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Published: Tuesday, March 8 2011 11:19 p.m. MST

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Ogden Aggie
Ogden, UT

I agree that the Aggies will not be left out this year, but if they lose they will likely end up as an 11 or 12 seed which will result in another 1st round loss. Win, get a 7 seed, and win in the Big Dance where it really counts. I am hoping for the second scenario. I will be in Vegas to see it all unfold. Go State!!!

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Two Utah teams have a 28 and 3 record. Only one will win their conference tournament. The losing team will receive all of the coverage.

Go Big Blue!!!

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

Go Aggies! This is the year you will win a game or two in the big one. Very mature and talented "TEAM".

Superzero
Farmington, UT

Win the WAC tourney at make it a given. Get the better seeding too.

HJC
Pleasant Grove, UT

Nice season from USU! Hopefully the double-bye doesn't end up coming back to bite us. I'd almost rather have the Aggies play through a normal schedule like most other conferences so that they're firing on all cylinders for the championship game...
Then again, there's not really anyone in the WAC to worry about.

NevadaCoug
Overton, NV

I actually wish the MWC set up its tournament like the WAC has theirs. It's really not fair for teams like USU and BYU to win their conference, then have to play as many games as an 8 seed to win the tournament. Making the lower seeds play more games, as the WAC does, is a much better set up, IMO.

Yes, there is the chance that the lay off might lead to cold shooting, or coming out flat; but the other team also is coming of a game the day before, or even two games in the last two days. Makes the chances they'll be worn out that much better.

Good luck Aggies.

HawaiianAggie
St.George, Utah

We are totally a lock. With San Joset playing us and Idaho out of the picture, we're are now for more likely to avoid an upset. Go Aggies!

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