Four years ago, before joining the WAC, there reportedly wasn't a Vandal football player that could bench 400 lbs, and few were close. But since the new Iverson Strength and Speed Center opened in 2004, Idaho's strength program has boomed. Now redshirt freshmen JONATHAN FARAIMO and Jonah Sataraka press 400-pounds, with more on the cusp. Inside we talk with Strength Coach Scott Gadeken.
December 2, 2007
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
He's been a starter on the Vandal defensive line since his true freshman season in 2004. Since then, SIUA MUSIKA (6-1, 293) has made 28 starts at nose guard and played in 30 games in three years. An injury held him out of much of spring camp this year, but his anticipated return to the depth chart this fall is crucial as he will be a leader on an improving Vandal defensive front line.
May 2, 2007
Returning sophomore nose guard Siua Musika focuses on retaining his starting position on the Vandal interior defensive line for 2005.......The wide receiver depth chart is taking form, and the newcomers are battling for some serious playing time........Idaho's punting game looks to be in good hands with a grayshirt freshman topping the chart.
August 24, 2005