Idaho’s “new” season started just the way the Vandals wanted – with the victory that puts them in a tie for the Western Athletic Conference lead, albeit one game into the conference season. The Vandals did it by dispatching New Mexico State 26-18 before a Homecoming crowd at the Kibbie Dome with all three elements of the team making their presence felt. Possibly more than any other was kicker Trey Farquhar with field goals of 55, 53, 39 and 32 yards. “All three phases of the game contributed,” coach Robb Akey said. “It was a more complete game. It was our football team’s best game – because we won/University of Idaho Vandals athletics PR. More here. (Moscow-Pullman Daily News photo: Dean Hare)
Question: Yeah, this game still mattered to me. How about you?