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Upset Alert: College Basketball's Last Undefeated Team Down Big At Half

San Diego State cheerleaders performing during a basketball game.

WICHITA, KS - MARCH 15: San Diego State Aztecs cheerleaders perform during the second half of the first round of the 2018 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament game between the Houston Cougars and the San Diego State Aztecs at INTRUST Arena on March 15, 2018 in Wichita, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

San Diego State is college basketball's last remaining undefeated team this season. But the Aztecs' perfect record is in major jeopardy.

SDSU is currently trailing UNLV 37-25 at the half. Given the Aztecs on playing on their home-court, this would truly be a stunning upset. But there's plenty of time remaining for a comeback in the second half.

The Aztecs are currently projected as a No. 1 seed, according to Bracketology expert Joe Lunardi. San Diego State's made light-work of its regular season schedule thus far, going a perfect 26-0 and annihilating conference opponents along the way. But the 14-14 Rebels are posing a major challenge tonight.

UNLV is shooting light-out from the court, draining 15-of-26 shots in the first-half. Meanwhile, San Diego State is shooting just 33 percent overall and a miserable 2-for-12 from three-point range. Here's a look at the first-half stats, courtesy of

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If San Diego State loses this game, it'll be interesting to see how it impacts the Aztecs' NCAA Tournament seeding. SDSU is currently a projected No. 1 seed, primarily due to its undefeated record.

But a stunning loss to an average opponent, like UNLV, could cost the Aztecs the highest seed-line.

You can catch the second-half of UNLV-SDSU on CBS Sports.