Aztecs could be undone at point
Kansas is the known PG question, but San Diego State faces similar issues
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.
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