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SANTEE (CBS 8) – The Aztecs are on their way to Spokane to get ready for Thursday's NCAA Tournament game against New Mexico State. Where will you be watching it?

In this CBS News 8 video story, Kelly Hessedal reports from Oggi's in Santee, where plenty of Aztec fans will be tuning in.

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