Five Utah State players to watch for
Robert Turbin, running back »1 of 5 «
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News
The Aggie offense starts and ends with its rushing attack, which ranks fifth in the nation at 316 yards a game. Turbin is the engine that drives the offense. In three games this season the junior from Fremont, Calif., has amassed 365 yards rushing and eight touchdowns. By comparison, BYU has 272 yards rushing and two touchdowns in four games as a team.
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