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Idaho women beat Colorado State in home opener

Caitlyn Jones made four 3-pointers for 12 points, Isabelle Hadden also scored 12, and Idaho defeated Colorado State 61-54 Wednesday in Moscow, Idaho, in the Vandals’ home opener.

Colorado State, Marshall in New Mexico Bowl amid slow finish

Colorado State and Marshall started strong only to finish slow this season and now they’re meeting in the New Mexico Bowl. Colorado State’s highly ranked offense led by quarterback Nick Stevens is set to go against Marshall’s stingy defense as both programs look for redemption.

Nevada defeats Colorado State for Mountain West crown

LAS VEGAS – Jordan Caroline had 23 points and 10 rebounds as Nevada beat Colorado State 79-71 on Saturday in the Mountain West Conference championship game to earn its first NCAA Tournament berth in 10 years. The top-seeded Wolf Pack (28-6) claimed the league’s automatic bid and took home their first conference tournament title since 2006, when they were in the Western Athletic Conference. They received an at-large invitation to the NCAAs the following season.

Idaho’s Deon Watson leaves Albertsons Stadium victorious again

Deon Watson loves visiting the Treasure Valley. In particular, Watson enjoys playing at Boise State’s Albertsons Stadium. The senior wide receiver from Coeur d’Alene caught a 74-yard touchdown pass as he helped the Idaho football team handle Colorado State 61-50 in a wild Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Thursday. It was the third victory Watson has been part of at BSU’s stadium.

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.

Utes rout Rams

LAS VEGAS – Right from the start, quarterback Travis Wilson and No. 23 Utah had Colorado State on the run in the Las Vegas Bowl. Wilson rushed for a season-best 91 yards, scored three touchdowns and passed for another in a 45-10 rout Saturday.

WSU blows 8-point lead over CSU with 2 minutes left

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – With just more than 2 minutes left in the New Mexico Bowl, Washington State held an eight-point lead against an opponent that had been outmanned and outclassed throughout the game and had no timeouts left. Fans eyed the exits, reporters across the social media landscape wrote the game off as over and just about everyone in the stadium was certain that WSU had already won.

Blanchette: Time wasn’t on Cougars’ side

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Perhaps with the next Pac-12 TV check, Washington State can hire someone to be in charge of bowl game clock management. Apparently $2.2 million isn’t enough to get that job done.