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WAC expansion leaves questions for Idaho

DENVER – The Western Athletic Conference is the first Division I conference to give up on football since the Southwest Conference dissolved in 1995, but the 50-year-old league added two …


UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 6, 2012, 8:42 p.m.

Idaho gets 1st win, beats New Mexico State 26-18

Friday, Trey Farquhar got a surprise foot rub from an Olympic gold medalist. And Saturday, after Idaho’s 26-18 Western Athletic Conference football win over New Mexico State, he earned something …


Vandals, Aggies both ‘starved’ for win

MOSCOW, Idaho – In the 22 seconds it took New Mexico State coach DeWayne Walker to answer a question Monday about his team’s matchup with Idaho, he described the Aggies …


North Carolina rolls past Idaho 66-0

Gio Bernard scored twice, Bryn Renner threw three touchdown passes and North Carolina set a school scoring record in a 66-0 win against Idaho on Saturday.


Vandals take extra time for trip to Carolina

MOSCOW, Idaho – Before Idaho flew 2,500 miles to face Virginia last fall, Vandals coach Robb Akey wanted to know: Do college football teams that give themselves more travel time …


Idaho, Wyoming share many similarities

MOSCOW, Idaho – In two starts as Idaho quarterback, Dominique Blackman has played in front of a run-of-the-mill crowd of 16,591 at Bowling Green and 92,177 boisterous fans at LSU’s …


Vandals struggle to clear up football situation

MOSCOW, Idaho – At a football scrimmage last month, Idaho athletic director Rob Spear sat on the Kibbie Dome bleachers and heard from one Vandals fan with an unwavering opinion: …


Vandals renew recent rivalry with Bowling Green

MOSCOW, Idaho – Another game in a budding rivalry with Bowling Green makes for a nice subplot. What matters to Idaho coach Robb Akey is showing last week’s flat performance …


Levenseller makes smooth transition at UI

MOSCOW, Idaho – Every night Mike Levenseller makes his way from the Idaho football offices to his home in Pullman.


Eastern breezes past Vandals in opener

MOSCOW, Idaho – It was the story of two high-profile transfer quarterbacks – Eastern Washington’s played and Idaho’s didn’t – but it was so much more than that. The Eagles’ …


EWU defense dominant against Vandals

MOSCOW, Idaho – Another opening day, another FBS-FCS mismatch. Sparked by a defensive showing that bordered on overwhelming, Eastern Washington came away with an easy 20-3 victory Thursday night over …


EWU manhandles Idaho in opener

MOSCOW, Idaho – It was the story of two high-profile transfer quarterbacks — Eastern Washington’s played and Idaho’s didn’t – but it was so much more than that.


Vandals approach EWU with caution

MOSCOW, Idaho – The last time Eastern Washington toppled a team from the Football Bowl Subdivision – or Division I-A, as it was known then – was in 2003. And …


Vandals expect tough challenge from EWU

MOSCOW, Idaho – The last time Eastern Washington toppled a team from the Football Bowl Subdivision – or Division I-A, as it was known then – was in 2003. And …


Idaho announces men’s basketball schedule

Idaho men’s basketball coach Don Verlin announced the Vandals’ 2012-13 schedule on Tuesday, including back-to-back road games against New Mexico and Washington State. “It’s the best schedule we’ve had since …


Idaho board approves Idaho’s athletic requests

COLLEGES: With Idaho State Board of Education approval Friday, the University of Idaho is free to become a Football Bowl Subdivision independent next season and join the Big Sky Conference …


Blanchette: Vandals stuck with pie-in-the-sky notion

So do all those Idaho Vandals antenna flags flap in the breeze at half-staff from now on? Today in a meeting room in Boise, University of Idaho president Duane Nellis …


Vandals to go it alone

MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho is ready to jettison the crumbling Western Athletic Conference and venture into new territory as a football independent. The Vandals’ other athletic programs, …


Blanchette: Vandals forced to watch the Sky

So do all those Idaho Vandals antenna flags flap in the breeze at half-staff from now on?


UI seeks football independence, Big Sky for other sports

The University of Idaho is ready to jettison the crumbling Western Athletic Conference and venture into new territory as a football independent.


Blackman looks like QB favorite for Vandals

MOSCOW, Idaho – The men who will make the decision declined to give definitive statements Saturday afternoon on the University of Idaho’s drawn-out quarterback race. But an end to the …


Vandals open camp with numbers boost

MOSCOW – The glimmering new black helmets drew most of the attention, from players and the media, at Idaho’s fall camp opener.


Vandals ready to talk football

MOSCOW, Idaho – Where the University of Idaho’s athletic programs – most notably, its football team – will land after the collapse of the Western Athletic Conference has been left …


Sherritt earns second CFL award

Former Eastern Washington University linebacker J.C. Sherritt (Pullman High) was named the Canadian Football League’s defensive player of the week after registering a game-high 10 tackles during the Edmonton Eskimos’ …


Idaho’s Akey wants to talk football

MOSCOW, Idaho – Where the University of Idaho’s athletic programs – most notably, its football team – will land after the collapse of the Western Athletic Conference has been left …


Williams loses to former coach at U.S. Amateur Public Links

It took a former coach – and a fellow Williams – to knock Chris Williams out of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at Soldier Hollow Golf Course at Midway, …


Idaho center Marboe named to Rimington list

University of Idaho sophomore Mike Marboe was selected to the 2012 Fall Watch List for the Rimington Trophy, the school announced Tuesday. The annual award honors the nation’s top center.


Robbins takes over for LCSC baseball when Picone resigns

Gary Picone announced Friday that he will step down as head coach of the Lewis-Clark State Warriors baseball program. Picone, who will remain the school’s athletic director, also announced that …


Students to pay, work for prank

Twenty-nine Sandpoint High School students are paying the price – in labor and sawbucks – for a senior class prank that vandalized school property. If the students complete 15 hours …


UI receiver killed in California

MOSCOW, Idaho – The last time he spoke to Robb Akey, Idaho wide receiver Ken McRoyal shared his excitement about landing a scholarship for the fall. He had earned it …