Utah State has been flat after halftime

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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Too much water at halftime? The third quarter is when things seem to fall apart for Utah State, which has lost 14 consecutive games, a school record.

The Aggies have lost the lead or fallen far behind in the third quarter of recent games. They managed just two yards on offense in that period Saturday during a 31-21 loss to Louisiana Tech.

"I didn't realize the third quarter was that big of a frenzy until watching it all again on tape on Sunday," tight end Jimmy Bohm said.

"I did realize they got a bunch of points on us. We've just got to figure out a way to come out of the locker room at halftime and have that intensity, be ready to go," Bohm said.

Utah State, 0-8, plays at Fresno State this week.

"I've already gotten a few suggestions, but we've got to come out and perform and play in the third quarter," coach Brent Guy said.

He plans to use Leon Jackson III and Jase McCormick at quarterback.

"Both of them do something a little bit different. ... We'll keep practicing and both guys will play and see who moves the team," Guy said. ------ Information from: The Herald Journal, http://www.hjnews.com

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) APTV-10-30-07 1619MDT

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