MOSCOW, Idaho -- Sim Bhullar and K.C. Ross-Miller each scored 16 points and New Mexico State held off a second-half comeback by Idaho for a 71-70 victory on Saturday night.
New Mexico State (10-8, 4-2 Western Athletic) also got 14 points from Bandja Sy.
Idaho (6-9, 2-3) was down by 15 at halftime, but fell short at the end.
New Mexico State had a 15-2 scoring advantage off turnovers and an 8-6 scoring edge off the bench.
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