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BYU and USU 2012 highlights and one-armed point guard owns the court



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LOGAN — The Utah State Aggies just finished their best football season in school history and now they are losing their coach.

While Andersen heading to Wisconsin may be a bitter pill for fans to swallow, he did give you an incredible season and here's a look at their 11-2 run.

USU athletics put this together and it reminds us that the Aggies had some dominant performances this year and were a mere five points from going undefeated.

BYU 2012 Highlights

The BYU Cougars will finish their season against Sand Diego State in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl on Thursday.

The season has been a disappointment for many fans, but they still had some good moments and this video put together by the athletic department gives you a glimpse at some of those better moments.

They even managed to get highlights from all three quarterbacks who started this year, Riley Nelson, Taysom Hill and James Lark.

NOTE: I didn't leave Utah out on purpose. I looked for a highlight video for them as well, but couldn't find one. If you know of one email me the link.

One-Armed Baller

Zach Hodskins is 6 feet 2 inches and plays guard for Milton high School in Georgia.

The kid can ball and while his moves, ball-handling skills and shot are impressive it's downright mind boggling when you realize Zach was born with one arm.

This one-minute video highlights some of what Zach can do and it's more than I could ever dream to do with three arms.

Realizing how much hard work, determination and focus went into Zach's training is truly inspiring.

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John Clyde

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