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Utah State at No. 19 BYU: How to watch, listen or stream the game

Utah State (1-3) at No. 19 BYU (3-1)

Reset: 6 pm MDT

Venue: LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo (63,725)

TV: ESPN

Live streaming: Watch ESPN

radio: 1160 AM/102.7 FM

series: They are longtime in-state rivals confront for the 91st time, and quite possibly the last time for a while as the Cougars move to the Big 12 in 2023 and won’t have a spot on their three-game non-conference schedule for the Aggies. BYU leads the series 50-37-3. BYU has won its last two games, both in Logan.

Weather: Partly cloudy, with winds as high as 12 mph and a temperature in the low 70s in the early hours, then dropping into the mid 50s later overnight. 20% chance of rain.

Trends

For BYU: No. 19 Cougars have yet to put together a complete game in the through the eyes of coach Kalani Sitakedespite their 3-1 record and wins over South Florida, Baylor and Wyoming. Quarterback Jaren Hall is on fire and is starting to garner national attention as one of the nation’s top QBs in 2022.

For Utah: The Aggies are struggling after opening 2022 with a big win over Connecticut. Turnovers and penalties have plagued coach Blake Anderson’s team for the second year; USU committed 11 penalties per game in back-to-back losses to Weber State and UNLV.

What to watch out for

BYU is ranked No. 19 in the Associated Press Top 25 and No. 20 in the Coaches Rankings and is 21-6 under seventh-year coach Kalani Sitake when playing for a ranked team. The Cougars haven’t committed a turnover since the opener at South Florida, but were penalized 11 times for 109 yards in last week’s 38-24 win over Wyoming. Sitake wants this undisciplined game cleaned up.

Utah State coach Blake Anderson is in his second year after succeeding Gary Anderson and leading the Aggies to a Mountain West championship last year. Ouch beat the Cougars 45-20 the last time they were in Provo (2018) and see the Battle for the Old Wheel as an opportunity turn around a disappointing season so far.

Key players

BYU quarterback Jaren Hall throws a pass against Baylor during the game at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022.

By Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News

Jaren Hall, QB, BYU: Quarterbacks have underachieved in past BYU-Utah State games because some of them were unable to finish plays due to the physical, intense, tough nature of them. Taysam Hill and Chuckie Keaton, now USU’s running backs coach, can attest to that. Hall had one of his best games as a collegian against Wyoming, posting a 211 passer rating after completing 26 of 32 passes for 337 yards and four touchdowns and rushing eight times for 17 net yards. Can UDU slow down the fifth-year student?

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Utah State running back Calvin Tyler Jr. carries the ball during the game against Alabama, Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Yours Hunt, Asscoiated Press

Calvin Tyler Jr., RB, Utah State: The Aggies have struggled on offense this season, and eyes usually turn to the quarterback position and Logan Bonner, but against the Cougars, there may not be a more important Aggie than Tyler. Tyler rushed for 884 yards last season, averaging 4.5 yards per carry. Tyler has been less productive this year with 292 yards at 3.7 yards per carry. BYU has struggled against the run at times this season, and if Utah State has a chance to eliminate that, Tyler’s strong play will be essential.

Quotable

“These (USU) guys work really hard. You can see that they are training well. You can see that the scheme works very well for them. They are always dangerous, so we need to play well. I’ve played games like this before. I know they are going to bring their best. I know that they will. I say it over and over again: we have to make sure our best comes out, and I honestly don’t think that’s shown yet this season, and that’s my fault. What better time to do that than now? We need to do it for the full 60 minutes and I like our (chances) if we can do that.” — BYU coach Kalani Sitake

“In my opinion, college football is what college football is. I absolutely love it. I hate to see it go. I understand why that is. You’d like to think that it will come back at some point, and we’ll be able to figure out where this game goes back in the future. But it will be the last one for a while and I can’t think of a better time to play our best ball to win.” — Utah State coach Blake Anderson

Next

BYU heads to Las Vegas next week face Notre Dame on Oct. 8 at Allegiant Stadium. It will be the annual Shamrock Series game for the Fighting Irish and the first matchup between the independent college football teams since Notre Dame’s 23-13 victory in South Bend, Ind., in 2013. Utah State will return to Logan and host Mountain Division rival Air Force One. The Aggies defeated the Falcons in a 49-45 thriller last season.

