Tags: Jordan Love/Tipo Galeai/USU Football Brad James Written by July 24, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah State Football Makes Appearance at Mountain West Media Day FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHENDERSON, Nev.-Wednesday, Utah State football made its appearance at Mountain West conference media day with various comments from head coach Gary Andersen, star junior quarterback Jordan Love and standout senior defensive end Tipa Galeai.2:39 pmGaleai later said he appreciates the support the city of Logan gives the Aggies and how he’s excited for Utah State fans that both the football and men’s basketball teams are really good.2:32 pmGaleai, when speaking about his 10.5 sacks last season, expressed his hopes that this is just the start of what is to come moving forward. He spoke of how the Aggies’ 38-31 loss at Michigan State last August 31, was his first game at Utah State and shared his exuberance of netting two sacks against the Big Ten-affiliated Spartans. Galeai confirmed his beliefs that his 10.5 sacks are just the “starting point” for what is to come.2:24 pmLove told Mountain West media that if the offense should bog down, the Aggies are blessed to have a kicker of the caliber of senior Dominik Eberle, who was named to the Lou Groza watch list earlier Wednesday.2:00 pmAndersen lauded junior linebacker David Woodward as he says his football knowledge is increasing and he has been consistent, comparably to Love, in his practice this offseason.1:52 pmWhen speaking about senior tailback Gerold Bright, Andersen praised him for his selflessness with the additions of junior college transfer Jaylen Warren and graduate transfer Riley Burt in the program. Andersen said most tailbacks in this situation might panic but Bright has been a solid teammate in bringing Warren and Burt up to speed on the playbook. Andersen says he expects “big plays” from Bright as this is what the Aggies’ offense is predicated upon.1:46 pmAndersen confirmed he has a great leader in Love in comments he shared with the media. He stated that Love has had some good times and bad times this offseason, but he always brings forth his best effort and is incredibly consistent in his play.