Utah State basketball: Wyoming seniors impressed with Spectrum crowd

By By Mike Vorel Star-tribune Staff Writer

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Published: Thursday, March 6 2014 8:48 a.m. MST

After the game, Wyoming senior guard Nathan Sobey had nothing but good things to say about the rowdy home crowd inside the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum on Wednesday.

A group of 9,909 Utah State fans were consistently enthusiastic throughout the back-and-forth affair.

“For me, it’s my last away game in the regular season. Personally, what better way to end it than in a great atmosphere like that?" Sobey said. "I really can’t complain.”

Senior Night

Wednesday's game was Senior Night for Utah State, and five seniors — Spencer Butterfield, Sean Harris, Jarred Shaw, Preston Medlin and TeNale Roland — were honored.

Shaw finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Butterfield added 12 points, Roland had 10, Medlin had seven and Harris scored four.

And though he doesn't log many minutes, the student section showed support of Harris — and his bright red flat-top.

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