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  • WSU-Idaho game statistics

    For 09-22-2013


  • Akey happy now just being dad

    MOSCOW, Idaho – He was a gregarious personality on the Washington State and Idaho sidelines, leaping, hugging and chest-bumping with his players for 14 seasons on the Palouse. But now, …


  • Russell remembers Idaho fondly

    PULLMAN – Tales of how he broke into this profession aside, Eric Russell stops and circles back to the message coach Mike Leach tries to drill into his players each …


  • Late fumble haunts Vandals in loss to Northern Illinois

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Early in the fourth quarter on Saturday afternoon, what seemed improbable started to unfold in front of some 10,000 astonished Idaho fans at the Kibbie Dome. The …


  • Northern Illinois comes back to top Idaho

    Jordan Lynch threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as heavily-favored Northern Illinois held off Idaho 45-35 on Saturday.


  • University of Idaho gets OK to add another law school year in Boise

    BOISE – Idaho’s state Board of Education approved adding another year of law school education in Boise on Monday, but not before some board members objected to adding more lawyers …


  • Vandals’ Bradley gets Petrino’s message

    Paul Petrino looked over his right shoulder and noticed that one of the stars of Idaho’s first fall scrimmage was listening.


  • Idaho prepared for first-year grind

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho quarterbacks coach Bryce Erickson says he’s never been on a coaching staff that works as hard. Offensive coordinator Kris Cinkovich sees the same thing he witnessed …


  • Idaho prepared for first-year grind

    Idaho quarterbacks coach Bryce Erickson says he’s never been on a coaching staff that works as hard.


  • Univ. of Idaho proposing new mansion for president

    MOSCOW, Idaho — The University of Idaho wants to demolish the school president’s residence and build a new one to help attract a new leader.


  • Farming’s shifting future: Fewer ag graduates returning home

    REXBURG, Idaho – The agriculture industry is growing rapidly and, increasingly, young adults and teens are considering careers in agronomy, agribusiness and animal sciences. Enrollment in agricultural programs at both …


  • UI’s arrival to create changes

    Big Sky Conference men’s and women’s basketball teams will play an 18-game conference schedule starting in 2014-15, Big Sky Conference Commissioner Doug Fullerton announced Thursday. Conference presidents approved the schedules, …


  • UI’s Runner might face felony charge over punch

    An Idaho football player could face a felony assault charge for his part in an altercation that ended the career of former Washington State receiver Mansel Simmons. Pullman Police announced …


  • UI puts dream to beat, steering away from traditional recital

    It began 22 years ago as a way for performing arts students at the University of Idaho to transform a traditional recital. “Music recitals irritated me to death,” said Diane …


  • CdA colleges expanding

    Coeur d’Alene is starting to look like a college town. Not the type with dorms and dive bars and VW bugs zipping everywhere. But the kind where institutions of higher …


  • Tuition rising next fall at Idaho universities

    BOISE – The State Board of Education voted Wednesday to hike the price of attending Idaho’s public universities, sustaining a trend of annual tuition increases yet still keeping tuition costs …


  • Idaho approves university tuition hikes

    The State Board of Education voted Wednesday to hike the price of attending Idaho’s public universities, sustaining a trend of annual tuition increases yet still keeping tuition costs under $7,000 …


  • Student sues fraternity after falling

    A University of Idaho student injured after falling from a three-tiered bunk bed at the Delta Chi house following a party two years ago is now suing the national fraternal …


  • Golf: Former Idaho player Kayla Mortellaro follows path to LPGA she saw as youngster

    Tom Mortellaro flipped on the television to the Golf Channel, new to the airwaves in the mid 1990s, intent on improving his game and learning more about the swing. Without …


  • UI football returning to Sun Belt

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho needed a stable Football Bowl Subdivision home for its football program. The Sun Belt Conference needed to get to 12 teams so it …


  • Police: WSU player conscious after spat with Vandals

    A Washington State University football player regained consciousness Monday following an alleged Sunday brawl involving his teammates and players from the University of Idaho in Pullman.


  • Idaho finds value in humbling loss

    STORRS, Conn. – The Idaho women’s basketball team will enter the 2013-14 season as one of the teams to watch in the WAC, with all five starters returning from the …


  • Young Vandals never gave up

    The Idaho Vandals could have folded the tent after a conference- opening loss dropped their overall record to 3-9 on Dec. 29. Instead, the Vand- als are packing their bags …


  • Vandals hit all net: Berth in NCAAs

    LAS VEGAS – They sang and danced their way into history and out of town, snagging the championship and taking pieces of the net as souvenirs. Idaho coach Jon Newlee …


  • Karr’s buzzer-beater lifts UI past San Jose St.

    LAS VEGAS – Krissy Karr wasn’t supposed to be the one taking the shot. But given how much the Idaho women’s basketball team struggled in its WAC tournament opener against …


  • Priest Lake history told through just-released photo collection

    Seventy years of Priest Lake history told through 380 photographs are now on display in your home, office or wherever you want to view them. The Priest Lake Museum Association …


  • 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 …


  • Eye on Boise: Universities get ‘small step’ toward deferred maintenance

    BOISE – At the start of this year’s session, Idaho’s legislative budget writers heard a report on deferred maintenance at the state’s public universities, complete with shocking pictures showing rotting …


  • Coming up: Idaho Vandals

    COMING UP: Saturday vs. Seattle U, 7:05 p.m. OUTLOOK: The Vandals close the regular season with a game that doesn’t mean anything for next week’s WAC tournament. They’ll be the …


  • President’s likely departure a disappointment for UI

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The apparent departure of another University of Idaho president is a cause for concern, Idaho State Board of Education Vice President Don Soltman said. Since 2003, the …

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