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Published: Tuesday, March 22 2011 7:04 a.m. MDT

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plyxply
SLC, UT

it will be great to beat BYU two years in a row in football for the Aggies. BYU will be licking their wounds and the AGS should be able to continue to build on their dominance from last season. ESPN won't be happy about it but it will be good to get a big win on national television, use it to introduce the Aggies to any potential BYU recruits who will be watching.

Ogden Aggie
Ogden, UT

The CSU and Wyoming games will be a good measuring stick as to how the Ags can fair against a couple of MWC teams in case they ever get that all-elusive invite. Whatever happens, I can't wait for Aggie football and the return of Robert Turbin. Go State!!!

Striker
Omaha, NE

ply, aren't dreams wonderful? Keep playing that rerun of last year. It will be the only win for another 20 years. I'd be more concerned the team doesn't start 1-5 to begin the season.

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

I think this will be the year the Aggies go to a bowl with 6 or 7 wins.

PlyXply. They won't beat BYU but your post was funny. Not too original for a Ute fan, but funny nonetheless.

Aggie84
Idaho Falls, ID

Prediction - 7 and 5 with Aggies loosing to they Y by 9 points but will put on
a great show like they did this past year. I think ESPN will have a lot of fun
with this game and it will show that the Aggies are on the rise.
Waiting to see the Aggies go to a bowl for a first time in quite awhile.
PS The Aggies will whoop all over the Y in B-ball next year. The only sport that really matters anyway.
Excuse me, I guess golf is the only true sport. A ref can't decide the outcome of that game, only the player.

AggieLuva
South Jordan, UT

I can't wait for Football. Spring ball starts today. I hope the coaches can figure out who they will be playing where.

The return of Robert Turbin is going to be huge with a young QB behind center this year. I can't wait to see who gets that nod for QB.

plyxply, I love the thoughts, I hope we really can pull off another win against the Y.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Keep striking out against USU. It shows your class.

Go big Blue!!!

fresnogirl
Fresno, CA

I'll see you guys on Oct 15. (I'll be the one in blue).

Waylon77
Logan, UT

I really hope that Turbin is back to 100%. He is going to be pretty busy while the Aggies are breaking in a new quarterback. It doesn't seem to matter how bad the Aggies played the year before, and as lame as it sounds, every new season I am still excited for the possibility of improvement. I love USU football and I hope we can get a bowl game this year, but whatever happens I am excited for football season.

TMung99
Bluffdale, Utah

You guys really honestly believe you can beat BYU two years in a row? good luck...
@aggie84 - you lose just as much as BYU in basketball so don't count your chickens before they hatch

OU812
Layton, UT

How do you have a homecoming game after a home game with WSU?

TRUEBLUEFAN
Logan, Utah

You know what you will give me a lot of grief for this comment, but the Aggies will go 10-2, win the WAC, and only lose to Auburn ang Fresno State. Undefeated at home, and a win over BYU.

VariedHue
Logan, UT

OU812, homecoming has nothing to do with the team and whether they are coming home. Homecoming is when Alumnae return to their Alma Mater, hence the name.

aggie2010
Logan, UT

Yes, USU can beat BYU this year. They took them to the woodshed last year without 5 of their top 6 offensive players (Turbin, Smith, Austin, Morrison, and Lloyd). We get at least three of them back (don't know about Morrison and Lloyd). The defense should also improve. To say they can't beat BYU is ignorant.

KamUte
South Jordan, UT

Maybe they will win 6. Need at least 7 for any bowl game to want USU and the fans need to show up. If they can't average at least 25,000, a bowl isn't deserved. If you win 7, Anderson will be offered other coaching jobs.

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