BOISE, Idaho — The Boise State Broncos basketball team has been on a roll, BSU has moved into a tie for second in the Mountain West Conference winning six of their last seven.
However, the Broncos are preparing to to host San Diego State who has already clinched the Mountain West regular season championship.
“That’s crazy, that is an amazing accomplishment," said coach Leon Rice.
The Aztecs haven't lost a single game this season and they are ranked 4th in the nation.
"They just do everything right, one mistake can lead to Malachi hitting a three or the big fellow dunking it," said senior guard Marcus Dickinson.
Dickinson is one of five seniors who have never lost to San Diego State at home and the hype is real for this marquee matchup, Extra Mile Arena will be rocking on Sunday.
“I kind of feel like this is an NBA finals game," said Dickinson. "Everyone on campus is wishing us good luck, telling me how they are going to be at the game and they are going to be bringing friends which is awesome."
Tipoff is set for 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, the Aztects defeated the Broncos 83-65 in San Diego back in January.