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(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Despite the newfound fame and the adulation, Chuckie Keeton, Utah Stateís star sophomore quarterback, shows no hint of arrogance.
Aggies eager to get show on the road
First Published Aug 04 2014 10:48 pm • Last Updated Aug 04 2014 10:48 pm

Utah State football • The Utah State Aggies are carrying a lot of emotions into their fall football camp — eagerness, optimism, determination and, yes, even a bit of a chip on their shoulder. The Aggies, who were picked to finish second in the Mountain division behind Boise State, believe they can do even better. They view their opener at Tennessee on Aug. 31 as the perfect platform to show the college football world just how good they can be. "We think we can surprise some people," said quarterback Chuckie Keeton, pictured, who is returning from a knee injury. > C2

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