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MONDAY, OCT. 29, 2012

Idaho Vandal Suspended For Tweet 

Update: Gesser: UI will visit in offseason possibly monitoring or limiting Twitter among players. Says Elmo's suspension was for more than his tweet -- Josh Wright via SR sports tweet. A University of Idaho football player who put out a tweet criticizing the school's athletic...

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TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 2012

Akey Surprised By Midseason Firing 

Robb Akey knew his Idaho coaching staff needed a pick-me-up after a 70-28 loss to Louisiana Tech on Saturday. So he called a staff meeting for Sunday afternoon to suggest some changes, find some bright spots and go over recruiting plans heading into the final...

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MONDAY, OCT. 1, 2012

Akey: Uncertainty Hurting Recruiting 

With athletic director Rob Spear still trying to piece together 12 games for next year, Akey acknowledged the uncertainty is having a “tremendous impact on our recruiting, our planning for the future, on everything.” The instability has most clearly manifested itself in recruiting. Akey said...

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TUESDAY, OCT. 5, 2010

AD Refuses To Discuss Ticket Shortage 

Student ticket availability for the Nov. 12 football game against Boise State was scheduled to continue through Wednesday, but tickets were sold out by 4 p.m. Monday. Students were originally told they would be allotted their student ticket as well as the opportunity to buy...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010

Wright: UI's Spear Reacts To BSU Move 

“Well, it’s never good to lose any member,” he said while traveling in Boise. “When you lose an institution like Boise State, which has had recent BCS success, it’s not a good thing for our league. But one thing about the Western Athletic Conference, it’s...

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