|2008 Utah State Aggies football|
|Conference||Western Athletic Conference|
|2008 record||3–9 (3–5 WAC)|
|Head coach||Brent Guy (4th season)|
|Home stadium||Romney Stadium (Capacity: 25,513)|
|2008 WAC football standings|
|No. 11 Boise State $||8||–||0||12||–||1|
|San Jose State||4||–||4||6||–||6|
|New Mexico State||1||–||7||3||–||9|
Rankings from AP Poll
The 2008 Utah State Aggies football team represented Utah State University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) college football during the 2008 season. Utah State competed as a member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), and the team played their home games in Romney Stadium in Logan, Utah.
The Aggies were led by fourth-year head coach Brent Guy. He was fired prior to the end of the season after the team compiled a 2–9 record. At Utah State, Guy never finished a season with more than three wins. He coached the Aggies in their final game, in which they defeated New Mexico State, 47–2, and completed their schedule with a 3–9 record.
|August 30||8:00 PM||at UNLV*||Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, NV||L 27–17||18,815|
|September 6||1:30 PM||at No. 18 Oregon*||Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR||L 66–24||58,060|
|September 13||6:00 PM||No. 22 Utah*||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT (Battle of the Brothers)||KJZZ||L 58–10||19,061|
|September 20||2:00 PM||Idaho||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT||Altitude||W 42–17||10,154|
|October 3||6:00 PM||No. 8 Brigham Young*||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT (Beehive Boot / Old Wagon Wheel)||KJZZ||L 34–14||23,101|
|October 11||5:30 PM||at San Jose State||Spartan Stadium • San Jose, CA||ESPNU||L 30–7||20,318|
|October 18||2:05 PM||at Nevada||Mackay Stadium • Reno, NV||L 44–17||13,159|
|October 25||1:00 PM||Fresno State||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT||KJZZ||L 30–28||14,071|
|November 1||1:00 PM||Hawaii||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT||Altitude||W 30–14||12,112|
|November 8||12:00 PM||at No. 10 Boise State||Bronco Stadium • Boise, ID||ESPN GamePlan||L 49–14||32,171|
|November 15||12:30 PM||at Louisiana Tech||Joe Aillet Stadium • Ruston, LA||L 45–38||15,320|
|November 29||1:00 PM||New Mexico State||Romney Stadium • Logan, UT||W 47–2||9,919|
|*Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game. All times are in Mountain Time.|
- Utah State 2008 Schedule/Results, ESPN, retrieved June 26, 2009.
- Guy, fired by Utah St., failed to win more than 3 games in any of four seasons, ESPN, November 17, 2008.
- "Cumulative Season Statistics". Utah State University.
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