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Published: Monday, March 15 2010 12:00 a.m. MDT

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No kitty cats this time.

Hope A&M over looks USU as just another slow bunch of Mormons from Utah. Stew will have the Logan Aggies fired up and well schooled.

Vegas is nervous. A&M is only favored by 2.5 points.

Go Big Blue!!!

Idaho Aggie

The Ags from TX will be very focused and physical. They play stifling defense and have a lot of offensive weapons. The officials could certainly play a part in the outcome of this game, but I'm afraid USU will simply be outmatched on Friday.

Gig 'Em Aggies!

Get a clue

Aggie fans, you're all a bunch of followers with your comments.

Watch A&M vs top competition in their conference and you'll see they're better than any team in Utah. They are amazing, and it's hard to figure out why they can't win more games in their conference.

A&M was up 9 over #1 Kansas in the tourney game. They can play with anyone and they won't lose this game.


The Texas A&M Aggies have played a tough schedule, no doubt. They've won most of their games, but they have also lost some. They are not invincible, but the Utah Aggies have got to be at the top of their game. That means everybody on the court.
Go Utah State !!!!!!

ol sarge

No doubt the Texas Aggies are a better team than the Aggies from Utah. That said, the better team doesn't always win, so I'm a little nervous about this one.


As much as I would like to see USU win, I think this A&M team is destined for the Elite 8 (before losing to West Virginia).

Tongan Ute

Good luck Utah State Aggies! Mark my words Upset Alert!

I like the Aggies

I love the bracket for USU. I see the upset of A&M and love the fact that Purdue is without their stud and has been playing poorly in the last five games without him. I can see Siena upsetting Purdue--but either way, it really favors the winner of the USU-Texas A&M game.

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