The Colorado State Rams trail the Utah State Aggies at halftime of Saturday's game, 17-0. The Rams are trying to get back on the winning track after dropping their last two games, but so far those efforts have been unsuccessful.
The Aggies opened the first quarter with 10 unanswered points. Kerwynn Williams took a 26-yard run to the house, which gave Utah State its first points of the game. Then, a 20-yard field goal by kicker Josh Thompson extended the Aggies' lead.
Chuckie Keeton and Matt Austin hooked up for a short touchdown pass for the only score of the second quarter. That play capped an 18-play, 85-yard drive, which took more than seven minutes off the game clock.
The Aggies have dominated the Rams, putting up 278 yards of total offense in the first half, compared to Colorado State's 61.
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