Now whoever ordered a record-tying night from behind the arc from one of our local college teams, your wish is our demand.
It was bound to happen, and it finally did, the Warrior men have finally made their way in.
The Idaho men are back at home for five of their next six games and looked to get a win against a conference foe on Thursday night.
Is it college football season yet? Oh...it just ended, well we've got some Cougar news anyway.
When your star player is out, that can really hurt a team, and we may be seeing that in Cougar hoops.
For as good as the Warrior women have been doing this year, it really seemed like their conference wasn't paying them much attention.
Hey remember when the Cougar women beat the Husky women last week for the first time in many years, well they played again last Saturday.
As per often, the males would follow the women as Head coach Brandon Rinta looked to lead his15-4 Warriors against the number ten ranked men of Rocky Mountain.
The weekend Warriors put on yet another fantastic display on the hardwood this past weekend.
So with the Warrior women closing out their game in style, it would be time for the men to stroll onto the court and hopefully record some similar results against Dickinson State.
Well it's taken awhile, but both Warrior basketball teams are back in the Valley and played in dominating fashion Thursday night.
Cougar football fans, though the season ended on a bad note, it's time to get excited again as their 2014 schedule has been released!
So it may have looked like the Vandal football team was having a rebuilding year in 2013, but that doesn't mean the team didn't have talent.
You saw the Vandal men's team do it a few week's ago, and now the women are doing the reading!
Anyone need to see some history being re-written? If you were at Beasley Coliseum Tuesday night, you saw it first hand.