Four of the greatest men's basketball seasons SDSU compiled during the Division II era are highlighted on this week's Jackrabbit Insider.
The Jacks won the 1963 national championship on Sid Bostic's buzzer beater. Hear from Bostic and other members of that squad and see one of the most famous shots in program history.
Men's basketball also played for the national title in 1985 behind all-American Mark Tetzlaff. Relive one of the most memorable seasons State has ever compiled.
Twice during the 1990s SDSU advanced to the Elite Eight. Chris White led the Jacks there in 1992, while Jason Sempsrott was the figurehead in 1997. Scott Nagy was an assistant during that '92 campaign before serving as head coach for the '97 season.
In addition, we remember longtime athletic director Stan Marshall as this week's Jackrabbit Legend.
The show, which is hosted by Tyler Merriam and is produced in conjuction with Yeager Media Center, can be seen several times throughout the week:
• MyUTV (cable channel 10, channel 11.2 over the air) — 10:30 p.m. Sunday
• KELOLAND TV - 11 p.m. CT/10 p.m. MT Sunday
• SDSU Channel 2 — every weekday at 11:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
The show will also be available free Monday morning on-demand here at GoJacks.com.