The Big Sky Conference announced the all-league teams today and the Idaho Vandals were peppered all over the list.
While both the Cougars and Vandals lick their wounds following disheartening losses over the weekend, the Boise State Broncos are riding high going into their off week.
The Washington State Cougars may have lost to Stanford on Saturday but that doesn’t mean that the solid play of Luke Falk is going unnoticed.
Halloween didn’t treat the Idaho Vandals much better about 1,500 miles south in Las Cruces.
Now it might be some 36 hours after Washington State’s heart-breaking loss to Stanford, but many people in Cougar Country are still talking about the missed opportunities that led to the loss.
After a near upset of Washington State in an exhibition contest on Friday night in Pullman, the Lewis-Clark State Warriors continued to shred through their NAIA schedule over the weekend.
The Idaho Vandals sit at 3-4 and 2-2 in conference play after their home win over Louisiana-Monroe last week.
After a brutal loss to Portland State at home to open the season, the Washington State Cougars have quickly become one of the biggest surprises in the Pac-12, if not all of college football.
A lot of good can come with winning, and that can be said about Idaho Vandals defensive end Quinton Bradley.
It was a record setting weekend for the Lewis-Clark State Warriors inside the LCSC Activity Center.
And back on Saturday the Washington State Cougars continued to do what we have come accustom to seeing from the boys in crimson in their win in Tucson.
This comes after a tremendous team win for the Idaho Vandals back on Saturday evening.
Sunday was almost a day for the ages. A valiant effort by the LC Valley Loggers however came up just short.
And for the LCSC Women’s Basketball team, it was more of the same.
Over the weekend the Lewis-Clark State Warriors men’s basketball team kicked off their season in record fashion.