BDU schedule

Sept. 3 — BYU 50, South Florida 21

September 10 — No. 25 BYU 26, No. 9 Baylor 20 (2OT)

Sept. 17 — No. 25 Oregon 41, No. 12 BYU 20

Sept. 24 — No. 19 BYU 38, Wyoming 24

Sept. 29 — No. 19 BYU vs. Utah State, 6 p.m

Oct. 8 — BYU vs. Notre Dame (Las Vegas).

Oct. 15 — BYU vs. Arkansas.

October 22 – BDM in Svaboda.

Oct. 28 — BYU vs. East Carolina.

Nov. 5 — BYU at Boise State.

November 12 – BYE.

Nov. 19 — BYU vs. Utah Tech.

Nov. 26 — BYU at Stanford.


Utah State Schedule

Aug. 27 — Utah State 31, UConn 20

Sept. 3 — No. 1 Alabama 55, Utah State 0

Sept. 10 — Weber State 35, Utah State 7

September 17 – BYE.

Sept. 24 — UNLV 34, Utah State 24

Sept. 29 — Utah State at No. 25 BYU

Oct. 8 — Utah State vs. Air Force.

October 15 — Utah State and Colorado State.

October 22 – Utah State at Wyoming.

October 29 – BYE.

Nov. 5 — Utah State vs. New Mexico.

November 12 – Utah State in Hawaii.

Nov. 19 — Utah State vs. San Jose State.

Nov. 25 — Utah State at Boise State.

All times are MDT.

Trent Wood contributed to this report.



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Utah State at No. 19 BYU: How to watch, listen or stream the game

Utah State (1-3) at No. 19 BYU (3-1)

Reset: 6 pm MDT

Venue: LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo (63,725)

TV: ESPN

Live streaming: Watch ESPN

radio: 1160 AM/102.7 FM

series: They are longtime in-state rivals confront for the 91st time, and quite possibly the last time for a while as the Cougars move to the Big 12 in 2023 and won’t have a spot on their three-game non-conference schedule for the Aggies. BYU leads the series 50-37-3. BYU has won its last two games, both in Logan.

Weather: Partly cloudy, with winds as high as 12 mph and a temperature in the low 70s in the early hours, then dropping into the mid 50s later overnight. 20% chance of rain.

Trends

For BYU: No. 19 Cougars have yet to put together a complete game in the through the eyes of coach Kalani Sitakedespite their 3-1 record and wins over South Florida, Baylor and Wyoming. Quarterback Jaren Hall is on fire and is starting to garner national attention as one of the nation’s top QBs in 2022.

For Utah: The Aggies are struggling after opening 2022 with a big win over Connecticut. Turnovers and penalties have plagued coach Blake Anderson’s team for the second year; USU committed 11 penalties per game in back-to-back losses to Weber State and UNLV.

What to watch out for

BYU is ranked No. 19 in the Associated Press Top 25 and No. 20 in the Coaches Rankings and is 21-6 under seventh-year coach Kalani Sitake when playing for a ranked team. The Cougars haven’t committed a turnover since the opener at South Florida, but were penalized 11 times for 109 yards in last week’s 38-24 win over Wyoming. Sitake wants this undisciplined game cleaned up.

Utah State coach Blake Anderson is in his second year after succeeding Gary Anderson and leading the Aggies to a Mountain West championship last year. Ouch beat the Cougars 45-20 the last time they were in Provo (2018) and see the Battle for the Old Wheel as an opportunity turn around a disappointing season so far.

