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Published: Thursday, Dec. 15 2011 10:00 a.m. MST

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Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Best news I have heard this week. Coach Andersen started to make a difference the moment he accepted the job as USU. It takes a great amount of effort and vision to turn a program around. Praying that Gary has many more years and continued success in Cache Valley.

Go Big Blue!!!

Eagle Mountain, UT

Great news! Well deserved. Now if USU can get to a better conference he can build on this years success.

Tooele, UT

Can't wait until Saturday's game. Good news that he intends to stay until after the 2017 season. I am looking forward to many more yearsd of success with him at the helm. Go AGGIES!

Sandy, UT

I can't wait to see what Coach Anderson can do to the program. Great job Aggies for the improvement and the bowl game. Best of luck over the next few years!

Sports Nutz
Smithfield, UT

This is great news! It's amazing how the feeling toward AGGIE FOOTBALL has changed in such a short time. Coach Andersen talks the talk and walks the walk by sticking to his word and his players and the AGGIE fans appreciate it. Now let's go win a bowl game. GO AGGIES!

West Jordan, UT

As a Ute, I was saddened when it was announced we were losing Coach Andersen. However, I took consolation in the fact that he was going to Utah State. He's really taken that program to a new level, and I foresee even more good things in USU's future. Way to go Aggies - kick some butt in Idaho!

Idaho Falls, ID

In the next few years I see the Aggies now making the Utah and BYU game a rivalry where wins will come. Utah is now a 3 horse State. It has been great to see how BYU and Utah fans have been posting more positive comments about my Aggies. It is now time to make a statement as a State and win all 3 bowl games.

Salt Lake City, UT

Dear Gary,

Many fans would be glad to add to your salary if you will give up the "prevent" defense.

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