Aztecs off to best start since Kawhi Leonard’s Sweet 16 team

BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer SAN DIEGO (AP) — Brian Dutcher's San Diego State Aztecs might be on their way to another special season. The Aztecs are 8-0 heading into Mountain West Conference play, their best start since Kawhi Leonard led them to a 20-0 start and a 34-3 record in 2010-11, when they made their first appearance in the Sweet 16. Dutcher and the Aztecs — led by transfers Malachi Flynn, Yanni Wetzell and KJ Feagin — say it's far too soon to make any comparisons with that team, which was the highlight of the Steve Fisher Era. "If we get to 20-0 then we can compare them," said Dutcher, who was a long-time assistant to Fisher and is now in his third season as head coach. "That team started 20-0, which was unbelievable and was ranked in the Top 5. We've got a long ways
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