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  • Idaho falls to Southern Utah in OT after late free throw misses

    Southern Utah used a 10-1 run in overtime to take control and down the Idaho Vandals 85-83 in Big Sky Conference play.


  • Blanchette: Sarbaugh a happy wanderer

    Let’s check out the dust jacket of the book on Chris Sarbaugh, the one titled, “Four Colleges in Five Years.”


  • Women’s basketball: WSU, Whitworth win; Idaho loses in overtime

    Dawnyelle Awa scored a career-high 19 points and Washington State beat Kansas 66-53 in Lawrence, Kansas, on Sunday, in the Cougars’ final tuneup for Pac-12 play.


  • Basketball assistant at Idaho put on leave

    The University of Idaho has placed men’s basketball assistant coach Joe Ford on administrative leave pending an investigation into his conduct while he was an assistant at University of Pacific. …


  • Chris Sarbaugh transferring to Idaho

    Chris Sarbaugh, the 2011 MVP of the Washington State 4A Tournament while playing for Gonzaga Prep, will be joining the Idaho Vandals for his final season of collegiate basketball.


  • Idaho’s Connor Hill reflects on big win over Washington State

    The next time Idaho senior Connor Hill sees his Washington State men’s basketball friends around the Palouse, he might be tempted to talk a little trash. In a friendly manner, …


  • Vandals reflect on breakthrough against rival WSU

    he next time Idaho senior Connor Hill sees his Washington State men’s basketball friends around the Palouse, he might be tempted to talk a little trash.


  • Mkrtuchyan powers Vandals to victory

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Arkadiy Mkrtuchyan only had two exhibition starts and a handful of practices’ worth of experience coming into Idaho’s regular-season opener. But 15 seconds into the game it …


  • Vandals defeat L-C State in exhibition

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Perrion Callandret didn’t play much point guard in high school, but he will play a lot of it this season if he continues to perform like he …


  • Idaho Vandals men’s basketball fast facts

    Conference: Big Sky Colors: Silver, Vandal gold


  • Idaho Vandals men’s basketball 5 keys to success

    1 Growing up quickly. Coach Don Verlin’s eligible roster includes nine freshmen and sophomores, plus a JC transfer. Not that this is all so different – Verlin had 10 new …


  • Idaho’s return to Big Sky Conference embraced by coach Don Verlin

    In the fall, the Big Sky Conference makes for a touchy subject at the University of Idaho. But turn a few calendar pages and the Vandals find the topic downright …


  • Vandals wins exhibition 139-115

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The Idaho Vandals pushed the pace after every turnover, inbounds pass and rebound. They ran the floor, attacked the basket and looked for quick and easy scoring …


  • In brief: WSU’s Connor Halliday on 2014 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List

    College football: Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday has been named to the 2014 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List. Halliday is one of six Pac-12 quarterbacks included in the …


  • Veteran Vandal women’s team on a roll

    Sometimes coaches throw out several combinations of players to find a crew that works together.


  • Chicago State slips past Vandals

    Stephen Madison flew into the Idaho bench to chase down a loose ball, Mike Scott knifed into the lane for two crafty buckets and, finally, the Vandals’ holiday fog started …


  • CS Northridge defeats Vandals

    LOS ANGELES – Josh Greene scored five of his 17 points in the final 56 seconds as Cal State Northridge held off Idaho for a 79-69 victory Sunday night. Glen …


  • Vandals hang on to defeat N. Texas

    PORTLAND – Stephen Madison scored 25 points to lead Idaho past North Texas 87-76 on Friday in the Coaches vs. Cancer men’s basketball tournament. Madison, who went over 1,000 career …


  • Hill guides Idaho to exhibition win

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Connor Hill, one of only two returning starters from last year’s team, scored 22 points and led the Idaho men’s basketball team past the visiting Walla Walla …


  • King new voice of UI men’s basketball

    Chris King will be the new voice of Idaho Vandals men’s basketball. Idaho Vandals Sports Properties made the announcement on Thursday.


  • Barr played through grief in WAC finale

    The day Stacey Barr accepted the Western Athletic Conference tournament’s Most Valuable Player award would have been Bev Loveday’s 68th birthday. Barr marked the occasion by writing her late grandmother’s …


  • One last season to jump through WAC hoops

    LAS VEGAS – The elevator doors at the Orleans Hotel are papered over with the logo for the Western Athletic Conference basketball tournament playing in the arena next door, which …


  • Idaho’s Barone is WAC Player of Year

    DENVER – Idaho Vandals senior center Kyle Barone was voted the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year by the league’s basketball coaches, the conference announced on Sunday. The 6-foot-10 …


  • Idaho’s Barone WAC Player of the Year

    Idaho Vandals senior center Kyle Barone was voted the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year by the league’s basketball coaches, the conference announced on Sunday.


  • Barone, Idaho win regular-season finale

    MOSCOW, Idaho – No Idaho men’s basketball player has played more games than Kyle Barone, and Saturday night was supposed to be his memorable home sendoff. It was all right, …


  • UTSA leaves Idaho behind in 2nd half

    SAN ANTONIO – Michael Hale III scored 26 points and UTSA won its third straight basketball game, defeating Idaho 74-56 Thursday night. Kannon Burrage added 16 points and Jeromie Hill …


  • UTSA downs Idaho 74-56

    Michael Hale III scored 26 points and UTSA won its third straight basketball game, defeating Idaho 74-56 Thursday night.


  • Love’s hot shooting tops Idaho

    DENVER – Jalen Love scored 22 points on 9-of-10 shooting including four 3-pointers and Denver used a big first half to seal the deal early against Idaho with a 74-58 …


  • Mullings defeats UI again

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Deja pooh. For the second time in less than a month, New Mexico State’s Daniel Mullings beat the Idaho men’s basketball team at the free-throw line.


  • Utah State muscles past Vandals

    MOSCOW, Idaho – After the last regular-season matchup for the foreseeable future between two coaches – and two teams – who know each other like brothers, Idaho’s Don Verlin could …

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