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
Having confirmed that 23-game starting strong safety D.J. Dykes has left the program, the next question was "who would replace him?" Unlike '04 when Idaho started the rebuilding process and a loss like this would have been crushing, this time the list of candidates is solid. Atop the list is JEVON BUTLER, a hard-hitting sophomore out of Everett, WA with significant playing experience.
June 24, 2006
Senior cornerback <b>Rod Bryant</b>, one of Idaho's best DBs, leads a group of 5 defensive backs returning to Moscow next year with starting experience. At any given time for much of last season, 3 of the 4 defensive backs on the field for Idaho were not only first year starters, but were first year Vandals as well. And they had their fair share of struggles. That should change this year, as most of the chart has solid experience in the program, with youth filling the pipeline.
March 28, 2003
On Wednesday the University of Idaho received 22 Letters of Intent from 14 highschool recruits and 8 Junior College transfers. The class includes prospects from 9 different states, including Southern Nevada's Class 4A Defensive MVP <b>Chad Pool</b> who comes to Moscow from Las Vegas High School.
February 8, 2003