When Utah State hit the road to take on Wisconsin in last season’s opener, things didn’t go well. After just one play — a snap over the quarterback’s head — it was clear the Aggies were in for a long day at Camp Randall Stadium. With a similar trip to Spartan Stadium to open the 2018 season against No. 11 Michigan State on Friday, the Aggies are feeling better about their chances against another of the Big Ten’s top teams.
Source: Detroit News