San Diego State vs. Nicholls Online Live Stream, Watch Here

Everything you need to know about the San Diego State vs. Nicholls online live stream, as well as game notes.

The San Diego State Aztecs will welcome the Nicholls Colonels to The Mesa on Thursday night for a non-conference matchup.

The Aztecs (6-4) have gotten off to a rocky start to the 2015-16 season, but hopefully have righted the ship after beating Biola, 73-53, on Monday. The Eagles kept pace for the game’s first 11 minutes, but San Diego State went on a 9-0 run to create some separation and headed into the half up 45-28. The Aztecs took their foot of the pedal a bit in the second half and cruised to a 20-point victory. Zylan Cheatham had a career-high 16 points and Jeremy Hensley matched with 16 of his own to lead San Diego State. Looking ahead on the Aztecs schedule, they have a matchup with Grand Canyon on Dec. 18 before hosting the mighty Kansas Jayhawks on Dec. 22.

The Colonels (3-3) have also had trouble finding consistency in the early going, but look to have figured it out winning two straight games. Their latest victory came on Saturday when they knocked off the Loyola (LA) Wolf Pack, 89-74. Nicholls got a 22-point performance from Ja’Dante Frye and another 19 points from T.J. Carpenter as the Colonels extended their winning streak over the Wolf Pack that dates back to 1970. Thursday’s game vs. San Diego State starts a four-game road trip for Nicholls, which includes meetings with North Texas, SMU and Colorado.

The Aztecs and Colonels will square off for the first time Thursday. San Diego State will face a Southland Conference member for the first time since 2013, a conference they hold a 5-2 record against.

Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the San Diego State vs. Nicholls online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

San Diego State vs. Nicholls Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

Game Notes

  • San Diego State possesses one of the premier defenses in the country. The Aztecs rank fifth nationally in blocked shots, 14th in rebounds, 22nd in field goal percentage defense and 26th in scoring defense.
  • Nicholls is averaging 74.7 points per game this season, while shooting 41.6% from the floor and 29.9% from three-point range.
  • SDSU, which dropped a 53-48 decision to cross-town foe San Diego on Sunday at Petco Park, won for the 23rd straight time in the game following a loss. The streak is the longest in the nation.