Stay dialed in on everything Aztecs Basketball with former Aztec hooper Randy Holcomb and host Matt Skraby as they cover both the Men's and Women's team and give you in-depth analysis on both squads!
The Aztecs have won 8 straight and are right up there with the Mountain West Conference leaders. Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby talk about them moving up to #22 in the rankings and the must win games against Boise State to close out the season.
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby switch their focus this week to what the Aztecs have remaining, and where they currently sit in the postseason race. They talk about whether or not a tournament bid is theirs to lose and what they need to do to win the conference.
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby recapped the two wins over Air Force and talked about the change in the starting lineup that may have helped them get off to a quicker start.
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby tried to breakdown the 0-2 week at Utah State. They talked: Matt Mitchell's injury and what the outlook is How can Nathan Mensah become more consistent? Who needs to step up in Matt Mitchell's absence? Free throw issues on both side of the ball Why can't they win on national television? All of that and much, much more!…
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby were back talking Aztecs basketball after they took 2 from the Nevada Wolfpack. The guys talk about whether or not the close scores over Nevada should be of concern, what players we thought stepped up next week, and we preview the upcoming games at Utah State.
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby were back with an episode minutes after they learned the San Diego State Aztecs fell out of the top 25. They discussed the loss to BYU, how this should make them get better, how Matt Mitchell solidified himself as the leader, and Randy needs to see more from one Aztec player.…
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby had a lot of great things to talk about today after the Aztecs won convincingly over Arizona State last week. They started the show with the news of the 18th ranking the team received from the AP voters. The guys talk about the performances of Nathan Mensah, Jordan Schakel, and Matt Mitchell. They also talk about the g…
Randy Holcomb and Matt Skraby kick off their first episode together talking about the way the program is today because of Steve Fisher, and the tough road ahead to the Top 25. The guys ask if the Aztecs should already be ranked after finishing last season in the Top 10. They talk about the unique COVID schedule and how it may impact the strategy fo…
Kangsan jumps in to talk about how the teams dropping out of TBT and Makur Maker's commitment to Howard puts even more pressure on the NCAA.
Kangsan dives into a simple solution on how to grow the awareness of women's basketball. But, simple does not always mean easy.
Kangsan breaks it down and talks about how SDSU can change up the recruiting game, and why it'll be necessary to throw away what used to work in the past.
Kangsan catches up on the week in sports and the country and ties in how Zion Williamson, Oklahoma State, and Coach Cal all have in common.
Black lives matter.
Kangsan talks about the recent news of the SEC scheduling the reopening of facilities, ESPN's way-too-early rankings, and where Malachi stands in a recent mock draft. Tune in!
Kangsan dives into a news story regarding "Bridgegate" - what that is, how that could impact college basketball, and ends with a quick recap of his learnings from "The Last Dance".
Kangsan takes a look at the recent changes to the NET rating, what it all means, and how that impacts Aztecs basketball.
Kangsan explores the topic of whether or not college sports should return, what factors are involved for either side, and where he stands.
Kangsan ends this series with the dramatic run during the 2010 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. How did they end up playing another road game? What did it take to get to Memphis? How many WNBA players were on that team? Kangsan answers those, and more, in this episode. Check it out!
Kangsan takes a dive into the 2009-2010 Mountain West Conference tournament, its impact on the SDSU Women's basketball team, how they did, and how his teammate ended up with free gas.
Kangsan starts part 2 with how the rest of the regular season went for the Aztecs, discussing the environment at practice, and what the ladies did to help right the ship. He ends with a story about how he was able to get free haircuts for a year while watching one of the games! Tune in!
Kangsan begins part 1 of a series looking back at the start of the 2009-10 season for the women's team, and the challenges they faced immediately at the start of the season.
Why should you play basketball for SDSU?
Kangsan explores the question "Why can't SDSU recruit top talent?". Simple answer? Life is like a circle...
Kangsan dives in to all things Steve Fisher: what he did before SDSU, how he got to the Mesa, and why he's the most impactful coach in Aztec basketball history.
Kangsan shares his thoughts on the best Aztecs of all-time, including one you probably knew about, and one you probably didn't.
Kangsan looks back at 3 teams at 3 different decades to see which teams made the greatest impacts in school history.
Kangsan dives into his top 3 what-if's of this past season, and talks about what could've been an even more magical season for the Aztecs.
Kangsan introduces the incoming class for the men's and women's team, along with reasons for continued success at the Mesa.
Kangsan looks back at the freshman class, and what they could bring to their teams for the next 3 years.
Kangsan introduces the sophmore class from this year's teams, discussing their performance this season and where their basketball career can take them heading into year 3.
Kangsan takes a moment to recognize the juniors in this year's Aztecs teams, and what opportunities lie ahead of them next season.
Kangsan talks about the 7 seniors on the men's and women's team, their impact to the overall success, and just how proud he is of them. Stay tuned in!
Kangsan looks back at the impact that the coronavirus has had on the landscape of SDSU basketball, and how the news this past week has brought out a whirlwind of emotion.
We take a look back at the season thus far and discuss how we got here, including some great non-conference highlights. What does this 2-loss season mean heading into Selection Sunday?
Kangsan takes a look back at the up and downs of the conference tournament, and what that means to the Aztecs heading into March Madness.
On this episode, we take a look at the road ahead for the Aztecs in the Mountain West Conference Tournament, and how we can get to a 1-seed as we brace for March Madness.
Kangsan looks back at the tough OT loss for the Lady Aztecs that ends their season, while getting excited at the fire that has been reignited in the men's team.
Kangsan previews the last week of the regular season, and what's at stake for both teams!
Kangsan reviews the tough losses by both teams against UNLV and where they can look to improve before heading into the final week of the regular season.
A look ahead at the one-game week against UNLV, and what it means for both teams.
A look at the week against New Mexico and Boise State, & how it seems to fit the bill of what’s been going on all season for both the men’s & women’s side.
Kangsan explores the week ahead against New Mexico & Boise State. How can the women get back on track? How can the men continue their streak?
Kangsan reviews the short 1-game week against Air Force for both the men’s and women’s team, exploring what happened in each game and what both teams can work on.
We take a quick look ahead at SDSU’s sole game against Air Force.
We take a look back at the phenomenal, drama-filled week for the men’s and women’s team against New Mexico and Utah State. Great performances by Sophia Ramos, KJ Feagin, and Matt Mitchell! How does this change the landscape of Aztec basketball?
Kangsan reviews the week against Wyoming and UNLV. Did the women’s team look to bounce back? Wait, the men’s team are ranked 4th?! Also, Kangsan looks at the week ahead against New Mexico and Utah State.
Kangsan previews the week ahead against Wyoming and UNLV. What is at stake?