Aztecs could be undone at point

Kansas is the known PG question, but San Diego State faces similar issues

Updated: August 27, 2014, 1:45 PM ET
By John Gasaway | ESPN Insider

Winston ShepardAP Photo/Isaac BrekkenWinston Shepard, a 6-8 junior wing, is expected to have a much greater role in 2014-15.

The cliché says that winning in college basketball starts with the point guard, and in the aftermath of Shabazz Napier leading Connecticut to a national title, there certainly seems to be some truth to that.

In scanning the teams likely to populate the 2014-15 preseason top 25, however, there are two otherwise loaded rosters that give me pause at the point guard position. The first is Kansas, a team my colleague Myron Medcalf addresses today. But I'd contend that when it comes to being vulnerable due to that position alone, you could make a case that San Diego State is equally, if not more, vulnerable at the position.