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

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College Football Week 2 Preview

The first week of college football was full of top plays, heartbreaks, close games, storm delays and just plain mania.  Let's look at what happened by the numbers.  By teams from the Beehive State, there were a total of: 6 interceptions thrown  6 rushing touchdowns 5 passing touchdowns 3 made field goals 2 fumbles lost … Continue reading College Football Week 2 Preview

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

March Gladness: An Aggie Cinderella Story

Once upon a time there was a basketball team from an agricultural campus in Northern Utah (the Aggies).  They wanted so badly to get into the NCAA tournament dance every year but they were in a poor region called the Western Athletic Conference who usually had only one army selected from that land.  Stew Morrill's … Continue reading March Gladness: An Aggie Cinderella Story

USU hosts MWC Title Track Meet

For the first time ever, Utah State University was able to host the Mountain West Conference championship for track and field. The tracksters and fielders were all out in bunches at the Ralph Maughan track stadium this weekend. Utah State finished third in the men's field and the Aggie women finished 8th in the deep … Continue reading USU hosts MWC Title Track Meet

Exclusive: USU men’s tennis coach James Wilson on all things Aggie tennis

For the third straight time, the Utah State Aggie men's tennis team emerged victorious over the BYU Cougars as they eeked out a narrow 4-3 victory on the Sports Academy Tennis Courts in Logan, UT Friday. "We had a good start in doubles, but I told our guys I knew BYU would be tough in … Continue reading Exclusive: USU men’s tennis coach James Wilson on all things Aggie tennis