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Former Utah State football player jailed 12 days for theft

LOGAN, Utah (AP) — A former Utah State University football player will spend 12 days in jail before transferring schools after he pleaded guilty to stealing a PlayStation. The case that also brought charges against another two other students accused of attempting to hit witness with their car. Troy Murray was sentenced Monday after agreeing to a plea deal, the Herald Journal of...
Via MyNorthwest.com
14 days ago

TCU Football Transfer Tipa Galea’i Decides On Utah State

Texas Christian has officially lost Tipa Galea’i from the depth chart. The 6-foot-5, 236-pound defensive end has decided that he is better off continuing his football playing career in a Utah State Aggies uniform. Galea’i has not yet graduated from school, and as such will be forced to sit out the entirety of the 2017 football season to satisfy NCAA transfer requirements. He...
Via Campus Sports Net
21 days ago

Utah State will open up 2018 at Michigan State

The Aggies go on the road for their season opener for 2018. The Utah State Aggies added their second out of conference game for the 2018 season with the addition of Michigan State. The Aggies will go on the road to open the season at Spartan Stadium on Sept. 1. Utah State has played a Big Ten team 14 times with only one victory, and this game against the Spartans is the first ever...
Via Mountain West Connection
May 17, 2017

49ers Pro Bowler Len Rohde dies at 79

Len Rohde, a Pro Bowl offensive tackle who played 15 seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, has died at the age of 79. A two-way lineman at Utah State in the 1950s, Rohde was chosen both by the 49ers in the 1960 NFL draft and by the Buffalo Bills in the 1960 AFL draft. He…
Via Pro Football Talk
May 15, 2017

Ray Lewis’ Son, Rayshad Lewis, Transfers To Maryland

Rayshad Lewis has found his new home. This week, Lewis, who is the son of legendary NFL linebacker Ray Lewis, announced he would be continuing his college football career with the Maryland Terrapins after transferring from Utah State. The former two-star recruit shared the news on social media with a photo of him rocking his new team’s jersey. Lewis will be forced to sit out the...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 09, 2017

Ray Lewis' Son, Rayshad, Is Transferring To Maryland

The wide receiver notched 40 catches for 476 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman at Utah State. He’ll have three years of eligibility at Maryland, starting in 2018.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
May 09, 2017

Ray Lewis’ son to transfer to Maryland

After beginning his collegiate football career in the Mountain West Conference, Rayshad Lewis is transferring to a school in the Big Ten. Lewis, son of NFL great Ray Lewis, announced on Monday he will soon play for D.J. Durkin at Maryland. He posted a photo of himself wearing a Terrapins jersey and gloves to his Twitter account along with the words “New chapter… You ain’t gotta...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 08, 2017  |  Discuss

PODCAST: Get to know Wisconsin

Utah State goes on the road to face Wisconsin to open the season. This is the start of a series getting an early look at the opponents from the Mountain West and the first edition has us talking Wisconsin vs. Utah State. We bring on Jake Kocorowski from Bucksy5thQuarter to get to know the Badgers are they wrap up spring football. These two teams face off on Friday Sept. 1 in Madison...
Via Mountain West Connection
May 04, 2017

Utah State player, student charged with intimidating witness

Via AP on Fox
May 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Utah State player, student charged with intimidating witness

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah State football player and another student are being charged with intimidating a witness in a burglary case against two other members of the football team. Logan Police Chief Gary Jensen told The Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/2p5NX4K) that 19-year-old freshmen Kevin Meitzenheimer (Mitz-en-hi-mur) and Dayshawn Littleton tried to hit the witness with...
Via MyNorthwest.com
May 03, 2017

Report: Ray Lewis’ son leaving Utah State

Rayshad Lewis, the son of former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis, is reportedly looking for a new collegiate home.Isaac Draxler of Scout.com reported that Lewis, a top wide receiver for Utah State and possible two-way player, will transfer.It is unclear why Lewis is leaving Utah State, as he had been getting playing time and there were no indications that there was anything amiss off the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Utah State wide receiver Rayshad Lewis is transferring

The Aggies lose a playmaker on offense. Utah State wrapped up spring camp this past week while learning a new offense under the recently hired David Yost as the offensive coordinator. One weapon the Aggies were expected to have has now decided to leave the school, and that is wide receiver Rayshad Lewis. Besides the above mentioned tweet there are no real details of why he is leaving...
Via Mountain West Connection
April 21, 2017

PHOTO: Wisconsin Football Team Unveils 2017 Cotton Bowl Rings

The Wisconsin football program has unveiled its newest hardware. On Friday, the Badgers took to social media to show off the brand new 2017 Cotton Bowl rings that players will receive for their victory over Western Michigan to end the season. The rings feature Wisconsin’s logo on the side and a slick red and white Cotton Bowl logo surrounded by jewels. And one more look at the...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 21, 2017

