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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 3 2012 2:54 p.m. MDT

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54-10
Salt Lake City, UT

Well if Bronco is impressed, Utah State is now a worthy opponent of the mighty Cougar Nation.

Levin
Hightstown, NJ

I'm impressed by Utah State too. I'm looking forward to an exciting game, with a tough BYU defense, helped by a loud stadium, giving just enough for the offense to overcome an also tough USU defense. My first game at Cougar Stadium in 15 years. I'm pumped.

Booya56
Mapleton, UT

Hey Bronco, how about you forget about other teams in the state and focus on that offense scoring some points in their games. Timpview( A high school tea) could have scored more than you guys in that game vs Boise St.

Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

It's hard not to be impressed with the Aggies. They were oh so close vs. Wisconsin. They had the Badgers dead to right. I will be pulling for the Aggies tomorrow night.

SameJersey
Kaysville, UT

It is quite impossible to be a citizen of the great state of Utah and (regardless of affiliation) not feel at least some pride for the Aggies right now. Little brother is growing up, and fast! While on one end it is a scary thought, it is awesome to see them play great football at a nationally competitive level. In my opinion, only good things can happen from the revived tri-rivalry of the long past.

I am predicting a win tonight for Big Blue in Provo. That Keeton kid is something else entirely. This state has not seen a QB like him for a while now. Morover, the Aggies RB Williams, their wide-out jacobs, and their TE Bartlett are arguably the most athletic in the state this year in thier respective positions.

Go Big Blue! You have the majority of the state (and quite well half the nation) routing for you tonight on national TV. Win or lose, just know we are proud of you!

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