Idaho has a "Brown Out"

USU overcomes deficit to beat the Vandals by 9 in Moscow.

Tony Brown made seven of 10 3-point shots to tie his career best in threes made and help the Aggies overcome a nine-point Vandal lead with less than 16 minutes to go to pull off a 57-46 victory. The Aggies, now 14-4, 6-3 and tied for third in the Big West Conference, had their biggest lead, 14 points, with 16 seconds left on a Desmond Penigar lay-in that put USU's leading season scorer into double figures, barely, for the eighth straight game. He had 10 on 5-for-12 shooting and six rebounds. Tony Brown became USU's No. 12 career scorer with 1,397 points.

Next up for the Aggies is UCSB at home Thursday, January 31st. The last time the two Conference foes met, USU came away with a win at the Thunderdome.

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