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Published: Tuesday, Feb. 8 2011 10:45 p.m. MST

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Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Wow! Great coverage of the Aggies today DN!

USU cannot afford to let up. It is extremely hard to make it through conference play undefeated, even when you obviously have the best conference team by far. You never know when you might have a "Pit Fall".

Fortunately I have a feeling that Stew will be able to keep the team on task.

Go Big Blue!!!

HawaiianAggie
St.George, Utah

I like how humble Stew is, he never assumes that the next game will be a breeze, nor do his players. Way to go Stew!

Go Aggies!

hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

Go Aggies! Make the state proud.

Jeff ls
Farr West, 84404

Great coach, good team. I sure wish their league was more challenging. They have not played many really good teams. Not sure how they can do in the tournament. Best of Luck to Stew's Crew.
Jeff

hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

No question that Stew is the best coach in the state of Utah.

Ogden Aggie
Ogden, UT

I love Stew's attitude and in no way consider this an easy game. Playing a decent Idaho team coached and point guarded by ex-Aggies is no easy task. I do however have a feeling the Ags will be up for the task. Go State!!!

MichiganCoog
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Wow, what an accomplishment of winning the WAC, just like Hedgie said make the state proud, and go out and lose to ID-A-HO...now that was a stinker wasn't? How about coming within 30 points of St. Mary's next week...now that'll be even stinkier.

About following only Basketball program in the State of Utah that is doing anyone proud, the one in Provo that is rated #7/8 currently, w/ the National POY in the making, and one that consistently makes Hedgie so full of jealousy and envy, and every other 10 year old behavioral problems that comes out on these comment boards. Hey hedgie, I hear that down-hill skiing or Women's gymnastics is doing quite well now-a-days!

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