Spectrum Magic: Top five moments of USU home basketball

Published: Saturday, Oct. 27 2012 12:08 p.m. MDT

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Utah State and Nevada were both unbeaten this year in WAC play, and both teams had very few losses. This matchup gave USU a leg up against the Wolfpack for the regular season conference championship, a lead they never relinquished.

USU and UNR basically traded buckets for the first half and most of the second. With the score tied, Stavon Williams basically took over the game. He hit three straight shots--two from deep. The run, combined with a Brady Jardine block on current Portland Trail Blazer Luke Babbitt, caused the Spectrum to shake with noise.

"I got dizzy, man. It got so loud I forgot where I was at," Williams said after the game.

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Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

When the Spectrum is rocking it is the most entertaining sports venue in the state, unless of course you are for the opposing team.

Cedar City, Utah

Entertaining isn't the word Blue. I can think of many other words but entertaining isn't one of them.

Logan, UT

A more appropriate title might be top five moments in recent history of USU home basketball. Good to remember good wins all the same. Go Aggies

Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

Why did the fire sprinkler/Jerry Tarkanian incident not make the list? BTW, anyone got any video of that?

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