USU football: Aggie QB Chuckie Keeton will be chucking the pigskin to these receivers this year

Published: Sunday, Aug. 25 2013 6:05 p.m. MDT

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The son of the former coach caught three passes in his first 21 games at USU. The long-haired Andersen (6-foot-2, 231), a Juan High School graduate, has acknowledged it was different not to hear his father shouting orders during spring ball but still calls him daily to update him about his play and that of his teammates in practices.

Pushing Andersen is converted linebacker Jefferson Court and sophomore Derek Keller, who saw time on special teams last year.
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Logan, UT

Tialavea will be a significant contributor.

Jojo is gonna knock people's socks off in the open field.

We better find a go-to guy to replace Austin. We'll get yards without him, but I can't tell you how many times Chuckie/Austin did the fade route in the endzone for a TD.

It's gonna be good!!! GO AGGIES!

Logan, Utah

Van Leeuwen needs to step up this year, he dropped a lot of passes in the spring game.

West Jordan, Utah

Chucking the ball on Utah's questionable corners and safeties. Look out.

Logan, UT

Van Leeuwen will be fine. He looked great in fall camp. TVL will be a great contributor.

We're gonna be just fine for regular yards and regular play. It's the go-to guy when the offense KNOWS you're throwing it to him that we need someone to step up and take that spot.

Wellsville, UT

Best wishes for a great season. Lets show everyone last year was no fluke.

Go Aggies!!!
Go Cougars!!!

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