Four times sports unified the United States amid Civil Unrest

by Daniel OlsenThere have been many tragedies that have happened to our nation and the state of Utah has done its best to join in uniting for that purpose. Right now in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the riots following the murder of George Floyd, many people in the United States are missing … Continue reading Four times sports unified the United States amid Civil Unrest

The Council of Dan: to pay or not to pay College Athletes

Four regular fans named Dan team up to discuss sports and other important issues. Aggie Fan Dan, Cougar Fan Dan, Ute Fan Dan and Jazz Fan Dan have assembled to create an impenetrable force. It is time to summon....the Council of Dan! Should college athletes be paid? Aggie Fan Dan (@USUTheRightBlue): Yes but not astronomical … Continue reading The Council of Dan: to pay or not to pay College Athletes

Aggies vs Aztecs: Offense vs Defense

Utah State had one of the highest scoring offenses in the nation last year and looks pretty good this year. Last year, they avoided some good teams on the schedule. Replacing San Jose State, Hawaii and UNLV with Nevada, Fresno and San Diego State this year could make double digit wins a tough journey for … Continue reading Aggies vs Aztecs: Offense vs Defense

SOS Series: Utes Football Preview

Strength of schedule is completely speculative…… right? There is no way we can predict how hard the schedule will be based on predictions or even results. The truth is that unless someone can find a sports almanac from five years from now like Biff did in Back to the Future II, there won’t be any completely accurate … Continue reading SOS Series: Utes Football Preview

Utah State’s Undrafted

With the exception of BYU Cougar Fred Warner and Ute Kylie Fitts, nobody else in the Beehive State was drafted in the NFL Draft last week. However, that doesn't mean players can't make noise in minicamps or sign contracts as undrafted free agents. It's time to sing loud about the unsung heroes of college football … Continue reading Utah State’s Undrafted

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

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 Swarm

There are plenty of local teams to be excited about but occasionally there are things that make fans shake their heads. Nick Emery, Utah State basketball and Utah Jazz players getting demoted to the D-League are a few of these things. Now it's time to sting them in this weekly edition of The Swarm. BYU … Continue reading The Swarm