MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 2013


Eastern and Big Sky links

The Eagles returned yesterday from Texas, and have some work to do following their 49-34 loss at Sam Houston State. Speaking of which, yesterday's links didn't include a game story from the Huntsville Item, so here it is. Next up for the Eagles is Weber...

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Chalich picks up player of week award

Idaho quarterback Chad Chalich, a redshirt freshman from Coeur d'Alene, was named independent offensive player of the week by College Sports Madness after collecting 424 total yards in a 26-24 win over Temple on Saturday. The Vandals (1-4) are one of seven independent teams in...

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 29, 2013


Eastern, Big Sky links

The Eagles can leave it all behind now, getting ready for Big Sky play after Saturday's 49-34 loss at Sam Houston State. Here's my game story, and my story on the success of the Sam Houston program. Elsewhere in the Big Sky Conference, Montana State...

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 2013

Chiefs tie club record with 4-0 start

The Spokane Chiefs set a club record Saturday while playing their first home game of the Western Hockey League season. Spokane's 2-1 win over the Tri-City Americans boosted its record to 4-0 and tied the 1992-93 Chiefs for the best start in team history. Read...

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Idaho QB Chad Chalich gets his helmet spun around as he’s brought down by Temple’s Sharif Finch in the second quarter. (Associated Press)

Young Vandals give Petrino first win

The last Idaho quarterback to rush for at least 100 yards was Doug Nussmeier in 1993. The last Idaho QB to rush for 100-plus yards and pass for 200-plus yards was Scott Linehan in 1984. And the last Idaho QB to eclipse 100 yards rushing...

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Eastern, Sam Houston State delayed

HUNTSVILLE, Texas - Eastern Washington's football game here against Sam Houston State was delayed for 90 minutes while a lightning storm passed through south central Texas. The game was scheduled to resume at 1:25 p.m. PDT.

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Sam Houston State doing it right

HUNTSVILLE, Texas – The plains of east Texas look nothing like the West Plains of Spokane County – especially on a hot and sticky Saturday morning. The land here is flat and green. The trees are thicker, and so is the traffic, which fans out...

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Idaho-Temple preview

For the first time, the Idaho and Temple football teams will meet today. Both teams are looking for their first breakthrough of the season, and it's homecoming in Moscow. We've got our usual preview in capsule form below.

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Eastern and Big Sky links

Yes,everything IS a little bigger in Texas - even the hotel rooms. The Eagles are spending the weekend at the LaTorretta Resort in Conroe, the same place where Alabama stayed a few weeks ago for their win at nearby Texas A&M. Several players have already...

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Eagles don't feel the heat - yet

MONTGOMERY, Texas – One thing for sure: the Eastern Washington football players have a lot of sweat equity in today’s game at Sam Houston State. Leaving behind a 45-degree morning in Cheney, the Eagles practiced Friday evening under the lights of a Texas High School...

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 2013

Undefeated Chiefs set for home opener

Before the Western Hockey League season began, Spokane Chiefs coach Don Nachbaur mentioned how the team's difficult early-season schedule would allow the players to bond. The Chiefs are playing eight of their first 10 games on the road, but three of those road games are...

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