North End Zone Complex
CHUCK MILLS ERA FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN - OUR GOAL

Former Aggie Players, Coaches, Support Staff and Fans from the Chuck Mills Football Era (1967-1972) support Excellence in Aggie Athletics. The goal of this fund raising campaign is to Honor the Legacy of the Past while Investing in the Promise of the Future.



Click Below for:
North End Zone Construction Photo Gallery

Architectural Renderings of the North End Zone Complex

Chuck Mills Era Fund Raising Campaign - Our Challenge

Those associated with Chuck Mills Football Era have accepted the challenge to raise $400,000 to pay for the construction of the offices for the Assistant Football Coaches offices. Other Aggie football eras have accepted similar challenges to help raise funds to complete other portions of the North End Zone Complex.

This fund raising campaign seeks to honor the legacy of Aggie Athletics by asking former players, coaches, USU Alumni and Aggie Fans to make a financial contribution which will help to ensure the success of future Aggie teams.

The funds received from this campaign will be used to help transform the future of Aggie football through the construction of offices for the Aggies' Assistant Football Coaches in the newly-constructed North End Zone Complex.



THE CHUCK MILLS ERA


Chuck Mills
Head Football Coach, 1967-1972
38-23-1

Mills coached at Utah State for six seasons, leading the Aggies to an overall record of 38-23-1 (.621), including a 17-7 (.708) home mark. During his USU career, Mills was 8-4 against USU's in-state rivals BYU and Utah, and his 38 career wins still rank second all-time in school history. In 1971, Coach Mills took the first collegiate football team to Japan where they won two games. Now known as the "Father of College Football in Japan", the "Mills Trophy", the Japanese equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, is presented to the top collegiate football player in Japan each year. During his six years as Utah State's head coach, which is tied for the fourth-longest tenure in school history, Mills led the Aggies to four winning seasons including back-to-back 8-3 campaigns in 1971 and 1972. A native of Chicago, Illinois, Mills graduated from Illinois State University in 1950.


Click Below for Letters from:
Former Head Coach Chuck Mills
Athletic Director Randy Spetman
Head Coach Brent Guy
Phil Olsen


Click Here for a List of Aggie Lettermen during the Chuck Mills Era

Click Below for Pictures of Former Aggie Players and Coaches:
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972



How You Can Make A Gift

The generosity of our extended Aggie family is essential to help complete the offices for the Assistant Football Coaches in the North End Zone Complex. You can choose to make a one-time cash gift, or you may choose to spread the payment of your gift over a five year period. Other ways you can make a gift to this campaign include: stock gifts, trusts, annuities, will provisions and life insurance. Associate Athletic Director Kevin Dustin and/or Phil Olsen will be happy to discuss the best way(s) for you to make a gift to this campaign. If you prefer, gifts can be made online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. (Make A Gift Online)

Aggie Legacy Club Gold
$25,000Click Here for Details
Aggie Legacy Club Silver
$15,000Click Here for Details
Aggie Legacy Club Blue
$10,000Click Here for Details
Aggie Legacy Club White
$5,000Click Here for Details
Aggie Loyalty Club Silver
$2,500Click Here for Details
Aggie Loyalty Club Blue
$1,000Click Here for Details
Aggie Loyalty Club White
$500Click Here for Details
Aggie Varsity Club
$100Click Here for Details

Click Here to send an email message to Coach Chuck Mills

For more information on making a donation to complete construction of the Offices for the Assistant Football Coaches in the North End Zone Complex:

Kevin Dustin at 435-797-1860 or via email at kevin.dustin@usu.edu
or
Phil Olsen at 406-522-0478 or via email at philpdp@qwest.net
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