BOISE -- The Boise State Men's Basketball team (15-7. 5-4) is set take on the No. 5 Aztecs of San Diego State University (19-1, 8-0) at 7:15 p.m. MST on Wednesday, February 5 at Taco Bell Arena.

For the Boise State basketball team, they don't come much bigger than Wednesday's home matchup against fifth ranked San Diego State.

The Aztecs have won 18 straight games, their last loss came back in mid-November to a very talented Arizona team. They are also coming off at 65-56 win against Colorado State, which gave head coach Steve Fisher his 300th win at SDSU.

The last time the Broncos and Aztecs met, Leon Rice's crew came out swinging, and had a chance to win at the last second, but Derrick Marks couldn't get the tough shot to fall.

With just nine games left in the regular season, the Broncos could use a signature win to help pad their resume going into March.

This will be only the third time in which a top-five team has visited Taco Bell Arena. The other two teams were Wyoming back on December 22, 1987 who were ranked No. 5, and back on December 30, 1999 Cincinnati who was No. 3 at the time also visited Taco Bell Arena.

The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network, which can be found on the following local channels.

  • CableOne -- 332 & 410 (HD)
  • Cox Cable -- 234 & 1234 (HD)
  • Direct TV -- 221
  • Dish Network -- 158

On the radio, it can be heard on 670 KBOI, as well as streamed live at


Tickets for Saturday's game start at $20 for adults, $18 for Seniors (62 and older) and $14 for Junior (ages 2 - High School).

Boise State Transportation and Parking Services will offer game day parking in the East Stadium lot and the Lincoln Avenue Garage for $5 per space. A shuttle will be provided from the Lincoln Ave. Garage, to shuttle fans to and from the game starting one hour prior to the game, and immediately following the end of the game.

The Broncos are 1-7 against the Aztecs, with their only win in the series being at Taco Bell Arena during final game of the 2012-2013 season. Boise State won 69-65 and it was a win that helped clinched the Bronco's birth into the NCAA Tournament.

Fans are encouraged to wear white to the game in support of Coaches vs. Cancer.

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