Utah State defensive end Jordan Nielsen was one of four Aggies who got two sacks on San Jose State quarterback David Fales last year.
This year? Might not be so easy.
"Last year, I don’t know what happened," Nielsen said on video with the Tribune. "They’ll be ready for it."
In this video, the Aggies' sophomore talks about the prospect of sacking David Fales, but also comments on the improved pass rush, the USC game and playing without Connor Williams. Check it out, and get more Aggie coverage at http://www.sltrib.com/cat/USUAggies.
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