OGDEN -- A neutral site tournament featuring Utah's college basketball teams wouldn't be as meaningful as in-state rivalry games played on home courts.That's the consensus of Utah State coach Stew Morrill and Weber State coach Randy Rahe, longtime colleagues and compatriots who will face each other in just such a contest tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Dee Events Center."It's huge for us, obviously," Rahe said of playing an in-state school at home. "It's great for our fans to have these schools like BYU that will come here and play, Utah State that will come here and play. Southern Utah now is in our league (and) we've started a series with Utah Valley, so we want to play in-state, and to have them on our home court is really a good situation for us. Everybody gets excited about it, our fans, our players, the community. I think there's a lot of interest within the state when schools play each other."