The Utah State football team takes the field tomorrow for its annual spring exhibition, an event expected to draw several thousand Aggie fans to Romney Stadium to see what the Matt Wells era might look like.
There's a lot of returning talent and coaches, so don't expect too much to change. But aside from the unique format, here's some things fans can watch for:
Looking for red zone targets • The Utah State passing unit has been best when its moving between the 20s, and sometimes those last few yards to the end zone have been a challenge. If Joe Hill can't move the rock on the front seven, it falls to the receiving corps to pick up some tough catches. Who is the guy? Travis Van Leeuwen, Jojo Natson and Brandon Swindall have all made good plays at one time or another on critical downs, but at least one must be consistent.