By Rhett Wilkinson
Aggie BluePrint correspondent
LOGAN — When any college football program has the opportunity to enliven one of the oldest rivalries in the nation by defeating an in-state foe for the first time in 13 tries, it’s significant.
When one of the leaders of a program cause the stat guy in the press box to work furiously to keep up, yet still hasn’t gained a signature win after nearly a season’s worth of games, it’s meaningful on a personal level.
His coach may acknowledge it. So might the leader of that week’s BCS conference opponent. Even the quarterback who will be opposite sidelines from him Friday night may understand the reality all-too-well.
Yet Chuckie Keeton answered differently from all those parties when asked if his Aggies’ ESPN2-televised contest against Utah signals another opportunity for him to gain the first trademark victory of his career.
Read the rest of this story online at the Ogden Standard-Examiner.
This article was written for the Standard-Examiner, an online publication for which Wilkinson is also a correspondent.
Photos courtesy of the Ogden Standard-Examiner