Bryce Miller: Aztecs need consistent contributions from Darrion Trammell, Nathan Mensah if they want memorable March

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

LAS VEGAS — If the Aztecs expect to make an NCAA Tournament run to remember rather than another to forget, if they plan to prove that their unprecedented depth truly is built for the brightest of lights, they need more big and small. The big is Nathan Mensah, a 6-10 version of Yosemite’s El Capitan, a daring climb for ballhandlers and a rough fall if shot-hoisting fortunes go south. The small is Darrion Trammell, a score-first guard who averaged 18.7 points per game before transferring from Seattle University. Against Colorado State on Thursday in a Mountain West tournament quarterfinal at the…

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