Found October 21, 2013 on TornBySports:
The Utah State Football team looked more like the Aggies we expected to see this year before the influx of injuries that appeared to derail their season. Heading down to Albuquerque for their first MWC matchup against the University of New Mexico turned out to be a pleasant trip as the Aggies smacked the Lobos around to the tune of a 45-10 final score. Here’s how the Aggies were able to overcome a difficult past couple of weeks to lay the smack down on UNM. Offense In my preview of this game, seen here http://www.tornbysports.com/previewing-aggies-matchup-new-mexico-lobos/, I stated that I expected the Aggies to pound the ball on the ground and to make things easy on true freshmen starting quarterback Darell Garretson through the play calling. It was evident early on that this was indeed the game plan for the Aggies. Looking specifically at their first two offensive drives the Aggies did some things that set the tone for the rest of the game. Joey DeMartino wasn’t even touched on hi...
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