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Former Idaho quarterback Mason Petrino will add to his family’s coaching legacy.
The Idaho team that was supposed to show up last year and run roughshod over the Big Sky Conference finally arrived.
Idaho suffered a rude awakening in its return to the Big Sky Conference last season.
Looking for a sure thing? Bet heavily and confidently that the Idaho Vandals will be watching “300” for a pre-game movie next fall.
Idaho fashioned its first Big Sky Conference football victory since its return to the conference after 23 years away, wearing down Portland State 20-7 on Saturday.
To jump-start a Big Sky Conference season that was becalmed in a decisive 44-21 loss to UC Davis last week, Idaho needs to do at least two things on Saturday against Portland State. 1. Make sure the entire Vandals team shows up. 2. Defeat the flex defense.
The Vandals have been in preseason camp since Aug. 3, and their first game, with Fresno State, isn’t until Sept. 1. They have had a pair of Saturday scrimmages with a mock game to go. But an endless routine of position drills and running plays in pass skeleton and 11-on-11 stretches on day after day.
Whoever takes snaps for Idaho will have David Ungerer and Kaden Elliss as veteran targets. But most of Idaho’s receivers are newcomers whose next catches for the Vandals will be their first in a real game.
Less than a week into the Idaho Vandals’ preseason camp, Mason Petrino’s overarching issue isn’t a looming quarterback competition with Colton Richardson.
Facing a series of postpractice interviews recently, Idaho senior wide receiver David Ungerer shucked off his shoulder pads before taking on questions.
As he seeks to become the University of Idaho’s new leader in the quintessential team game, junior quarterback Mason Petrino has already taken one for the team.
Idaho’s 22-year venture in FBS has resulted in an 85-174 cumulative record and three bowl wins, including the Famous Idaho Potatoes Bowl last year. After losing five league games by a combined 24 points in a star-crossed season, though, there will be no bowl for the Vandals this year.
As Idaho searches for fuel to fire its efforts in the final two games of a season in which it has no hope of going to a bowl, New Mexico State is adopting a different tactic.
The status of University of Idaho senior quarterback Matt Linehan, who suffered a hand or wrist injury to his throwing arm late in the Vandals’ 24-21 loss to the University of Troy on Saturday, remains undecided as the Vandals head into a bye week.
As a coach at seven colleges and one NFL team, Paul Petrino honed a deep knowledge of football. It would have uniquely qualified him to appreciate his son Mason’s prowess as a high school quarterback. However, because of his work, the coach rarely got to see Mason play.
As a coach at seven colleges and one NFL team, Paul Petrino honed a deep knowledge of football. It would have uniquely qualified him to appreciate his son Mason’s prowess as a high school quarterback. However, because of his work, Petrino rarely got to see Mason play.
Idaho wide receiver David Ungerer has seen the same playmaking Mason Petrino with the Vandals as he witnessed when both played at Pullman High School.
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.
Ben Moos, a freshman at Pullman High School, was recently named to the MaxPreps 2013 Freshman Football All-American Team as a tight end. Also listed as All-Americans were Lousiana State University commit Dylan Moses, who was featured in ESPN The Magazine, along with Foster Sarrell of Graham-Kapowsin.