outscored USD's 19-5.
The Aztecs outrebounded USD, 44-29, and has now won all six games this season when outrebounding their foe.
San Diego State pulled down 19 offensive rebounds and limited USD to six.
Josh Davis (10 points, 15 rebounds, 1 blocked shot, 2 steals)
Pulled down a season-high 15 rebounds, which was more than half of USD total of 29.
Grabbed five offensive boards, which was one short of USD's team total of six.
Posted his second double-double of the season and 33rd of his career.
Grabbed at least 10 rebounds for the third time this season (42nd career).
Led the team in rebounding for the fifth time this season and SDSU is 5-0 in those games.
Scored in double figures for the third time this season (55th career).
Tied his season high with one blocked shot and two steals.
Xavier Thames (17 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal)
After scoring 17 points tonight, he is averaging 24.0 points.
Posted his fourth straight double-figure scoring effort of the year and sixth of the season (38th career).
Set a season high for assists with four.
Has made at least eight free-throws in his last three games after making 8-of-10 tonight. Last three games: 26-for-31 (.839).
Led the team in scoring for the fifth time this season (11th career).
Skylar Spencer (12 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocked shots, 1 steal)
Tied his career high with 12 points.
Matched his season high with six rebounds.
His six field goals eclipsed his career high of four, which was set twice last year.
Blocked multiple shots (2) for the fourth time this year.
Reached double figures in scoring for the first time this season (2nd career).
Dwayne Polee II (12 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist)
Came off the bench and posted his third double-figure scoring effort of the season (10th career).
Set a season high with one assist tonight.