Watch Jalen Moore’s Utah Pump-N-Run Team Online Tonight

This year’s Utah Pump-N-Run Squad has been touring the nation participating in national-level AAU tournaments. Much like last year’s squad, Aggie fans have a special interest in tracking the progress of the team as there is an Aggie commit Jalen Moore participating. received word that the team recently completed a tournament in Anaheim, CA where they showed very well and ended up losing in the quarter-finals of the event to the eventual champion. Aggie commit Jalen Moore has been drawing more interest from recruiters around the nation, and much like Tony Jones reported a few weeks ago, more and more people are beginning to agree that he is one of the few players in these tournaments that has NBA potential. has also received word that Jalen Moore has been identified to be included in the Top 100 Watchlist for the class of 2013. It is unclear which watchlist (whether it be ESPN, MaxPreps, or others), but keep an eye open to see him entering the ranks in the near future.

Jalen’s team, the Utah Pump-N-Run Red 17U squad is currently participating in the Las Vegas LIVE Summer Basketball Tournament and will be facing off against the Arizona Stars tonight. The game is listed at 9:30 p.m. Pacific Time (10:30 p.m. Mountain) and will be streamed live at the following address:

1970-71 Utah State Basketball Media Guide

While trying to escape the incredible heat today, I scanned one of my favorite Aggie Media Guides for all to enjoy. The 1970-71 Media Guide has a special front cover dedicated to the construction of the Dee Glenn Smith Spectrum, which was known as the “Assembly Center” at the time. The guide has awesome sketch drawings of each player and shows the team sporting custom knee-high socks with the old State Outline logo on them. It also features interesting photos of the construction of the Spectrum.

The 1969-70 and 1970-71 seasons were some of the best ever at Utah State. Those teams were led by future NBA players, and Utah State Hall of Famers Marv Roberts and Nate Williams. In 1969-70 the Aggies won their first two games in the NCAA Tournament before finally bowing out in the third round to UCLA. Marv and Nate were seniors in 1970-71 and led the Aggies to their second straight big dance appearance. The brand new Spectrum actually hosted the first round game against BYU, in which the Aggies fell short 82-91.

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1970-71 Media Guide Cover