It’s just a matter of time for defensive end Benson Mayowa, an eighth-year NFL veteran.
David Ungerer III says he’s “nothing but blessed.”
The variables of planning to operate a college athletics program in a pandemic are maddening.
Former Idaho quarterback Mason Petrino will add to his family’s coaching legacy.
Idaho football’s spring game has been canceled, the school announced Saturday.
Before the start of Ferris’ football season last fall, coach Tom Yearout got the kind of pleasant surprise coaches dream about. Tarynce Antolin, who won a state championship the previous year at Hawaii’s Waipahu High School, had moved with his family to Spokane and would play his senior season at Ferris.
In its 11-player early signing class, Idaho added intriguing athletic talent. It built on its legacy. It brought in several players who are expected to play immediately and it poached a former Cougar.
Mason Petrino threw for a career-high 491 yards and tied the school record with six touchdown passes to lead Idaho past Northern Arizona 60-53 in overtime.
With a nod to “Sesame Street,” this game is brought to you by the number 5.
At the conclusion of practice Wednesday, Jeff Cotton and Noah Johnson were dripping sweat. Cotton was the last guy off the field after catching a few passes from Idaho’s freshman quarterbacks – perhaps to allow them years down the road to say, “Yeah, I threw to Jeff Cotton.”
Being held to a net 16 yards of offense in the first half and finding itself trailing 24-0 should have left Idaho demoralized against Sacramento State.
Idaho has two games remaining to validate a season that has come up short on expectations.