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The top 10 plays of Utah State spring camp: 10-6



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Yes, spring football has ended and yes, we have to wait four more months until fall camp and Utah State's opener at Tennessee; however, we don't have to leave the warm glowing, warming glow of spring camp just yet.

There were a glut of superb plays from this year's spring camp, so why not take a look back at 10 of (what I thought were) the best plays from this past month.

It's tricky

Number 10: Garretson to Natson to Swindall.
Nothing too fancy, just a good ol' fashioned double throw. But when it goes 40 yards for a TD, it catches your attention.

"I wanna hit him as hard as I can"

Number 9: Jefferson Court meet Frankie Sutera.
This play happened about 10 yards in front of me; I still feel concussed every time I watch it.

Poor Marwin Evans

Number 8: Kennedy Williams spins away from trouble.
A successful spin and juke move? This play is straight out of Madden. We might be seeing some big things from Williams this season.

5'8 always beats 6'3

Number 7: Jentz Painter over the shoulder pick.
With more than a few departures in the secondary from 2013, the Aggies need some play makers in the back end. If Painter keeps it up, we'll hear his name more than a few times this fall.

Perhaps the greatest spring game celebration of all time

Number 6: A game winning field goal and the ensuing celebration.
Any time you get a game winning field goal, it's good; any time you get Darell Garretson running circles around the field, it's better.

Matt Glade

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