High off Utah win, Aggies face Big Ten’s Wisconsin

A lot of things have gone right in Cache Valley in the first few weeks of the Utah State football program’s 2012 season.

Its first win over its in-state rival — a Pac-12 member — in 15 years. Conference accolades for its young quarterback and punter. Its first 2-0 start since the Spice Girls were making their breakthrough.

It even received a vote for the AP Top 25 rankings for the first time since an even more-prominent band, the Beatles, earnestly experienced their own rise.

Be it on the ground or in the stands, the Aggies, however, might just be facing those who may not cause euphoria in London, let alone the world, but remain an even bigger deal that what’s been causing shockwaves from Romney Stadium.

Read the rest of this story online at the Ogden Standard-Examiner.

Utah State’s Clayton Christensen celebrates after recovering a blocked punt in the end zone during his team’s 27-20 victory over in-state rival Utah. Photo courtesy Ogden Standard-Examiner.
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