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Published: Monday, Nov. 14 2011 9:00 p.m. MST

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Laie, HI

Lillard is a stud!

Logan, UT

I'm more worried about this game than I was about BYU...by quite a bit. Hopefully we can squeak out with a W tomorrow night. I think Weber will probably beat BYU this year as well.


Game plan stop Lillard!!!! play the 3 ball. Tough game but winnable on the aggies part.

1A BB Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

It's a shame a game like this will not be televised. With the NBA lockout, the local tv market needs to get on board and televise more college games. I would much rather watch college basketball than the NBA. KJZZ, KUSG, KMYU, somebody!

Ogden, UT

I'm more worried about this game than any other this season...by quite a bit. Hopefully we can squeak out with a W night. I think Weber will smoke Utah and SUU and lose in Provo because of the refs.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

The Aggies could use more time to prepare for Weber. There are still some rough edges from putting together virtually a brand new team this year. Should be a good game.

Go Big Blue!!!

Farmington, UT

I think Weber is the team to beat in the state this year and Lillard is hands down the best player in the state. Should the Aggies win in Ogden tonight I will be pleasantly surprised.

The Aggies will come out well coached and prepared and should make things pretty difficult for Weber St. But if there was ever an opportunity for Weber to end their losing streak to USU it would be tonight.

But here's to keeping the streak alive. Go Aggies!

Logan, UT

On my DirecTV guide it says the game is on ch.44. I think it is KCSG? The picture is crappy but it's better than nothing.

Cedar City, Utah

Oh cry me a river Go Big Blue. I'll bet your saying that now that the TBirds are winning at half time. You should be ready no matter how much time you have. Excusses excusses that's all you ever hear out of the aggie fans.

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