The Utah State Aggies already have had quite the week.
They went on the road to beat a nationally ranked team in overtime then arrived back in Logan to the cheers of several hundred fans who didn't mind waiting in the rain.
Now, after earning a spot in the AP poll for the first time since 1961, the 25th-ranked Aggies have a chance to make more history in Saturday's regular-season finale against Idaho.
''There are a lot of `nevers' out there,'' said coach Gary Andersen, who was moved to tears after his Aggies beat high-powered Louisiana Tech last weekend to guarantee at least a share of the Western Athletic Conference crown.
''There are a lot of things that they can do that have never happened in the history of Utah State football. That's pretty special.''
The Aggies (9-2, 5-0) can secure the program's first 10-win season and first 6-0 mark in conference play.
Though they are 39-point favorites against Idaho (1-10, 1-4), history has taught Utah State not to take anything for gr...