GoVandals.net Salutes the Seniors

This Saturday, fourteen seniors will take the field for the last time in their playing career at Idaho, as the Vandals take on Utah State at 12:30 PM (PST) in the Kibbie Dome. The senior class includes five on offense and nine on defense. It is unlikely any class has seen so much transition at Idaho, and inside is our salute to a fantastic group of dedicated athletes.
November 23, 2007

Vandals Scrimmage In Coeur d' Alene

As the team prepares for the annual Silver and Gold Game this Friday night (7pm kickoff), we take a look back to the team's scrimmage in Coeur d'Alene a couple weeks ago. VV.com writer Larry Johnson was on hand, serving double-duty as both photographer and writer.<br> <br> It proved to be a great opportunity to watch true-sophomore tailback <b>Cliff Mason</b> and the rest of the Vandals scrimmage under the watchful eyes of the new Idaho staff, and mingle with 300+ Vandal fans in attendance.
April 27, 2004

2002 TheInsiders.com Hot 100 Northwest

For signing day we pull out all the stops. Here's the 2002 TheInsiders.com Hot 100 Northwest, complete with signing school. Spanaway (Wash.) Bethel QB Johnny DuRocher heads the list, with Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic signal-caller Ryan Gunderson hot on his heels.
February 5, 2003

Introducing Idaho's Early Commits

Idaho has signed 6 JC transfers for the 2003 season, including <b>Curtis Bibolet</b> of Fullerton College. We've also been informed by reliable sources that a Tightend out of Lake City High (Coeur d'Alene, ID) and quarterback out of Pendleton, OR are also on board. Here is a quick intro to the Vandal's newest members.
January 11, 2003

Dawgman.com 101 (Updated 11/12)

It's time again for a re-ranking of the Dawgman.com 101, a list put together that ranks the top high school prospects from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii. A new name tops the list this time around, and for good reason. He's led his team to two semi-finals in the past two years and is well on his way to taking them to the big dance again for the third year in a row. His name? Johnny DuRocher.
November 12, 2002