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Feb. 10, 2016, 8:37 p.m.
The Vandals are still at least a week away from welcoming starting point guard Perrion Callandret back into the fold from his right foot sprain.

Feb. 3, 2016, 7:17 p.m.
Ty Egbert might be getting tired of people pointing out his weight. You see, Egbert is what you would call skinny. He’s well aware of it.

Feb. 1, 2016, 10:41 p.m.
Growing up in Illinois, Mason Petrino used to be certain his collegiate future would happen on a soccer pitch. Of course, he also knew the family business was also certain to come calling.

Jan. 30, 2016, 10:22 p.m.
Chris Sarbaugh is usually the one dishing out assists to teammates. With 10 seconds remaining in Saturday night’s Big Sky Conference contest against Portland State, Nate Sherwood took it upon himself to dish something out to his senior point guard — advice.

Jan. 28, 2016, 10:55 p.m.
Sacramento State escaped the Cowan Spectrum on Thursday night, downing Idaho 65-63 in front of an announced 1,228 fans.

Jan. 26, 2016, 4:52 p.m.
Victor Sanders, Idaho’s leading scorer this season, will miss three to seven weeks due to a broken hand, head coach Don Verlin revealed on Tuesday.

Dec. 18, 2015, 10:47 p.m.
Knowing the same struggle his fellow scout-team member endures as a young player adjusting to Division-I basketball, Skyler White made a habit Friday night to give Jake Straughan a special shout-out every time the local product splashed in a 3-pointer.

Dec. 16, 2015, 6:50 p.m.
Paul Petrino can comb through his resume at the receivers position and roll off names such as Harry Douglas and Roddy White from his one season as receivers coach with the Atlanta Falcons.

Dec. 5, 2015, 10:41 p.m.
It’s always noticeable when Arkadiy Mkrtychyan isn’t among Idaho’s five players on the court.

Dec. 2, 2015, midnight
MOSCOW – Perrion Callandret wasn’t trying to think about it too much, even though the game was on the line. Callandret, calm, cool and collected drained a pair of free throws both with 19 and 11 seconds left to give the Vandals all the wiggle room needed to come out with a 67-63 win over Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday at Memorial Gym.

Nov. 28, 2015, 9:56 p.m.
The last play of Quinton Bradley’s Idaho career was similar to many that came before. He came around the edge and punished the quarterback, flattening Texas State’s Tyler Jones just as he released the football. The feeling that came afterward is something that was noticeably lacking in his five-year stay in Moscow. Assured victory.

Nov. 21, 2015, 10:48 p.m.
Chad and Nate Sherwood summoned up a little bit of déjà vu from their days at West Albany High.

Nov. 21, 2015, 9:50 p.m.
Sandpoint’s seniors had to pay a postgame toll to coach Satini Puailoa before they could leave the locker room on Saturday afternoon at the Kibbie Dome.

Nov. 14, 2015, 10:37 p.m.
Jalin Moore rushed for 244 yards and Appalachian State controlled possession for 37 minutes in a 47-20 victory over the Idaho Vandals on Saturday.

Nov. 14, 2015, 12:23 a.m.
Viont’e Daniels is over how frustrating his recruiting process was. And if we’re being exact, it only took him one minute and 17 seconds to bury that frustration with the first 3-point shot of his collegiate career.

Nov. 12, 2015, 12:15 a.m.
Two things have remained constant for Idaho men’s basketball since Don Verlin took the helm of the program in 2008.

Nov. 12, 2015, 12:15 a.m.
If Pat Ingram can follow in the footsteps of other point guards to join Idaho out of a junior college then he should be thrilled. In fact, the guy he hopes to replace, Mike Scott, was a JC product himself.

Nov. 12, 2015, 12:15 a.m.
Myles Franklin only played in 13 combined minutes in Idaho’s two exhibition games, but the true freshman point guard out of Newhall, California, made the most out of them.

Sept. 27, 2015, midnight
MOSCOW, Idaho – A familiar script is starting to develop for Idaho when it comes to Sun Belt Conference games within the confines of the Kibbie Dome. Momentum swings gone awry and leaving with the feeling of “what if?”

Sept. 26, 2015, midnight
The University of Idaho has placed men’s basketball assistant coach Joe Ford on administrative leave pending an investigation into his conduct while he was an assistant at University of Pacific. Pacific has hired an outside, independent investigator to look in to a possible inappropriate relationship Ford had with a female student-athlete while coaching at the school. This was first reported by CBS Sports.

Sept. 20, 2015, midnight
MOSCOW, Idaho – Matt Linehan has never been happier to see the Vulcan Salute. Fans of the popular Sci-Fi series Star Trek know the symbol well – Spock sticks his thumb out and creates a ‘V’ with his other four fingers to express living long and prospering. For Linehan, a redshirt sophomore, it’s hopefully a symbol of many career victories and a prosperous career full of touchdowns as the starting quarterback at Idaho.

Sept. 6, 2015, midnight
PULLMAN – Malik Roberson tried his best to block out the distractions that usually come with a homecoming. Successfully pulling the strings for one of the biggest upsets in college football eventually made that difficult.

Sept. 4, 2015, midnight
MOSCOW, Idaho – It only took two plays for the reality check that not much has changed in the Kibbie Dome despite a shakeup of the defensive staff. Two snaps after the opening kickoff, Ohio receiver Brendan Cope found himself wide open in the middle of the field, and his 50-yard catch and scamper set up an Ohio touchdown.

Sept. 3, 2015, midnight
Dallas Sandberg’s pregame ritual will be the same as it’s always been tonight as Idaho kicks off its season against Ohio. He’ll run out of the tunnel and take a look to his right. There, about halfway up section 18, adjacent to the 30-yard line, will be his older brother, Corey Sandberg, waiting to acknowledge and give him a look of reassurance.

Sept. 3, 2015, midnight
There’s really no question as to what Matt Linehan’s low point of his redshirt freshman season was. He threw three interceptions and fumbled twice in a home contest versus Arkansas State. Coach Paul Petrino benched him the next week at San Diego State.