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It’s not the NCAAs, but CIT still valued reward for Vandals

It doesn’t have the prestige of the NCAA Tournament, or even the College Basketball Invitational that the University of Idaho played in last year. But the Postseason Tournament affords the Vandals something that men’s basketball coach Don Verlin holds in high regard.

Fire on ice: Vandals heat up, pound Rams in Potato Bowl

Idaho took control in the second quarter and built a 34-point lead in the third quarter as the Vandals knocked off heavily favored Colorado State 61-50 in the 20th Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Thursday before a crowd of 24,975 at Boise State’s Albertsons Stadium.

Young linebackers step up for Vandals

Ed Hall is a walk-on-turned-starter whose dad plays on a reality TV show. Kaden Elliss is a turnover-producing force whose dad starred in the NFL. Tony Lashley, whose position coach says he has a Ray Lewis-like mindset, is Idaho’s leading tackler.

Football preview: Georgia State Panthers at Idaho Vandals

They’re guaranteed to go to a bowl and finish fourth in the Sun Belt. So what’s left to motivate the Vandals as they finish the regular season against Georgia State? Plenty. Twenty seniors, including four from Paul Petrino’s first recruiting class in 2013, will be honored before the game as part of senior day.