(USA Today Sports Images)Utah State is the kind of program coaches normally use as a stepping stone to better jobs, that is, if Utah State had enough success to propel any coaches to better jobs.
For decades, the Aggies were a dormant program. They had no outright conference titles since 1936 and no 10-win seasons ever. Then they got a coach in Gary Andersen that brought that kind of unprecedented success, and a funny thing happened.
He wanted to stick around.
Utah State's 41-15 win over Toledo in the Potato Bowl caps the greatest season in program history, at least since facemasks started appearing on helmets. And with Anderson staying put, there's no reason to believe Utah State can't continue to have success.
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