USU men’s basketball: Spectrum Magic is alive and well
On a special night in many ways, the Aggies sure didn’t get off to a very good start.
But like Utah State head coach Ryan Odom said after the game, it’s how you finish.
The Aggies certainly finished and perhaps a little Spectrum Magic helped. USU rallied from a 21-point first-half deficit to beat Nevada in a big Mountain West Conference game Saturday night at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, 75-66, in front of 9,157 fans.
“The crowd was huge,” Odom said. “We don’t win without our crowd and fans. The way they pour into us each and every game is really impressive. It really gets our guys excited and they want to win for them. And tonight obviously wasn’t just about Jaycee (Carroll). It was about where we are at this moment.”
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