Kerwynn Williams really wasn't taking much of a chance leaving the bright lights of Las Vegas for the quiet of Cache Valley in northern Utah.
The 5-foot-8 back didn't have many choices.
''I didn't have too many options at all, none for scholarship,'' Williams said. ''The only one that mattered in the end was Utah State, and I'm happy with the decision I made.''
Now, after biding his time behind a player now in the NFL, Williams has a chance to be part of history when the 25th-ranked Aggies face lowly Idaho on Saturday.
A win secures Utah State's first-ever 10-win season and first outright league championship since the 1936 team won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
Williams already made sure the Aggies (9-2, 5-0 WAC) guaranteed themselves a share of the Western Athletic Conference title with a 48-41 overtime win last weekend over then-No. 19 Louisiana Tech.
He turned a screen pass from quarterback Chuckie Keeton into an 86-yard touchdown on Utah State's first play from s...