The lowdown on Logan

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Utah State wide receiver Brandon Swindall scores against San Jose State during the second half of an NCAA college football game on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Football rivalries are usually based on beating each other up on a pretty even basis, but that's not the case with Boise State and Utah State. The Aggies have lost all but three of their 17 meetings with the Broncos, including the last ten.

But just because it's one-sided now, doesn't mean the Broncos approach the game any differently. In fact, Boise State used all of their bye week prepping for the Aggies, and know this game will go a long way in deciding the Mountain West Conference Mountain Division title.

"Both teams will come out playing their hearts out. I think that we both know it's an important game, and I'm expecting for both sides to scratch and claw," said senior quarterback Joe Southwick.

"I mean, we're preparing for this game like it's the Mountain West Championship itself. Just like every game for the rest of the season, we're thinking of it like the Mountain West Championship because that's basically what it is to us. We still have a chance, we see it all in front of us, and we know it's all still there," added sophomore safety Dillon Lukehardt.

You'll know all about it if you stay tuned to KBOI 2. We'll bring you live coverage from Logan. Starting with pregame coverage before kickoff, and putting a bow on the game Saturday night. You won't want to miss it.