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SAN DIEGO – Dwayne Polee II was the game's only player in double figures with 13 points and No. 16 San Diego State survived another awful shooting performance to win 51-27 Thursday night against Cal State Bakersfield, which missed its first 20 shots.
The 27 points by Bakersfield (0-4) were the lowest in Division I this season.
San Diego State (3-0) made just 14 of 57 shots, or 24.6 percent.
The victory came one day after SDSU coach Steve Fisher signed a three-year contract extension through the 2017-18 season.
Fisher joked then that he might appoint himself as shooting coach after the Aztecs made only 32.7 of their field goals in a 53-49 victory against No. 25 Utah on Tuesday.
Fisher will certainly have the Aztecs working on their shooting before they face BYU in the Maui Invitational on Monday.