New Voice of the Aggies

For two decades Al Lewis called basketball and football games for the Utah State Aggies. That contract came up and an agreement was not reached. Enter Scott Garrard. Who is this broadcaster you ask? He's known by many as Scotty G on The Zone Sports Network radio show. Many sports fanatics in Utah tune in … Continue reading New Voice of the Aggies

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Should Tukuafu be released?

There has been a lot of talk on Twitter on how the Aggies have "imprisoned" Joe Tukuafu by not allowing him to be released of his contract per NCAA rules. He will be required to abide by the one year transfer rule before he can play for BYU as planned. This doesn't sit well with … Continue reading Should Tukuafu be released?

Nakajima wins in doubles but USU loses to Wildcats

Andrew Nakajima and Jaime Barajas had an impressive win in their doubles match in the NCAA tournament, but the other purple clad Wildcats of Northwestern ousted the Aggies 4 matches to 2 at the Hellman Tennis Complex in Berkeley, California. Nakajima did his job by helping his doubles team win 6-2 over Chris Ephron and Michael … Continue reading Nakajima wins in doubles but USU loses to Wildcats

The Fast Track to Success

by Morgan Olsen Utah State men and women ran for records as they competed at the Ed Jacoby Invitational in Nampa, Idaho this weekend. “It was a great start to the season,” said USU track-and-field head coach Gregg Gensel in a press release. “We saw improvements with our veterans over how they started at this … Continue reading The Fast Track to Success

The Snowball Effect

Wikipedia states, "Metaphorically, a snowball effect is a process that starts from an initial state of small significance and builds upon itself." The Utah State Aggies certainly hope their first conference win snowballs into a stellar season. While over a foot of snow blanketed Cache Valley, the USU men's basketball team blanketed the New Mexico … Continue reading The Snowball Effect