Oct. 3, 2013
LOGAN, Utah - Utah State football returns to Romney Stadium Friday night to host in-state rival BYU in a sold-out game to be televised live on CBS Sports Network, Friday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. (MT).
This is the second of Utah State's five games to be played on CBSSN this season. Andrew Catalon will be on play-by-play with Aaron Taylor as the analyst and Lauren Gardner on the sidleines. Fans can find the game on Comcast Ch. 269/753HD, Dish Network Ch. 158 or DirecTV Ch. 221
Fans can listen to USU Football in Salt Lake City on KZNS 1280 AM, in Vernal on KVEL 920 AM, and in Price on KRPX 95.3 FM. Every affiliate station will carry the one-hour pregame and postgame show in addition to the 50-minute weekly coaches show.
Additionally, Cache Valley/Tremonton fans can listen to the Aggie Sports Network on KVNU 102.1 FM and KLZX 95.9 FM, while Southeastern Idaho fans can listen via a KLZX translator on 105.3 FM in Montpelier, Idaho.
Along with its affiliates to the Aggie Radio Network, fans can continue to tune into all audio broadcasts free of charge via the Internet at www.UtahStateAggies.com and click on the "Listen Live" link.
For fans attending the game, please plan ahead for parking south entrance on 800 East is now only open to Blue and Silver pass-holders. Paid parking is accessible on the north end of the lot on 800 East and on the east side of Romney Stadium on 1000 North. Each lot will cost be $10 per game. For more parking information, fans can check the parking map on the Utah State Athletics website for additional parking available and traffic guidelines.
Additionally, 1000 North will once again be closed to thru traffic from the east and west in front of the Romney Stadium South Ticket Office. Fans are encouraged to use 1400 North when traveling east toward the stadium.
During the off-season, bleachers were installed along the seats in the south endzone. The seats remain general admission, but the Athletics staff asks that fans be mindful of their seating, and to please sit on an actual seat number as they select their seat. Blankets are still allowed, but fans are asked to please only cover the number of seats they have purchased. Also, umbrellas are prohibited from Romney Stadium
Utah State trails in the all-time series against BYU, 34-45-3, but holds an 18-15-2 all-time advantage in Logan. The first game played in the series was on Oct. 7, 1922 in Provo with USU winning, 42-3. BYU won the last game played in the series, 6-3, on Oct. 5, 2012 in Provo, while USU won the last game played between the two teams in Logan, 31-16, on Oct. 1, 2010.
Fans can follow the Aggie football program at twitter.com/USUFootball, on Facebook at facebook.com/USUFootball or on Instagram at instagram.com/usufootball. Aggie fans can also follow the Utah State athletic program at twitter.com/USUAthletics or on Facebook at facebook.com/USUAthletics.
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