Looks like another fun road trip we will be attending!Go Aggies!
Why didn't you guys do a home and home with Tennessee?We
scheduled a home and home with Michigan last year. I will never
understand why you guys and byu do 1 for 2's or simply 0 for 1's and
not home and homes like we do?
because chrisbe... you guys are the big boys and are the top dogs and are the
envy of the nation and lead your conference and... oh waitWhy
don't you worry about winning your in state games or ANY games for that
matter before you try to get lippy.
I know the money is good, but I would rather win games and conference
championships and go bowling in a small conference, than lose games and be a
doormat and sit "On'a-sofa" during bowl season.but
hey... you keep loving your pac-12 membership
RE: Chris B. In the BCS era (1996-present) Utah has played
non-conference games with 31 BCS opponents. Of those games 19 were road games
and 12 were home games (a nearly 1 for 2 average). Against marquee teams Utah
played the following number of home vs. road games. Notre Dame
0-1Michigan 0-2Oregon 1-3Texas A&M 0-1Stanford
0-1Utah did have home and home series with Pitt, Oregon State, UCLA,
Louisville, AZ, North Carolina, Indiana, and Washington State: nearly all BCS
conference bottom dwellers. Congratulations on your imaginary
and with our 0-1 star talent, we will continue to equal or beat you in the NFL
draft year in and year out
chrispyWhen has Utah ever played a home-and-home against an SEC
team? (Texas A&M doesn't count; those Aggies weren't
in the SEC when Utah played them.)
USC--Utes couldn't beat them at home or away. What does it matter, except
the utes have a much smaller stadium.Home games against Texas, Boise
State, Georgia Tech, with a mild scrimmage with the utes? I'll drink a
mild shake to that.
@ Wiscougarfan"In the BCS era (1996-present)"Nice try! The BCS era began in 1998 not 1996. You were trying to include
BYU's 1996 Cotton Bowl season as part of the BCS era to make to Cougies
look good. Epic Fail! "Notre Dame 0-1Michigan 0-2Oregon 1-3Texas A&M 0-1Stanford 0-1" Correction: Texas A&M was a home and home. In 2003 the Utes lost 28-26 in
College Station and crushed A&M 42-21 in 2004 (Fiesta Bowl year). Oregon
when it was scheduled was a home and home 2001 in Eugene and 2003 in Salt Lake
City. The 2009 game was a one and done until Utah joined the Pac-12. Utah never
played Stanford in the BCS era! But you are correct about Michigan and Notre
This is exciting! It only makes sense that Chuckie will start his senior season
against an SEC team considering that's how he started his career with the
Aggies. I hope we can pull off a victory this go-around. If Chuckie was able to
give Auburn a challenge as a true-freshman, then hopefully we can tear it up
against Tennessee during his senior campaign. Also- this is very interesting
considering the transfer cornerback that USU just acquired from the Volunteers
(I think his name is Gray?) This is especially interesting because his first
game as an eligible player (due to the NCAA 1 year sit-out rule for transfers)
will be against his old team! Exciting news! Go Aggies!
RE: Elmer FuddThanks for the corrections.
Ofa-Sofa - year in and year out? Really? USU was decent for the 2 years that
they had Gary Anderson at the helm, but year in and year out? Please. The Aggies
long legacy of stinking is well documented.
I feel very sorry for the Volunteers. Utah State is on the rise!!
Chris BI am pretty sure that the U would really appreciate it if you would
stop speaking for them and maybe for once check your facts before saying
something stupid. Last time I checked "your " football team isn't
exactly setting the world on fire against anyone let alone the SEC.
Well well well it looks like my first comment on the official USU season will be
0-1. There is no way USU will beat an SEC school to start the season. And
it's a shame considering USU is the best team/school in the country and
should always be in the National title game. Such a shame.
Your confused Stang...it was the T-birds that were 0-1 last year after their
Yeah I remember. But in case you forgot we aren't talking about last
season. We are talking about the 2013 season. Which means USU will be 0-1 to
start the year. I know which season we are talking about, do you? You are the
one who is confused.
NO Stang read the article. The article is NOT about the 2013 season opener, the
article is about the 2014 season and Tennessee being the opener for the Aggies
in 2014. I'll mirror your question back at you Stang as it is
very appropriate. "I know which season we are talking about, do you?"
I'm in the mode for the 2013 season and missed it. But my comment still
stands only now it's the first game of the 2014 season where my first
comment will be USU 0-1. Who are they playing to start the 2013 season?
Whomever it is I can garrentee it's gonna be the same result as the 2014
Just like stang predicted major losses for the Aggies every week last season?
Odds are that he will be right a couple of times this season. Odds are that he
will continue to wrong most of the time.The only person I have ever
heard mention USU and a national title has been stang. Talk about a closet
@ Elmer Fudd:Not one person on these posts said a word about the
Cougars except you. It appears there is still a strong paranoia among some Ute
trolls regarding their southern rivals... even on USU articles. Sad.
Wow, and here I came expecting to talk about the subject of the article.Very exciting for the Aggies to play the volunteers, they (UT) certainly
has athletes but they are really not that good. Hopefully Utah St. finishes the
job this time.
@Go Big BlueI'm not a closet fan. I'm as far away as you
can get from that title. Just offering a realistic opinion on how the season is
gonna treat the new aggie football team.