Bailey gains 163 yards, Vandals top SJSU

SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT SAN JOSE STATE the Vandals broke a 6-game losing streak by topping the Spartans by a final 32-29 score. Last week against Hawaii it was senior Princeton McCarty with the big game stats. This week, it was senior tailback KAMA BAILEY leading the way as he erupts for 163 yards on the ground and 174 all-purpose yards as the Vandals scored 22 fourth quarter points for the win.
November 5, 2011

Vandal road victory is Taylor made

MAKING THE SECOND START OF HIS CAREER AT IDAHO, redshirt sophomore quarterback TAYLOR DAVIS delivered the spark the Vandal offense needed, ending a six-game losing skid with a 32-29 win at San Jose State. After throwing for just 33 yards last week against Hawaii, Davis completed 13-of-20 attempts for 162 yards and a TD at SJSU, while senior tailback Kama Bailey erupted for 163 yards and two TDs.
November 5, 2011


Idaho head coach Robb Akey addressed numerous questions regarding the controversial "deception" penalty called when Idaho converted a fake field goal into a touchdown and had the play nullified. Aside from this topic, Akey talked about the emergence of true freshman KAMA BAILEY and his two-touchdown performance Saturday, as well as providing overall team-wide updates and status reports.
October 20, 2008


Saturday's outcome was a frustrating followup to a solid performance two weeks ago, as the Vandals lost 46-14 on the road at Louisiana Tech (complete with questionable calls). Despite the frustrating setback, Idaho Head Coach ROBB AKEY talks about QB Nathan Enderle's development, the growing roles of some of the younger players on the team, and his philosophy about rebuilding this program.
October 20, 2008

PHOTO GALLERY: Idaho vs. Nevada

Despite Saturday's 49-14 loss to Nevada in Moscow, Vandal fans witnessed numerous bright spots, including a kickoff return team that averaged over 30 yards per return led by true freshman Kama Bailey, another clinic put on by senior punter T.J. Conley, and several individual efforts such as this stretched-out diving reception by true freshman starting wide receiver PRESTON DAVIS.
October 7, 2008

PLAYER POST-GAME: Bailey, Faumui, & Jackson

Following Saturday afternoon's loss to Nevada, Idaho's top performers on the afternoon spoke with the media, including true freshman kick returner KAMA BAILEY who had a stellar afternoon as the star of a kick return unit that had by far it's best game in years. Joining Bailey was starting noseguard Oga Faumui following his best game of the year, and starting tailback Deonte Jackson.
October 6, 2008


Despite Saturday's 49-14 loss to Nevada, Idaho continues to make progress. "We're teaching them how to fight, how to win, how to compete. We're teaching them how to do a lot of things. These players, I think, are playing hard. I do believe I saw that out there today. Hard and effective need to come together though, and we need to get effective to bounce itself in there more often."
October 6, 2008

IMPRESSIONS: Justin Morales & Kama Bailey caught up with true freshmen JUSTIN MORALES (QB) and Kama Bailey (RB/ATH) to get their initial thoughts on the first two days of practice, Nike, and Idaho's continuously improving facilities. And about Moscow? "Here, everyone's saying 'Hi.' They're like…overly nice. It's a great atmosphere. It's cool."
August 9, 2008