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Other than a couple of masks and a noticeable distance between coach, athlete and interviewer, Big Sky Conference men's and women's basketball virtual media days were similar to previous years.
With the closest thing to basketball in the era of COVID 19 being games of H-O-R-S-E played remotely and broadcast by ESPN, the six-year-old The Basketball Tournament was more than ready for its star turn when games tipped off July 4.
Big Sky Conference champion Eastern Washington earned a heap of honors on Tuesday
Time flies. Only a couple of years ago, Trevon Allen was a precocious sophomore riding the coattails of talented, disciplined, mature upperclassmen like Victor Sanders, B.J. Blake, Nate Sherwood, Perrion Callendret, Jordan Scott and Arkadiy Mkrtychyan on an Idaho Vandals team than finished 22-9 overall and 14-4 in the Big Sky Conference.
Trevon Allen scored 27 points and Idaho snapped a six-game losing streak by beating Sacramento State, 67-53 on Monday night.
Interim coach Zac Claus says the team he stitched together from four key returners plus Wilson and 10 newcomers is talented and fully invested in playing for the Vandals.
Trevon Allen is bent low, maintaining a dribble about eight inches off the court. His eyes are forward, looking, looking while a Montana State defender looms over him.
An Idaho Vandals team that was going to be light on experience in the best of circumstances has the additional challenge of managing the loss of its best returning player to a career-ending illness.
Idaho will observe its second annual Tribal Nations Night when the Vandals play host to the University of North Dakota on Saturday.
Trevon Allen perfected his championship winning ways long before he cut down the nets as a state champion for Clarkston at the Yakima SunDome last season.