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

Akey: Candid, unplugged and flyin' high

COVERING A ROBB AKEY press conference is a challenge. The high flying, high octane Idaho head man Vandals' fans have seen on sidelines is only slightly more reserved sitting in front of a mic. Unabashedly candid, Akey opined Tuesday on all things silver and gold -- from motivating his troops to face a heavily favored opponent, injuries, those offseason dismissals and attrition, plus much more.
September 11, 2007

Homecoming Flashback (Photo Gallery)

The Vandal football team improved to 3-3 on the season and a perfect 2-0 in WAC competition with their 28-20 Homecoming victory over New Mexico State Saturday afternoon in the Dome. As part of the game's festivities, Idaho unveiled a NEW streamlined Joe Vandal mascot. Expect to see the new Joe become a much more active part of Vandal Game Day. Inside are more images from the game.
October 9, 2006

Player Post-Game after victory over NMSU

Vandal players Jo-Artis Ratti (MIKE), Luke Smith-Anderson (TE), Brian Flowers (RB), and David Vobora (WILL) were among the players on hand at the post-game to discuss Saturday's 28-20 Homecoming victory over New Mexico State.
October 9, 2006

Photo Gallery: Vandals put scare into MSU

Idaho held a 31:27 - 27:25 advantage in time of possession, went 7 of 16 on third down conversions, and were within a touchdown of Michigan State before the Spartans kicked a 23 yard field goal with 30 seconds left in the game. The day show-cased a new-look offense for the Vandals and a tough defense that played well wire-to-wire. Inside is a look at the game in photos.
September 2, 2006

RB Brian Flowers: JC All-American

In a class loaded with running back talent and speed, the athlete that might make the most immediate impact is junior college transfer Brian Flowers, a JC All-American and All-California First Team selection in 2005. (PHOTO GALLERY)
February 3, 2006