Judge: Ex-Utah State player accused of rape to stand trial

Via AP on Fox
April 19, 2017  |  Discuss

Judge: Ex-Utah State player accused of rape to stand trial

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah judge ruled on Wednesday that there is enough evidence against a former Utah State University football player accused of sexually assaulting seven women for the cases to go to trial. Torrey Green, 23, is charged with sexually assaulting the women from 2013 to 2015, when he was a student. Judge Brian Cannell’s ruling came after lawyers gave closing...
Via MyNorthwest.com
April 19, 2017

Packers Draft Visits: Green Bay will host Utah State RB Devante Mays

Green Bay is looking at a big hammer of a running back who could be an interesting complement to the players on the roster. As the days tick down towards the start of the 2017 NFL Draft, we have another report of the Green Bay Packers hosting a prospect with one of the team’s 30 official pre-draft visits. Today’s report comes from ESPN’s Adam Caplan, and it involves running...
Via Acme Packing Co
April 10, 2017

Utah State football: Honorary Aggie, Jacob Knight, scores a TD during scrimmage

Utah State football helps out a young fan. Utah State football held its spring game on Saturday and they helped one big Aggie fan suit up and run a play during the scrimmage. The young super-fan is Jacob Knight and he got the chance of a lifetime to be able to take a hand off which ended up going for a touchdown. Jacob Knight Touchdown Run - 2017 USU Spring GameA memorable...
Via Mountain West Connection
April 08, 2017

Report: 3 FCS teams set games vs. Utah State

Via FOX Sports
March 28, 2017

Michigan State Football: Spartans add Utah State to the 2018 football schedule

It has been reported that the Michigan State football team has added the Utah State Aggies out of the Mountain West Conference to the 2018 football schedule. The game between the two teams will take place on Saturday Sept 3, 2018 at Spartan Stadium. The game will be the home opener for Michigan State and the opening game for both teams. This will be the first ever meeting between...
Via isportsweb.com
March 28, 2017  |  Discuss

Utah State adds game vs. Michigan State, Washington

Both of these are road games in 2018 and 2020. The Utah State Aggies added a pair of guarantee games to their future football schedules. They added a road game at Michigan State in 2018 and then a 2020 game at Washington. Per FBSchedules.com the Aggies will earn a nice sum of $2.9 million total for the games. The 2018 game against Michigan State will be the season opener for 2018...
Via Mountain West Connection
March 28, 2017

Top seed Nevada advances in Mountain West Tournament

LAS VEGAS (AP) Jordan Caroline scored 22 points, Cameron Oliver added 19 points and 11 rebounds and top-seeded Nevada defeated No. 8 seed Utah State 83-69 on Thursday in the second round of the Mountain West Tournament. Oliver's double-double was his 11th of the season and the sophomore went over 1,000 career points. Marcus Marshall added 14 points for the Wolf Pack (26-6), which...
Via AP on Fox
March 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Nevada Basketball: Wolf Pack hammers the Aggies in MW Quarterfinals

The Nevada Wolf Pack led wire-to-wire as they defeated the Utah State Aggies 83-69 and will advance to the semifinals of the Mountain West tournament. Jordan Caroline lead the team with 22 points while Cameron Oliver chipped in with 19 points and 11 rebounds as the top-seeded Nevada Wolf Pack thumped the eighth-seeded Utah State Aggies 83-69 in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West...
Via Mountain West Connection
March 09, 2017

Nevada Basketball: Wolf Pack will take on Utah State in MW Ouarterfinals

The top-seeded Nevada Wolf Pack begin the 2017 Mountain West Conference tournament with a matchup against the Utah State Aggies The Nevada Wolf Pack will begin their run in the 2017 Mountain West conference tournament on Thursday as the number one seed when they face off against the eight-seeded Utah State Aggies. The Wolf Pack come into the conference tournament on six game winning...
Via Mountain West Connection
March 09, 2017

McEwen puts in 5 3s, leads Utah State in MWC tourney opener

LAS VEGAS (AP) Koby McEwen made five 3-pointers without a miss in scoring 27 points and eighth-seeded Utah State beat No. 9 seed San Jose State 90-64 on Wednesday in the first round of the Mountain West Tournament. Jalen Moore scored 19 points and Quinn Taylor and Sam Merrill 11 each with Merrill adding eight assists for the Aggies (14-16), who will take on top-seeded Nevada in...
Via AP on Fox
March 08, 2017  |  Discuss

McEwen puts in 5 3s, leads San Jose in MWC tourney opener

LAS VEGAS (AP) Koby McEwen made five 3-pointers without a miss in scoring 27 points and eighth-seeded Utah State beat No. 9 seed San Jose State 90-64 on Wednesday in the first round of the Mountain West Tournament. Jalen Moore scored 19 points and Quinn Taylor and Sam Merrill 11 each with Merrill adding eight assists for the Aggies (14-16), who will take on top-seeded Nevada in...
Via AP on Fox
March 08, 2017  |  Discuss
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