Despite a bad loss by the Vandals last week, there was a bright spot for them in the special teams area.
The Idaho Vandals playing at home again in a game that they could very easily win if their offense could keep doing what it's been doing.
As for the Vandals, their match-up couldn't be more different.
As the Cougars look to turn their 2014 campaign around, they face another tough conference match up Saturday evening.
While the Vandal's football team is searching for win number one, many of their other programs have been dominating.
Despite a close loss on Saturday, the Cougars saw a lot of bright spots in their game against number two Oregon.
The Idaho Vandal's Football team traveled to Athens, Ohio to take on the 1-2 Ohio Bobcats on Saturday afternoon in a game where the Vandals started out slow and really kicked it into gear in the second half.
One of the best college football games of the year went down in Pullman last Saturday, so let's get right to the highlights.
Our other D-1 college team from the Palouse will be playing Saturday as well, but they won't be at home as the Idaho Vandal's football team will be on the road to take on the Ohio Bobcats.
We're just over 24-hours away from arguably the toughest matchup the Cougars will face this year.
Like anything, building a football team takes a lot of time and effort to become great, and the Vandals’ offense is certainly looking sharp.
Though the Vandal's are 0-2 for the second yard in a row, they do have a very bright spot on the team.
The Cougar's offense is known as the air raid, but in order to be successful, they might have to try to slightly become the ground raid.
Just a few hours later, our other D-1 college team on the Palouse was looking for their first win.
New players, new mentality, new season...the Vandals were finally back at home hoping to show their fans that they can compete.
Now how about a little more volleyball but at a slightly higher level.
With preseason expectations at an all-time high, two losses to open the year have really dampened the Cougar football team's spirits.
On the other side of the border from WSU, our other Palouse team played quite a thrilling first game.
It was a white out in Reno as the Washington State Cougars took on Nevada Friday night.
Administrators, coaches, players, and fans have been mulling over what will become of the cancelled game featuring the Vandals and Gators from last Saturday.
As the week has gone by, the Cougars have made corrections and are looking forward to their second game coming up.
After an extremely disheartening loss, the Cougars are figuring out how to turn their program around.
As the Vandals marched into Florida to take on the Gators for what many hoped to be the upset of the year, Mother Nature had other plans.
For anyone who saw the Cougar's game last Thursday, you probably noticed that the offense sure wasn't the problem.
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Fans who get to see the Seattle game tomorrow could be seeing their last one forever.
According to espn.com, the Washington State football team has the eighth toughest 2014 schedule in all of Division I College Football.