Comments about ‘Utah State football: Chuckie Keeton's big night not enough for Aggies against Utah’

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Published: Sunday, Sept. 1 2013 12:12 a.m. MDT

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BYUSU
Wellsville, UT

There are a lot of reasons for this loss, Keeton was not one of them. He played great and gave USU a chance at victory. It can still be a great year for the Aggies. That is one good thing about being a member of a football conference.

Go Aggies!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stang08
Southern, UT

So much for the "Best QB in the state".

Silent Lurker
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Note to aggies: do you really believe the Utes are the only team that will make adjustments against you in the second half? USU is a one man show and is going to be exposed in their new conference starting this week in Colorado Springs. Your one year one game one big win/season is over and now it's back to being one of the red headed step sisters of the poor. Yes it's back to one win every twenty years against both BYU and Utah.

yabuts
Springville, utah

@ Silent Lurker

The following is some sound advice for your future.

Always eat your crow while it is warm, it is very hard to swallow when it is cold.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

@Silent Lurker

As a Utah fan, one thing I can say for certain: That "one man show" is going to beat your sorry little football team.

tinplater
scottsdale, AZ

Stang0, I guess you didn't read the article. The best QB in the state remains at USU. Which QB do you think is better? Everyone is realizing what a talented athlete Keeton is (except you, of course). Your anti Aggie bias is truly amazing. I do enjoy it though, keep it coming.

Stang08
Southern, UT

@tinplater

Did he win the game? He didn't prove that he is the best in the state. Do you respect anyone else in the state? Brad was better. Maybe not in the USU game but overall carrer was way better. And he is in the NFL. And after the Utah game I would have to say that the Utah QB was better then Keeton. You lose again.

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