Up in Moscow, a revamped team put on the hardcore hardware Wednesday.
The Warrior baseball team is 24-5 with a lot of help from one of their outfielders.
Well it certainly didn't take long, but the Cougars have a new man on campus to lead the men of the hardwood.
A big change that coach Petrino wanted to see in his team this year...the energy level.
Normally when you introduce a bunch of guys to one another, the last thing you want is for all of them to start hitting each other.
The Cougar hardball team keep notching their way back to 500, and their last home stand certainly helped.
The Idaho football program might think about changing their slogan to "what a difference a year makes."
One of the stars of a local basketball team is hanging up the sneakers.
It's like they never even left the field...that's right, Cougar football is back!
It's always good to see local area kids going to college, and the Idaho football team has now got three of them.
The Warrior baseball team has been gone now for a long time, but trust me, it's been good for them.
One of the biggest reasons the Warrior women made it to the championship tournament this year has been nationally recognized for her contributions.
As we see all of our local, Division-1 basketball teams finish their seasons, we also see the face of one of those programs play her last game as well.
With the last of our local Division-one college basketball teams playing in the big dance, the Vandals gave it everything they've got.
With one of our local college basketball teams in a slightly smaller national tournament, we find out that their run has ended.