Here are several things that the Aggies could accomplish this weekend with road games at San Jose State and Utah State.
With a road sweep this weekend, NMSU would run its win streak to 13, matching the 13-game win streak in 2006-07.
That would of course include a victory at Utah State, which would be the Aggies fourth straight win over Utah State and their second straight win AT Utah State. NMSU beat UTah State in Logan last year for the first time since 2006, which was also the last time the Aggies swept Utah State in the series. Four games is the longest streak in the series since Utah State won three times in 2000 and again in 2003. NMSU last won four straight against Utah State in 1993-94.
School and individual records could fall this weekend in the blocked shots category. NMSU is 10 blocks shy of the school record for blocked shots in a season. The 1994-95 team had 141 blocked shots. On a personal note, freshman center Sim Bhullar needs just one block to tie James Moore's freshman record of 52 blocks as a NMSU freshman in 2000-01.