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

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College football Week 4 Survival Guide

Featured Photo of Aggie Super Fan credited to Erica So your Utes are playing BYE U this week, the Cougars are playing an FCS team and the Aggies host Air Force. Pretty boring week right? Wrong! There are plenty of sports going on around the state and the nation to pay attention to. So sit … Continue reading College football Week 4 Survival Guide

Week 2 Recap: Is your team that good?

By: Daniel Olsen September 11, 2018 (Image by collegefootballnews.com) In week 1 the Utes beat Weber State easily, the Aggies nearly beat #11 ranked Michigan State and BYU beat the promising Arizona Wildcats. But how much does this really tell us about these teams? It might tell us a little bit but not a whole … Continue reading Week 2 Recap: Is your team that good?

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

The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

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 some after the Aggies surprised everyone and made … Continue reading The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

Naughty Year for Utah Sports

Santa tends to give the nice kids bikes and stocking stuffers while he gives the naughty ones lumps of coal. If he gave presents to sports teams in the Beehive State based on their performances this year though most would be receiving a lump of coal. Here is why: 1. No collegiate basketball team qualified … Continue reading Naughty Year for Utah Sports

2017 Beehive Bowl Projections

Two teams in the Beehive State have chances to go bowling in a few weeks when Bowl Selection Sunday rolls around. While nobody in the Beehive State will get a Sugar Bowl or Orange Bowl in their stockings, there will be plenty of opportunities for an attractive bowl location with a modest payout to their … Continue reading 2017 Beehive Bowl Projections

Utah’s Sports October in a minute

NBA: The Jazz get international in the preseason, welcoming Australia and Israel to the Beehive State with lopsided wins. Jazz regular season. The defense wins games but their offense loses some. And what about that dunk of the year by rookie Donovan Mitchell? College Football: The last time BYU lost 7 straight was in 1968 before … Continue reading Utah’s Sports October in a minute

October: The Golden Sports month

This is the month when all 4 major sports align in the collegiate and professional world. Next week you can watch the NFL on Sunday and Monday, the NBA tip-off week starting on Tuesday and continuing throughout the week, the college football weekend on Friday and Saturday, and the MLB playoffs and NHL.  It is … Continue reading October: The Golden Sports month