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Aggies will get plenty of national exposure in 2014

Published April 17, 2014 8:22 pm
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Utah State will get plenty of national exposure for Chuckie Keeton and Co., next year as nine of its 13 games are scheduled for national TV. The Mountain West Conference announced the remainder of its TV schedule on Thursday, which includes four nationally televised home games for the Aggies and two road games. The Aggies' home game against Wake Forest on Sept. 13 and its road game at Colorado State on Oct. 18 will be televised by CBS Sports Network. Both kickoff at 5 p.m. MT. The Aggies' game against Air Force on Oct. 11, the Oct. 25 contest against UNLV and the Nov. 15 game against New Mexico will be televised by the ESPN Networks. The regular season finale against Boise State will be broadcast by ESPN. Times for those games will be released during the season, normally within a 12-day window. Last year the Aggies had 11 nationally televised games. The fact that the Aggies have locked in so many this year seems to indicate the Aggies are earning more and more respect for their football program. Just imagine the kind of attention USU will get if it can score a win against Tennessee to start the season. - Lya Wodraska




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