Utah State Football Holds Season-Ending Banquet Friday, Feb. 22
Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013
Utah State [University] football will hold its end of the season banquet Friday, Feb. 22, at 5 p.m., at the Riverwoods Conference Center at Spring Hill Suites in Logan. Cost of the event is $28 per person.
The night starts at 5 p.m., with a reception, followed by dinner at 5:30 p.m. Head coach Matt Wells will address the audience, show some season highlights and present team awards.
Anyone interested in attending the banquet should contact the USU Ticket Office at 1-888-USTATE-1 or at (435) 797-0305. Fans can also register online or at the following link http://bit.ly/YddGUk. Pre-registration is required. Walk-ups will not be accepted on the night of the banquet.
Utah State had its most successful season in school history in 2012 as it went 11-2 and set school records for wins (11) and home wins (6), while recording just its second bowl win in school history with a 41-15 victory against Toledo in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. USU also won its first outright conference championship since 1936 and just its third in school history joining the 1921 and 1936 teams that both won Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference titles.
Nationally, Utah State was one of just 19 teams to finish the 2012 season with 11 or more wins and USU was one of just four teams across the country who did not lose a league game joining Ohio State (8-0) from the Big Ten and Kent State (8-0) and Northern Illinois (8-0) from the Mid-American Conference.
Utah State ended the 2012 season nationally ranked for just the third time in school history as it finished the year ranked 16th in the Associated Press poll, 17th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' poll and 22nd in the Bowl Championship Series standings.
Utah State also finished the 2012 season winning its final seven games, which is tied for the fourth-longest active winning streak in the nation and tied for the third-longest winning streak in school history.
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