Feb. 3, 2001
By ROBERT W. BLACK
Associated Press Writer
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Wyoming used a dominating inside game and placed sixplayers in double figures, led by Marcus Bailey's 18 points, to beat San DiegoState 101-66 Saturday.
Wyoming (15-4, 6-1 Mountain West) used a 23-2 run to post its sixth straightvictory, 13th in a row at home and eighth straight home conference win.
Uche Nsonwu-Amadi had 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Josh Davis scored 13and Chris McMillian 11 for the Cowboys. Ronell Mingo and Brett McFall added 10each for Wyoming, which outscored San Diego State 42-18 in the lane.
Myron Epps scored 16 to lead San Diego State (11-8, 1-5), which has lostfive of six. Al Faux added 15, while Karlo Kovacic had 13 and Marcelo Correa 10for the Aztecs.
Wyoming dominated the boards, finishing with 53 rebounds to 26 for San DiegoState and the Cowboys shot 70 percent in the second half.
San Diego State never led but tied the game at 29 with 5:27 remaining in thefirst half on two free throws by Chris Walton.
The Cowboys then outscored the Aztecs 14-0 before intermission and 9-2 tostart the second half to take a 52-31 lead.
McFall had seven points, three steals and a rebound during a 19-3 surge thatleft the Cowboys up 76-44 with 8:10 left.