SALT LAKE CITY — Utah State rebounded from its heartbreaking loss last week with a 60-13 thrashing of New Mexico State, aiding its fan base the best overall in Week 2 of KSL College Football Pick'em.
The Aggie fan base correctly picked 81 percent of its games, scoring an average of 19.7 points per game. Utah fans, who picked slightly higher at 82 percent, finished second with 19.4 points. BYU, who had over 94 percent of its fan base picking a win over Cal, finished with just 73 percent correct and a 16.2 points per game average.
Only the BYU game had the majority favorite lose, with only 29 percent of all users picking Cal. In addition, the average points received across the board was low due to four of the games being low-scoring affairs.
Utah State fan Rick Miyasaki placed first overall with 187 points, while Utah fans Kem Weaver and Michael Mella finished second and third, respectively, with 183 and 179 points. The weekly winners will receive a $100, $75, or $50 VISA gift card courtesy of the Karl Malone Auto Group.
Below are the results from Week 2, including the updated leaderboard from the KSL Sports group.
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