Comments about ‘Utah State basketball: Aggies lose 60-45 at No. 6 San Diego St.’

Return to article »

Published: Tuesday, Feb. 18 2014 9:45 p.m. MST

  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
Washington, UT

We AGGIE fans are not delusional like some other school we know in the State!
We know that we suck this year, we did last year, the year before, and probably next year also. STEW is a good X's and O's coach, but he is behind the times and needs to change.
Set plays on cue cards just doesn't cut it anymore. Jury is still out whether Stew can win in the MW. He didn't at CSU and so far he isn't at USU. Maybe the Big West andthe WAC was his ceiling?

Southern, UT

Didn't take overtime this time. And the Aggies are delusional. Most fan's still think this has been a fantastic season and they are unbeatable in the state. Far from the truth.

Salt Lake City, UT

I'm tired of this season. I haven't seen an Aggie team this poor in years. On the plus side, even a bad year for Aggie basketball isn't a total waste. Just be glad we're not Southern Utah, Aggie fans! Their season has been going FAR WORSE than ours.

I sure hope Stew gets it figured out next season. Great coach overall, but he needs to step up his recruiting big time if we are going to compete in the Mountain West.

salt lake city, utah

I disagree. this a good Aggie team playing, by far, it's toughest schedule ever. We have lost three games we should not have. (Air Force, BOise State, and BYU) The rest are just better teams or tough games against a decent team at their place.

Adjusting to the MWC, a very good BB conference (on par with PAC12), will take some time. It is more exciting to be playing competitive games week in and week out.

Weber State should be the best team in the state this year. While they lead their conference, it is frustrating to see them fail to "break through" with such a talented point guard and great length.

Southern, UT

Another jab from the truest of all Thunderbirds Sambone.

to comment encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments