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Idaho looks to end season with win

MOSCOW, Idaho – It’s been in the back of Adam Juratovac’s mind for several weeks now. The senior offensive lineman knew his University of Idaho football career was barreling to a conclusion, so last week he allowed himself a rare moment of nostalgia. During the Vandals’ bye week, Juratovac stood inside the Kibbie Dome and thought back to 2005. The right guard was a redshirt freshman in Nick Holt’s final season as coach, and the program was in shambles.

Sports in brief: Idaho’s Enderle expected to play

College football: Idaho quarterback Nathan Enderle (pictured) is expected to play on Saturday in the regular-season finale against Utah State in Moscow. Enderle has missed the last two games with a rotator cuff injury. Idaho (7-4, 4-3 WAC) lost both games, and is coming off a bye week. Brian Reader started in his place.

Victories help open doors for Vandals

MOSCOW, Idaho – It won’t fully materialize until signing day in February, but one offshoot of the University of Idaho football program’s upswing is more open doors in recruiting. The Vandals have eight known verbal commitments, and five have come within a 220-mile radius of Moscow. Although the list doesn’t include any Spokane or Coeur d’Alene recruits, the increased visibility from a 7-4 record and three nationally televised games seems to be rubbing off on more Northwest high school standouts.

Boise whips Vandals

Kellen Moore threw four touchdown passes to Austin Pettis and tied a career high with five overall, and the supposedly endangered, No. 6 Boise State Broncos overwhelmed Idaho 63-25 on Saturday.

Reader puts Idaho in novel position

MOSCOW, Idaho – This time two years ago, Brian Reader was the scout team quarterback at the University of Arkansas, biding his time to get a crack at the ferocious defenses of the Southeastern Conference. “That was an experience in and of itself,” Reader said this week.

Akey sets his sights on upset in Boise

MOSCOW, Idaho – Five days before his team squares off with its most ardent rival, University of Idaho football coach Robb Akey made his stance on Boise State and the intentions of Western Athletic Conference officials abundantly clear. “My goal is that on … Saturday night that I will be the least popular individual with every administrator within the WAC conference because we have taken the BCS hopes away from our conference,” Akey said Monday.