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Published: Saturday, Aug. 25 2012 3:56 p.m. MDT

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Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

It is going to be a great year to be an Aggie. Andersen is doing a great job of recruiting and motivating. Go Big Blue!!!

Stang08
Cedar City, Utah

Barely making a bowl is all the aggies can hope for. Hopefully that "great year to be an aggie" will come to a hault on Saterday.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

I do not know what happens on "Saterday", but this Thursday night the Aggies will light up the T-birds to start the season.

TrueBlueAggie
Logan, UT

Once a troll always a jealous troll @Stang08...goes to show where you go to school when you think the game is on "Saterday"...great way to represent. Beat down of SUU in few days!!! GO BIG BLUE!!!

Stang08
Cedar City, Utah

I meant Thursday but hey none of you know your days of the week anyway. Keep that in mind Blue. That's what get's teams in trouble. That's what you want to think then fine TrueBlue. But I'm not jealous. Why would I be jealous of you aggies? Every other game is on Saterday so it was an honest mistake. Show's where you go to school when you act like a thug. Great way to represent loser. Can't wait to see how close the game actually is and see the aggies eat crow. Yes Thursday not Saterday. But none of you aggies make mistakes now do you?

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Saturday, not Saterday, is a special day, the day we get ready for Sunday.

There are never any games played on Saterday. Saterday does not exist in the real world. Most college football games are actually played on Saturday.

Perhaps an old Bay City Rollers song will help "S A T U R D A Y night!"

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

S A T U R D A Y

Most games are on Saturday. Saterday does not exist.

TrueBlueAggie
Logan, UT

1-3 in Big sky play last year? Yeah that is real impressive...53-10 GO AGGIES!!!

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