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  • Vandals start quickly, top cold-shooting UO

    EUGENE, Ore. – Brandon Wiley scored 14 for Idaho and the Vandals held off the Oregon Ducks’ second-half rally to win 69-65 Tuesday night. Landon Tatum added 11 points for …


  • Vandals lose squeaker as Grizzlies hold off valiant effort

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho coach Don Verlin left Montana three weeks ago after a 42-point drubbing from the Grizzlies and made a simple, candid declaration. The Vandals didn’t compete, he …


  • Seattle holds tough during Idaho’s late rally

    SEATTLE – Seattle University’s men’s basketball team defeated Idaho 66-56 in the 2010 Elgin Baylor Classic on Saturday at KeyArena. Guard Cervante Burrell scored 14 of his game-high 20 points …


  • Barone paces Vandals in win over Eastern Michigan

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Kyle Barone had 18 points and seven rebounds to help Idaho beat Eastern Michigan 75-60 in the Basketball Travelers Classic on Sunday night. Jeff Ledbetter made four …


  • Vandals cap year with OT win

    MOSCOW, Idaho – It might not have had the stature of last year’s Humanitarian Bowl win, but Idaho’s season-ending victory on Saturday mimicked the late-game drama and excitement. Idaho blocked …


  • Geiger guides Vandals past Hawks

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Deremy Geiger scored 17 points and hit four 3-pointers as Idaho beat Monmouth 69-66 Saturday night in the Basketball Travelers Classic. Luiz Toledo and Jeff Ledbetter each …


  • Late score denies Vandals another bowl trip

    FRESNO, Calif. – Just when it looked like Idaho’s postseason hopes had been dashed, the Vandals responded with their biggest play of the season – an 86-yard touchdown on a …


  • Vandals pull away from Eagles

    Despite missing eight of its first nine shots and coughing up every bit of a 17-point second-half lead, the University of Idaho found a way to finish at Reese Court …


  • Idaho’s O-line builds momentum

    MOSCOW, Idaho – When the Idaho football team conjured up a breakthrough last year after a decade of losing, the Vandals had the luxury of banking on a solid-as-granite offensive …


  • UI shooting woeful in loss

    MISSOULA – Will Cherry scored 24 points and Brian Qvale added 21 as Montana routed Idaho 75-33 in nonconference men’s basketball Monday night. The Vandals shot a woeful 12 percent …


  • Greenwood, Jackson score twice to keep Idaho bowl hopes alive

    LOGAN, Utah – Eric Greenwood scored two touchdowns in the first half and Deonte Jackson scored twice in the second half to push Idaho past Utah State 28-6 Saturday. Idaho …


  • Locals roundup: Vandals’ Small adds to honors

    Chelsea Small has recorded another first in her second season on the University of Idaho women’s soccer team. The sophomore forward from Solana Beach, Calif., became the Vandals’ first academic …


  • Roundup: Idaho begins basketball season 3-0

    Yinka Olorunnife totaled 17 points and 12 rebounds and Idaho (3-0) overcame a sluggish start to escape with a 64-63 double-overtime nonconference win over UC Santa Barbara (0-4) Saturday in …


  • Portland Pilots down Vandals

    MOSCOW, Idaho – There were moments Saturday night when the many new faces on the Idaho men’s basketball team appeared to be meshing just how coach Don Verlin envisioned before …


  • Lavarias shines for UI defense

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Aaron Lavarias was just beginning an interview with a reporter Tuesday when Idaho football coach Robb Akey walked past the Vandals’ most productive defender and offered the …


  • Cougars outgun Vandals at Beasley Coliseum

    PULLMAN – Washington State had two opponents it had to overcome Tuesday night before 6,024 fans at Beasley Coliseum. One was the Idaho Vandals, the Cougars’ rival from down the …


  • WSU, Idaho collide for the 265th time

    PULLMAN – They may not play in football anymore, but Washington State and Idaho still meet every year on the basketball court. And the 265th game in the 104-year rivalry …


  • Vandals prevail in men’s hoops

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Five players scored in double figures and Idaho won its season opener, defeating Eastern Oregon 86-74 Saturday night in men’s basketball at Memorial Gym. Shawn Henderson and …


  • Vandals know Broncos will pounce on mistakes

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Reporters from all over the state this week asked Idaho players and coaches variations of the same question: What’s it going to take to finally bring down …


  • Vandals sign three of expected four

    MOSCOW, Idaho – A few days before the start of the 2010-11 season, Idaho men’s basketball coach Don Verlin is certain he has four roster spots to fill for next …


  • Idaho tired of losing to rival Boise State

    Deonte Jackson sifted through all the possibilities of Idaho’s biggest game of the season – a stunning Vandals upset, another Boise State laugher, somewhere in between – and he settled …


  • Teachers union says secret deals erode schools

    BOISE – Three education groups are seeking to join Rep. Shirley Ringo, D-Moscow, in her lawsuit over secret tax deals by the state Tax Commission, saying the alleged deals are …


  • Vandals excited to face Boise State on Friday

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho football coach Robb Akey made his feelings very clear Monday on the hazy future of the Vandals’ 40-year-old series with Boise State – at least when …


  • Idaho recreates last year’s nightmare loss to Nevada

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Early in the fourth quarter of another Idaho nightmare against Nevada, Kama Bailey wiggled away from the Wolf Pack’s kickoff coverage and started galloping down the sideline. …


  • Vandals tickled with Elmo, the redshirt freshman

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The first practice of the week was over, and Idaho quarterback Nate Enderle and tight end Taylor Elmo – the proven senior and budding redshirt freshman – …


  • Soccer notes: Vandals reboot for WAC tourney

    The University of Idaho women’s soccer team won’t have to wait long for a chance at redemption. The Vandals, who blew a chance to clinch the regular-season Western Athletic Conference …


  • Moniz leads Hawaii to rout of Idaho

    HONOLULU – Bryant Moniz threw for three touchdowns, ran for another score and streaking Hawaii won its sixth straight and became bowl eligible by defeating Idaho 45-10 on Saturday night. …


  • Vandals women roll to cross country crown

    Idaho hosted a cross country championship race Saturday for the first time in 26 years. The winning happens with a little more regularity.


  • Idaho’s Robinson brings compact size to LB

    MOSCOW, Idaho – At 240 pounds, Tre’Shawn Robinson is hands down the heftiest linebacker in Idaho’s playing rotation. That’s not the only distinction he holds among the brethren at his …


  • Idaho win marred; Dickson’s leg broken on dubious play

    MOSCOW, Idaho – In the moment, with the crowd stone silent and an ambulance on the Kibbie Dome turf, the only thing JoJo Dickson’s teammates could think to do was …

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