Football kickers may not get much glory, but when they're not doing their job, they suddenly seem to get a lot of attention.
An L-C team just keeps on running up the national ranks.
Coming off a record-setting passing performance by Connor Halliday, Washington State (2-4, 1-2 Pac-12) isn't trying to disguise the way it wants to move the ball.
Yesterday we told you about a few Cougar receivers being recognized, today we find out big news about a Vandal.
The Vandals just keep fighting as Coach Petrino and company are on the hunt for win number one.
If you were hoping to see the A local quarterback break an NCAA Division One Football records this past weekend, you were in luck if you were at the Cougs game.
As they continue to look for win number one, we preview Saturday's match-up as the Vandals head to Texas.
The Vandal's Football team hasn't won a game yet, and many of us are still looking for answers as to why.
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.