The Utah State Aggies football team has played great against most teams this season, their only slipups coming to the likes of Utah and USC.
But when the 3-2 Aggies under new head coach Matt Wells have been on their games -- as was the case Friday night -- they are a hard team to beat.
Consider this: if Utah State wouldn't have committed turnovers late in games at the two afore-mentioned Pac-12 opponents you might be looking at a team capable of busting the BCS.
What was so impressive about the Aggies Friday is the clinical precision -- in most areas -- that they displayed in dismantling a good San Jose State team led by an All-American quarterback and physical defense.
The scary part is that Utah State still had 95 yards in penalties and left at least three touchdowns in San Jose's red zone -- and still won handily. Here's how Utah State stayed unbeaten in Mountain West Conference play: