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Utah State's Travis Van Leeuwen talks offense with new QB, previews Colorado State

Published November 21, 2013 11:33 am
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If UNLV wasn't Utah State's most convincing win, it was at least an affirmation of the passing game.

Travis Reynolds and Travis Van Leeuwen each had 100 yard receiving games, and Van Leeuwen said that's the mark of an offense coming together. The senior wideout said freshman quarterback Darell Garretson has shown great promise so far, and that should help carry the Aggies on Saturday against Colorado State.

"He's really getting comfortable out there and doing a great job at trusting his receivers and making big throws," Van Leeuwen said. "It's been fun seeing him progress this year."

Check out the video above for what the Aggies' receiver had to say about the Rams and the upcoming match-up, including which defenders he's keeping an eye out for.

— Kyle Goon


Twitter: @kylegoon




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