Bracket projection: New Mexico St.
The Aggies' poor free throw shooting could be their downfall
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The Aggies finished three games behind Nevada, but were the most feared team in the WAC all season. They are a fun, up-tempo team with experience and momentum. NMSU won 10 of 11 games down the stretch and steamrolled through the WAC tournament. A win over Indiana would be anything but a surprise.
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