It seems the entire tribe from the north brave and bold – to quote from the fight song — will invade southern Idaho when the Idaho Vandals play their spring game at Eagle High School’s Thunder Stadium Saturday.
The investor’s mantra – past performance does not predict future result – may be a cautionary tale for Idaho fans anticipating the Vandals’ kicking off against Washington State to begin the 2022 football season Sept. 3.
MOSCOW, Idaho – On Idaho football coach Jason Eck’s first day of spring practice, the dedicated football fan might have picked up on the painstaking attention to playing with leverage and taking proper angles the Vandals’ new staff stressed to the players.
They may have futilely chased perfection. But a half-dozen University of Idaho football players caught satisfaction and in the process piled up fuel to keep their dreams of playing professional football smoldering. And at the very least, one of them, Jonah Kim, can walk away with a smile.
While the University of Idaho has yet to name a new football coach to replace Paul Petrino, who was let go after nine seasons, the Vandals welcomed two new players in the NCAA early signing period Wednesday.