Wyoming 13 38 51
Sandiegost 37 42 79
Date of game: 2/19/2013

Recap: San Diego St vs. Wyoming

San Diego, CA (Sports Network) - Jamaal Franklin scored 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds as the San Diego State Aztecs crushed the visiting Wyoming Cowboys, 79-51, in a Mountain West Conference battle at Viejas Arena.

Also having an impact for the Aztecs (19-7, 7-5 MWC) was Dwayne Polee II who made good on 6-of-8 shots from the floor as he finished with 16 points and five rebounds in just 18 minutes off the bench as the team snapped a two-game slide. Winston Shepard added 12 points and JJ O'Brien 10 for the hosts.

The Cowboys (18-8, 4-8) were paced by Derrious Gilmore who tallied 15 points, while Matt Sellers contributed 10 in only nine minutes in a reserve role.

SDSU trailed by a point at 7-6, but then put on a 15-0 scoring run to assume control. The Aztecs ended up shooting a staggering 68.2 percent from the floor in the first half, en route to a 37-13 advantage at the break.

In the second half the hosts again shot 68.2 percent from the field as the Aztecs cruised to the 28-point win.

San Diego State turned the ball over 16 times on the night, but easily made up for those miscues by holding a 35-16 rebounding advantage and limiting the visitors to just 4-of-16 beyond the arc.

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