The Aggies closed out their two-a-day on Monday with an eye toward Tuesday's 6 p.m. scrimmage, which will serve as the final evaluation for the coaches as they define the depth charts.
"We need to start defining who our third, fourth and fifth running backs are and our fifth, sixth receivers," Utah State coach Matt Wells said of the scrimmage. "We need to start carving our identity around them."
Wells said the Aggies will split the reps between the ones, twos and threes and spend more time on special teams at the beginning of the scrimmage.
While the Aggies are busy getting ready for the season, Hawaii's football program is wondering what kind of future it might have. According to this article, Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay said the school might not be able to afford to maintain its football program due to the added cost of attendance.
The school already has a $2.1 million deficit budget.&n
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