Aggies and Wildcats Exceed Expectations, Utes and Cougars meeting them

I was higher on the Aggies than the Mountain West was in the preseason polls but I'm very surprised at the level at which they are dominating and the respect they are receiving at a national level. The preseason rankings picked the Aggies to be tied with Air Force for 4th in the Mountain Division. … Continue reading Aggies and Wildcats Exceed Expectations, Utes and Cougars meeting them

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Along Came a Spider

(Picture courtesy of USU twitter page) Donovan Mitchell is nothing short of a statewide celebrity. Dunk champ, several Rookie of The Year awards (who cares about the media, the ESPYS and players got it right), and leading his team to the second round of the Western Conference playoffs. Mitchell almost shut down a mall with … Continue reading Along Came a Spider

USU 2018 Football Preview

Utah State hasn't finished with a winning record since 2014 but aside from the Mountain West Media, many among the Aggie faithful believe the blue and white have a great chance to have a special season. Outside of Boise State no team looks invincible in the Mountain West but even the Broncos have beaten beaten … Continue reading USU 2018 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

The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

by Daniel Olsen (Image via Fox 13 News) Tim Duryea was fired after his third season as the men's head basketball coach for Utah State University. He compiled a losing record of 47-49 over that span. He failed to record any winning record in regular season conference play. This might come as a shock to … Continue reading The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

Aggie Basketball improves this week

Last week ball was certainly not life in Logan. The men's team lost at home to the BYU Cougars to fall below a .500 winning percentage. The women only had one win. However, this week the women had a big rivalry win and the Aggie men recovered with a win of their own. Utah State … Continue reading Aggie Basketball improves this week

Previewing College Basketball in Utah

Last year the Beehive State sent as many teams to the Big Dance as the Jazz have championships. This talent rich state isn’t used to settling for the NIT and CBI but that is exactly what they had to do last year. This year the state looks to send many teams like they have most … Continue reading Previewing College Basketball in Utah

Historically Bad

In honor of one of BYU’s worst losing streaks in program history, here is a list of the five worst seasons of any team in the state of Utah: 1. 2006 USU football season: The Brent Guy era was in the middle of the Dark Ages of USU football. The local hero Riley Nelson made … Continue reading Historically Bad

Aggies Stripe the Mav and unstripe the Bengals 

Maverik Stadium was once again striped with Aggie Blue and Fighting white. Last year's #StripeTheMav campaign was recorded as the first college football game to ever go live on Twitter. USU defeated Weber State 45 to 6 in a home opener that also had one of the biggest 360 degree gigapixel photos ever taken at … Continue reading Aggies Stripe the Mav and unstripe the Bengals