Doug Robinson: If close counted, the Utah State Aggies would be national champs

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 24 2013 1:29 p.m. MDT

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The Aggies tied the game 14-14 in the third quarter but the Trojans added a fourth-quarter field goal — their only score of the second half — to hold off the Aggies in front of 67,000 people in the Coliseum.
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Horrible Stumper
Hyrum, UT

Doug-Seriously are you trying to kill me here. This is like rubbing salt into a gigantic open wound. Believe me, the Aggies will one day win these games. Matt Wells is a good coach and will get us a couple of these in the near future.

Rational
Salt Lake City, UT

"But the Ags fumbled the punt and the Rams recovered the ball at the 15-yard line." Returner: Let it GO!

"The Badgers responded with an 82-yard punt return for a TD:"
Kicker: Kick it OB!

"The Aggies, who never led in the second half, had a chance to tie the game with 7:47 left in the game, but Josh Thompson’s 38-yard field goal attempt was wide left."
Kick it STRAIGHT!

"but the Trojans added a fourth-quarter field goal — their only score of the second half — to hold off the Aggies."
BLOCK that KICK!

"The Aggies took a 23-14 lead early in the third quarter, but missed the PAT kick. Utah cut the lead to 23-17 with a field goal, then recovered an onside kick and launched a scoring drive to take a 24-23 lead. A Diaz field goal gave USU a 26-24 lead in the fourth quarter, but Utah answered with two field goals."
Kick it STRAIGHT. BLOCK that kick!

Any wonder Urban coaches special teams himself?

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