Key players

BYU quarterback Jaren Hall throws a pass against Baylor during the game at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022.

By Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News

Jaren Hall, QB, BYU: Quarterbacks have underachieved in past BYU-Utah State games because some of them were unable to finish plays due to the physical, intense, tough nature of them. Taysam Hill and Chuckie Keaton, now USU’s running backs coach, can attest to that. Hall had one of his best games as a collegian against Wyoming, posting a 211 passer rating after completing 26 of 32 passes for 337 yards and four touchdowns and rushing eight times for 17 net yards. Can UDU slow down the fifth-year student?

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Utah State running back Calvin Tyler Jr. carries the ball during the game against Alabama, Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Yours Hunt, Asscoiated Press

Calvin Tyler Jr., RB, Utah State: The Aggies have struggled on offense this season, and eyes usually turn to the quarterback position and Logan Bonner, but against the Cougars, there may not be a more important Aggie than Tyler. Tyler rushed for 884 yards last season, averaging 4.5 yards per carry. Tyler has been less productive this year with 292 yards at 3.7 yards per carry. BYU has struggled against the run at times this season, and if Utah State has a chance to eliminate that, Tyler’s strong play will be essential.

Quotable

“These (USU) guys work really hard. You can see that they are training well. You can see that the scheme works very well for them. They are always dangerous, so we need to play well. I’ve played games like this before. I know they are going to bring their best. I know that they will. I say it over and over again: we have to make sure our best comes out, and I honestly don’t think that’s shown yet this season, and that’s my fault. What better time to do that than now? We need to do it for the full 60 minutes and I like our (chances) if we can do that.” — BYU coach Kalani Sitake

“In my opinion, college football is what college football is. I absolutely love it. I hate to see it go. I understand why that is. You’d like to think that it will come back at some point, and we’ll be able to figure out where this game goes back in the future. But it will be the last one for a while and I can’t think of a better time to play our best ball to win.” — Utah State coach Blake Anderson

Next

BYU heads to Las Vegas next week face Notre Dame on Oct. 8 at Allegiant Stadium. It will be the annual Shamrock Series game for the Fighting Irish and the first matchup between the independent college football teams since Notre Dame’s 23-13 victory in South Bend, Ind., in 2013. Utah State will return to Logan and host Mountain Division rival Air Force One. The Aggies defeated the Falcons in a 49-45 thriller last season.

BDU schedule

Sept. 3 — BYU 50, South Florida 21

September 10 — No. 25 BYU 26, No. 9 Baylor 20 (2OT)

Sept. 17 — No. 25 Oregon 41, No. 12 BYU 20

Sept. 24 — No. 19 BYU 38, Wyoming 24

Sept. 29 — No. 19 BYU vs. Utah State, 6 p.m

Oct. 8 — BYU vs. Notre Dame (Las Vegas).

Oct. 15 — BYU vs. Arkansas.

October 22 – BDM in Svaboda.

Oct. 28 — BYU vs. East Carolina.

Nov. 5 — BYU at Boise State.

November 12 – BYE.

Nov. 19 — BYU vs. Utah Tech.

Nov. 26 — BYU at Stanford.


Utah State Schedule

Aug. 27 — Utah State 31, UConn 20

Sept. 3 — No. 1 Alabama 55, Utah State 0

Sept. 10 — Weber State 35, Utah State 7

September 17 – BYE.

Sept. 24 — UNLV 34, Utah State 24

Sept. 29 — Utah State at No. 25 BYU

Oct. 8 — Utah State vs. Air Force.

October 15 — Utah State and Colorado State.

October 22 – Utah State at Wyoming.

October 29 – BYE.

Nov. 5 — Utah State vs. New Mexico.

November 12 – Utah State in Hawaii.

Nov. 19 — Utah State vs. San Jose State.

Nov. 25 — Utah State at Boise State.

All times are MDT.

Trent Wood contributed to this report.



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