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Aggies football going pink against BYU to 'Tackle Breast Cancer'

Published September 19, 2013 12:47 pm
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Utah State athletics announced Thursday that the Aggies football team will wear pink on Oct. 4 for its home game against in-state rival BYU as a part of a "Tackle Breast Cancer" promotion.

The Aggies will don armbands, socks, gloves and towels in pink, and the school will be selling a pink Utah State shirt at its various retailers. For every shirt sold, one dollar will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Coach Matt Wells said in a radio interview with Kyle Gunther on 1320 KFAN this week that the team knew what uniform combo they'd go with for BYU — it seems this is what he meant.

BYU should be one of the team's biggest home games this year, kicking at 6 p.m. and airing on CBS Sports Network. The Cougars have clawed the Aggies in their last two meetings in Provo.

— Kyle Goon


Twitter: @kylegoon




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