Land of milk, honey and high-percentage jump shots

Updated: August 6, 2009, 4:18 PM ET
By Kyle Whelliston | Special to ESPN.com

LOGAN, Utah -- The Cache Valley is tucked away in the Beehive State's uppermost rectangle, ultrafertile lands nestled in the foothills of high, snow-capped mountain peaks. Despite Utah's status as one of the most arid states in the nation, this northern region overflows with milk, grains and fruit.

The local university, formerly known as the Agricultural College of Utah, offers bountiful yields of other kinds. In recent years, Utah State has been college basketball's leading and ...

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