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(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah State Aggies quarterback Chuckie Keeton (16) looks for a hole during the first quarter of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl at Bronco Stadium Saturday December 15, 2012. At the end of the first quarter the Aggies were winning, 7-3.
USU football: Aggies run away late in Potato Bowl victory
USU football » Williams rushed for three TDs in the fourth quarter.
First Published Dec 15 2012 02:07 pm • Last Updated Dec 20 2012 04:41 pm

Boise, Idaho • Utah State completed its best season in school history.

By defeating Toledo 41-15 on Saturday night in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, the Aggies move to 11-2 to finish the year and almost certainly will finish the season ranked in the final national polls.

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Kerwynn Williams scored three touchdowns on his way to an MVP performance. The Aggies scored four touchdowns in the final period to break open what had been a close game.

In what was a slow first half with sloppy play and few big moments, Utah State took a 10-6 advantage into the intermission over Toledo. USU missed on multiple scoring opportunities.

The Aggies led because Chuckie Keeton scored the only touchdown of the half, a 62-yard run toward the end of the first quarter.


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