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  1. Didn't want to mention what I saw concerning your man in the middle, but you are absolutely right. One guy not stepping up in a big game can make a huge difference.
  2. Have you ever noticed the stretch of I-25 between Santa Fe and Albuquerque looks an awful lot like Mordor?
  3. A steal for us. We usually don't get a kid that fast and skilled. I really liked your left tackle. Guy looks seven feet tall, with surprisingly good feet. And strong.
  4. Thanks for this. I saw a lot of good things yesterday. I fully expect another big year and another bowl, a winner this time, out of the Green next year. Thanks for having us.
  5. Something from the USU beatwriter: https://247sports.com/college/utah-state/Article/Bright-Williams-and-Eberle-led-the-way-in-the-Aggies-bowl-game-win-126441134/
  6. USU's Scarver, the backup wideout and KO return guy, was just named consensus All-American, the third in USU's very long history [1892]. The first two were the Olsen brothers, Merlin and Phil.
  7. Especially for our flatlander cousins a USU fan's [and one-time player's] thoughts on USU's defensive personnel. USU runs what looks like a 3-4, but one of the 4 is a converted SS who brings a lot of pressure, but is also present in pass defense when not chasing opponent's QBs around. They're a lot of fun to watch, and are pretty stout against the run, notwithstanding so many teams in USU's division of the MWC being so run oriented [i.e., Air Force] pushing the numbers up. LB USU's best returning player on defense was injured in pre-season drills, missed almost half the season, an
  8. We moved a SS down to be a "4th linebacker," which makes it look like a 3-3-5, even though on run plays they line up in a 3-4. So, yeah, it is a lot like Rocky's [whom USU played against both when he was at UNM and at SDSU]. SDS has had USU's number over the years [I think we've only beaten them once], and they've been in Logan I think only 3 times in the last 40-50 years.
  9. Thought our flatlander cousins would like to see a USU fan's [and one-time player's] thoughts on USU's personnel. Offense first. Defense if I can find time today [I'm driving down tomorrow]. OL Tackles are RS Frosh Alf Edwards and Senior Sean Taylor on the left and right, respectively. They're backed up by Seniors Roman Andrus and redshirting frosh Jacob South. Edwards is the guy to watch. Surprisingly good footwork on the weak/blind side for a guy this long and this young. South still has his redshirt on and has a game to give. He's the future of the line, along with Edwards.
  10. Thought our flatlander cousins would like to see a USU fan's [and one-time player's] thoughts on USU's personnel. Offense first. Defense if I can find time today [I'm driving down tomorrow]. OL Tackles are RS Frosh Alf Edwards and Senior Sean Taylor on the left and right, respectively. They're backed up by Seniors Roman Andrus and redshirting frosh Jacob South. Edwards is the guy to watch. Surprisingly good footwork on the weak/blind side for a guy this long and this young. South still has his redshirt on and has a game to give. He's the future of the line, along with Edwards.
  11. Thanks, Harry. He and I interacted a whole lot online back in the because days. Never met in person, though.
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