How Utah's 2012 football opponents fared: Week 7

Published: Monday, Oct. 15 2012 11:02 p.m. MDT

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Last week: Won at San Jose State, 49-27

The Utah State Aggie defense lived up to its reputation against the rush — they allowed only four yards on the ground and sacked SJSU QB David Fales 13 times. They did, however, allow 467 yards through the air — by far the most passing yards they've allowed this season. USU's offense, however, was nigh indefensible. USU QB Chuckie Keeton threw for 273 yards, threw 3 TDs (0 INTs), and rushed for a fourth TD. Kerwynn Williams scored 3 TDs rushing and tallied up 176 yards, averaging 11.7 per play. Perhaps the Aggie defense allowed so many passing yards because the offense scored so quickly and so often that the defense never got a chance to rest.

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Next up: Saturday, Oct. 20 at home vs. New Mexico State
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