Occupy the Spectrum: 1,200 Aggie students camp out for BYU game

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LOGAN - Occupy SLC? How about Occupy the Spectrum. Over 1,200 Aggie students are camping out in Logan waiting for Utah State's highly anticipated season opener against in-state rival BYU on Friday.

Nighttime temperatures in Logan have been falling into the teens, but that hasn't kept the students from filling over 250 camp sites, and students are still lining up for the first come, first served seat selection.

KSL-TV's Rod Zundel enlisted Utah State superfan Bill Sproat, who Aggies know as "Wild Bill", to give us an insider tour of the campground. To play the video, click on the play button above.

"We're about to show those Cougars exactly what we got here in Logan, Utah," Wild Bill said.

Just be sure to bring warm gloves.

And some hot chocolate.

Email: rojackson@ksl.com Twitter: @rojackKSL

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