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USC or Colorado? UW doesn’t care

After dispatching the Cougars, Washington coach Chris Petersen and multiple UW players were asked if they had a preference: USC or Colorado in the Pac-12 championship?

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Line play making big difference for bowl-eligible Idaho

MOSCOW, Idaho – If you haven’t paid close attention this fall, you might be wondering how the Idaho Vandals went from 10- and 11-loss seasons – four of them in a row before 2015 – to bowl eligibility. What is the previously hapless football program doing now that it didn’t or couldn’t do for years?
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Impact player: Idaho’s Victor Sanders

For the Vandals to overtake Weber State and Montana – the only teams that finished ahead of them in the Big Sky last season – Victor Sanders needs to make another leap in his development.
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Vandals race, dance past New Mexico State, 55-23

Behind a 476-yard passing day from quarterback Matt Linehan, the Idaho Vandals clobbered New Mexico State 55-23 on Saturday to post their most convincing win over an FBS opponent – and their most points – since 2003.
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Email reveals Spear wanted to delay FCS move

A week before the University of Idaho announced that it would become the first school to drop from the highest level of college football, athletic director Rob Spear wanted to delay the process.
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Petrino accepts blame for Vandals shortcomings

UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 17, 2016

Paul Petrino shouldered all of the blame. The backbreaking blocked field goal, the poor execution on offense, the shoddy special teams? “That all just goes back to me,” the Idaho coach said Saturday afternoon after a second straight Pac-12 school overwhelmed the Vandals.
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UI football by the numbers

Paul Petrino is the son of a former college college coach, and he loves recruiting players who grew up with similar backgrounds.