USU Football – September 15, 2014

Hello Aggie Nation,

This past week we were heavily focused on ensuring we had a good week of practicing. We were able to pay attention to details and it showed in the game. Getting back on track to a 2-1 record against an ACC team gives us the confidence we need to prepare for the following game on the road. The white out crowd was electric and was an awesome crowd to play I’m front of. We look forward to making Aggie Nation proud on the road in Arkansas. Go Aggies!

USU Football – September 7, 2014

Hello Aggie Fans, 

Coming off of last weeks game, we were very motivated to get the sour taste out of our mouths. With that in mind, we prepared all week in order to get the win at home. Being able to play at home in our season opener was an awesome experience! We love feeding off the energy of our fans and being able to light the A blue. We will enjoy the win, but we also know that there is still room for improvement and will work on that this coming week. Thank you Aggie Nation! Let’s sell out Romney Stadium next weekend!

USU Football – September 2, 2014

Hello Aggie Fans, 

This past week we started the season off in SEC country playing against the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville. The excitement during the week leading up to the game was contagious and everyone was anxious to start. The venue was a great opportunity to play in and we were able to learn from the experience. We will analyze what we need to do better and carry it into the following week. We can’t wait to play in front of all our great fans inside Romney Stadium Saturday night. Be There!!!

USU Football – August 24, 2014

Hello Aggie Fans, 

Fall camp has come to a close and it is now time to start gearing practice towards game preparation for the University of Tennessee. The last week of camp allowed us to continue to sharpen our skills and bond as a team (it didn’t hurt that Coach Wells surprised us with a team movie night at the movie theatre). This week allowed us to fine tune the little things that both sides of the ball needed to improve so that we can now focus on the game next weekend. Film study and coaching is now carried out to ensure we are prepared for the game against the Vols! Can’t wait to go play over there and make Aggie Nation proud!

USU Football – August 15, 2014

As we conclude the second week of camp, we have hit the dog days where you start to feel the grind of camp. But, because you get to be around your teammates all day, who are going through the same experience, you are able lean on one another and bond as an Aggie family. The scrimmages during week two allow us the chance to finally play in front of the rest of our Aggie family and reminds us of why we play the game of football. We are focusing on becoming a better team, but in the back of our minds is the goal of beating the Vols in the season opener at the end of the month. Go Aggies!

USU Football – August 11, 2014

Hello Aggie Nation,
 
As a senior, I will be writing a weekly blog giving all of you a behind-the-scences perspective on what us players are thinking and going through. Please follow along as we try to attain all of our goals this year.
 
Fall camp started last week and this is a time for the players to be able to master the techniques and skills they’ve been taught and get used to the speed of the game. The first week is important because it allows the players a very short acclimatization period before the dog days of camp begin. Being able to put pads on again is exciting and it makes all of the off season training worth it to finally be able to play the sport that you train so hard for. It is a taxing, emotionally, physically and mentally.
 
It is a time to start developing the identity for the 2014 edition of the USU Aggies. Go Aggies!!!