For the first time since camp opened, Mike Leach has let us in on the current quarterback battle between sophomore Luke Falk and freshman Peyton Bender.
We’re just one week away from their season opening game with Ohio and it appears as if several Idaho football players avoided arrests last week thanks to the swift work of Head Coach Paul Petrino.
Both the Vandals and the Cougars earned season opening wins and came into last night (Monday) clash of the Palouse looking to stay perfect on the season.
Check this footage out where a Ball State University freshman hit the shot of a lifetime on Thursday.
In a story that has drawn national attention across the college football landscape, Idaho Head Football Coach Paul Petrino and Athletic Director Rob Spear were forced to issue statements today (Thursday) following a run-in with a media member at a recent Vandal football practice.
Over the weekend the Washington State Cougars wrapped up the first week and a half of its fall camp in Lewiston, and the action was capped off with the Cougs first scrimmage of camp.
Over the weekend both the University of Idaho and Washington State held their first scrimmages of fall camp as the teams’ inch closer and closer to the regular season.
Under Mike Leach the Washington State offense has been known for its air raid attack on offense with the likes of Connor Halliday and now perhaps Luke Falk at the controls
If there is a trouble spot for the Idaho Vandals, at least early on in fall camp, it may be the offensive line.
With the season opening contest with Ohio now just 22 days away, it was time to get to work for Paul Petrino, whether that be inside the Kibbie Dome, or outside on the practice field.
We’re here live at Sacajawea Junior High School in Lewiston, the location for Washington State Cougar Football’s fall camp as day five is just wrapping up this (Wednesday) afternoon.
The Idaho Vandals Volleyball team opened up fall camp with a pair of practices back on Monday at Memorial Gym.
We may be gearing up for the 2015 football season, but today (Monday) the Idaho Vandals Men’s Basketball team unveiled their 2015-2016 schedule.
Back on Saturday WSU kicked off the first leg of fall camp, a nine-day stint that began in Lewiston.
With the start of the regular season for LC volleyball two weeks away, we now know who will be the hunted and who will be doing the hunting in the Frontier Conference.
With the opening of fall camps all over the country, it’s only a matter of time till our very own Washington State Cougars step foot on the practice field, and that happens (Saturday) tomorrow.
Yesterday (Wednesday) marked the unofficial start to the 2015 College Football season when the Idaho Vandals held their first full team work out of the fall.
It’s been a long eight months but football is officially back.
Early this morning (Tuesday) Vandal football players reported for their official weigh-in and physicals ahead of camp that gets underway Wednesday.
The countdown to Fall Camp has almost hit its breaking point with players set to report to camp Tuesday morning.
With players set to report to camp for the upcoming Vandal Football season next week, Paul Petrino was in Lewiston Thursday night to wrap up his summer Vandal Booster Tour.
The offseason is quickly coming to a close, but there is a hiccup surrounding the blue and orange and the future of Boise State Quarterback, Ryan Finley.
A football season is prone to preseason hype, and that’s just one piece of the pie that is Mountain West Media Days in Las Vegas.
With RPI and strength of schedule becoming more important for mid-major basketball programs, it appears that a 450-year rivalry may be put on hold this season.
The moment that Idaho Football recruit Jace Malek from West Valley High chose to play for the Vandals, Coach Paul Petrino promised that he’d have a large role with the Vandal program.
Tuesday the Sun Belt Conference held its Annual Media Day in New Orleans where coaches and players, and even the conference commissioner talked about the upcoming season.
We are officially less than three weeks, 18 days to be exact from the start of fall camp for Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars.
When most view the Boise State Football team on the field, words such as explosive and fierce might come to mind.