FILE – Utah State Aggie basketball players Justin Bean (left), Brock Miller (center) and Brandon Horvath (right). Photo by Clint Allen LOGAN, Utah — Tonight, Utah State hosts Oregon in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament. It will be a chance for the Aggies to claim their first postseason victory since the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Tournament. “We’re playing a great opponent in Oregon who’s had a similar season in a lot of ways to us,” head coach Ryan Odom said. “They’ve had some great wins and they’ve had some hard losses at the same time.” The Ducks’ marquee wins came over then No. 3 UCLA and No. 5 USC on the road in back-to-back games. They also had tough losses to California, Arizona State and Stanford. The two squads shared two common opponents this year. Utah State and Oregon both fell to Saint Mary’s and Brigham Young this season. The Aggies kept it closer than the Ducks did in both losses. Utah State lost to the Gaels by two and the Cougars by 11, while Oregon lost by 12 and 32 respectively. The meeting is the seventh contest between the Aggies and the Ducks. Oregon leads the series 4-2.