LOGAN -- Quarterback Chuckie Keeton passed for 120 yards and scored a rushing touchdown during Utah State's Wednesday night scrimmage at Romney Stadium.
Keeton completed nine of 18 passes and fellow QB went 6-for-12 for 34 yards.
Receiver Cameron Webb highlighted the night with eight catches for 101 yards while running back Joe Hill carried 12 times for 53 yards and a touchdown.
Defensively, Brian Suite recorded two sacks and a safety. Kyle Fackrell and Connor Williams each recorded a sack.
The Aggies will conclude their second week of fall camp with a situational scrimmage as part of Aggie Football Family Fun Day, sponsored by Macey's, on Saturday beginning at 2 p.m.
All practices during fall camp, which concludes on Aug. 25, are open to the public.
* UTES LIVELY IN SCRIMMAGE, PICK CAPTAINS: The Utes cleaned up their act in a 75-play scrimmage in Rice-Eccles Stadium Tuesday morning and left their coach pleased.
"We were much cleaner overall than in our first scrimmage. We had better execution on offense, took good care of the ball, tackled better and our kicking game improved," said coach Kyle Whittingham.
Jordan Wynn held his ground at quarterback, completing 6-of-9 passes for 85 yards, while Travis Wilson was 4-of-9 passing for 30 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown pass to tight end Westlee Tonga. Jon Hays connected on 3-of-6 passes for 37 yards and a 9-yard touchdown strike to Sean Fitzgerald.
Showing off his big arm was redshirt freshman Adam Schulz, who shredded the No. 3 defense with 8-of-9 passing for 153 yards and three touchdowns. The scrimmage ended on Schulz's 62-yard pass play to true freshman Brian Allen.
The defense recorded five sacks and 11 total tackles for loss, while forcing two fumbles and breaking up a pair of passes.
Later, Utah players selected team captains for the 2012 season. Two captains are from the defensive line in Star Lotulelei and Dave Kruger. On the offensive side, RB John White IV and Luke Matthews were selected.
* THUNDERBIRDS TO SCRIMMAGE SATURDAY MORNING: Southern Utah University football fans will get an chance to watch the 2012 version of the Thunderbirds in a full scrimmage Saturday morning at the SUU practice facility, and fans wanting to preview the team would be well-advised to attend as in all likelihood this will be the only full scrimmage prior to the team's season-opener at Utah State on Aug. 30.
With the season beginning on a Thursday night, rather than the typical Saturday, the team will already be into game-week mode on Aug. 25, the Saturday prior to the opener and the traditional date for the team's final scrimmage of the preseason, a factor which rules out a scrimmage on that date.
"We will have a full scrimmage this Saturday, but in all likelihood it will be our only scrimmage of the fall," SUU coach Ed Lamb said, indicating that the team will probably employ more game-action type scrimmaging in its regular practices next week rather than conduct a full-blown scrimmage.
The T-Birds will take the field at 10 a.m. and go through its normal pre-game routine before beginning the scrimmage, which is planned for about 90 minutes. Lamb indicated that the scrimmage will include all phases of the game, although special teams workouts may be conducted in one session rather than in the game flow.
Instead of a scrimmage on Aug. 25, the team and the Thunderbird Club will hold its annual Watermelon Bust from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Thunderbird Park, located east of Eccles Coliseum.