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Talented Broncos have chance at something special in 2015

Bryan Harsin closed out the 2014 season by hoisting the Fiesta Bowl trophy for the third time during Boise State’s remarkable rise. That was far from the most important moment …


2015 week-by-week NFL schedule

2015 schedule All times Pacific


Brotherhood: Idaho’s Dallas Sandberg looks to brother for guidance, inspiration

Dallas Sandberg’s pregame ritual will be the same as it’s always been tonight as Idaho kicks off its season against Ohio. He’ll run out of the tunnel and take a …


Joe Dahl anchors what should be one of Cougars’ best offensive lines

Joe Dahl is the left tackle who protects his quarterback’s blindside, a role that combines the trope of an offensive lineman’s gritty anonymity with the celebrity of collectively understood importance …


Northeast 2B: Lind-Ritzville/Sprague primed for another postseason run

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s quest for a third consecutive State 2B title ended last November during a windy, bitterly cold semifinal against Okanogan at Moses Lake. Okanogan, using its potent running game, ended …


Central Valley’s Scott Peck ready to stand out

Scott Peck has been on quite an odyssey. For the first time since early in his sophomore year, the Central Valley senior will play sports injury free.


New wrinkles in offense could help offset loss of quickness

Last year, the Eagles could count on the elusiveness of All-American Vernon Adams Jr. at quarterback. Now the reins are in the hands of dropback passer Jordan West. Similarly, it …


Cardinals, Rams closing in on Seahawks

If the Seattle Seahawks become the first team to win three straight NFC titles, they’ll likely do so as champions of their division yet again. But the reigning conference champs …


Washington trying to recapture old formula that produced quality offensive lines

For all the mystery over who might be the alpha dog at the University of Washington this season, there’s a much larger question. Fifteen hundred pounds worth.


White Star League: Old North Star League teams still trying to keep up

The old North Star League football teams won’t be a match for the old Whitepine League teams in the second year of the combination league. Deary and Kendrick rode roughshod …


Washington State needs good start to bounce back from miserable 2014 season

With returning starters at quarterback, along both offensive and defensive line and every assistant coach back from the program’s first bowl trip in a decade, excitement swirled around the Washington …


Intermountain League: Timberlake Tigers still the team to chase

If anyone is synonymous with Intermountain League football championships it’s Timberlake coach Roy Albertson. Entering his 13th season after “retiring” from a similar position at Chewelah, Albertson has directed Timberlake …


IEL 4A: Sandpoint heavy favorite for playoffs

Satini Puailoa returned for his second stint as Sandpoint’s head coach in 2012 and the season opener offered a memorable, telling moment. The Bulldogs punted against East Valley and the …


IEL 5A: Coeur d’Alene has two options at quarterback

Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or Post Falls is going to win the 5A Inland Empire League title and host a state playoff game. Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or …


Great Northern League: Cheney’s Graham born to play, as well as others with football pedigree

The football has been in Ty Graham’s hands since he was out of diapers, so why stop now? Last year, the Cheney star saw action at almost every skill position …


Northeast A: Freeman picked to return to the top

All of the signs pointed to Freeman last year. The Scotties, basking in the glow from their 2013 State 1A title, opened last season on the national radar, ranked 25th …


Central Idaho League: St. Maries full of ambition after last season’s success

Craig Tefft enters his sixth season at St. Maries more excited than he’s ever been. The excitement is palatable through town, too.


Idaho Vandals storylines: Jake Luton ready if Matt Linehan stumbles

There’s really no question as to what Matt Linehan’s low point of his redshirt freshman season was. He threw three interceptions and fumbled twice in a home contest versus Arkansas …


Independents: Wallace coach Jared Young ushers in new era

Jared Young is just the third coach in four decades at Wallace. He follows in the big steps of Dave Rounds, who followed in the big shadow of Norm Walker.


GSL 3A; Mt. Spokane the team to beat

The quality of play in the GSL 3A isn’t likely to be as deep as in 4A. The easy pick to win is Mt. Spokane, a team that’s been there …


High school football week-to-week schedule

Week by week All times Pacific unless otherwise noted


Northeast 1B North: Republic aiming for title game this season

Republic rumbled through the Northeast 1B North league last year and lost in the state semifinals. But the 2015 version of the Tigers could be more dangerous. Coach Chris Burch …


Southeast 1B: Liberty Christian still the team to beat

When Liberty Christian loses a class of seniors, other coaches then have to worry about the next class to step up. The Patriots won the Southeast 1B league last season …


Northeast 1B South: Sophomore QB Colton Hunt leads favored Odessa-Harrington

A year after running the table in the Northeast 1B South league, the Odessa-Harrington Titans are looking to make another run at the state playoffs. First year head coach Jeff …