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Mustang Invitational Swim Meet 2022 – Cache Valley Daily

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PHOTO GALLERY: USU 3, Nevada 0 women’s volleyball

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Larsen, Legas pace Aggies as they hold off Hawai’i on the road – Cache Valley Daily

Utah State safety Ike Larsen (19) makes an interception over Hawaii wide receiver Koali Nishigaya (27) during the fourth quarter of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia) HONOLULU – Utah State set a new season-high in points and needed nearly every one of them to hold off Hawai’i on the road 41-34 to remain in the hunt for bowl eligibility. Cooper Legas set a career-high in passing yards, completing 16-of-25 passes for 238 yards and three touchdown passes. Calvin Tyler Jr. also recorded his fifth 100-yard rushing game of the year with 113 yards and a rushing touchdown. Tyler was also productive catching the ball out of the backfield, reeling in three passes for 50 yards and another touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball, freshman safety Ike Larsen intercepted two passes – returning one to the house – for his third and fourth interceptions of the year. “Every week he gets better. He’s got a phenomenal career ahead of him. Love that he’s wearing our colors,” Anderson said. “He always seems to be calm in the moment, when it’s most critical.” Despite the great performances by several Aggies, the team

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