The Mountain West and ROOTS SPORTS announced Thursday they were teaming to broadcast eight football games regionally in 2014. However, Utah State isn't among the teams to be featured on the network, which reaches 2.5 million homes.
The Aggies still are going to have a big presence on TV, with their season opener at Tennessee on Aug. 31 being shown by the SEC Network, their Sept. 13 game against Wake Forest and their Oct. 18 game at Colorado State will be broadcast by CBS Sports Network.
Utah State has six other games scheduled to be broadcast by ESPN networks, including the Oct. 3 game at BYU.
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