IDAHO INSIGHT: Idaho heads to islands

LED BY JUNIOR WEAKSIDE LINEBACKER ROBERT SIAVII, several Vandals (including sophomore linebacker Conrad Scheidt and junior tailback Kama Bailey) will be making a homecoming this weekend as Idaho (4-3, 1-1 WAC) heads to Hawaii (6-2, 4-0 WAC) to battle a strong Warrior team. Idaho beat Hawaii 35-23 last year in a hard fought game in Moscow, but the Vandals haven't won on the islands since 1960.
October 25, 2010

NMSU POST-GAME PRESSER: The Players

IDAHO BOUNCED BACK FROM A FRUSTRATING LOSS TO LOUISIANA TECH LAST WEEK TO TAKE DOWN NEW MEXICO STATE 37-14 IN A HOMECOMING TILT IN THE DOME. Senior quarterback Nathan Enderle, junior linebacker Robert Siavii and senior wide receiver MAURICE SHAW addressed the media after the game to discuss Idaho's victory which improves their record to 4-3 (1-1 WAC) on the 2010 season.
October 25, 2010

'09 PREVIEW: "The Retrievers"

The wide receiver unit has taken their lumps in recent years, both in the press and on the field. In the last five years Idaho has operated under three different offensive coordinators, and this unit has suffered its share of attrition over the years. But this season, led by senior slot receiver MAX KOMAR and an experienced depth chart, the Vandals are poised to make the passing game a weapon.
August 26, 2009

Familiar Offer for Scott

A WAC program became the latest to offer the Ontario (Calif.) Colony receiver Kenneth Scott...
May 11, 2009

PLAYER QUOTES: Mo Shaw and Adam Korby

Following Idaho's 42-27 home opening victory over Idaho State, Idaho wide receiver MAURICE SHAW and Offensive Team Captain Adam Korby (four-year starter at center) talked to the media. Questions focused on Mo's 77-yard touchdown reception on the first play of the game that electrified the Idaho crowd and Vandal football team.
September 8, 2008

CAMP QUOTES: H-Back Eddie Williams

Senior EDDIE WILLIAMS (6-2, 240), Idaho's top H-Back heading into the 2008 season and a major contributor to the Vandal offense throughout his career, talks about the progress the offense has made since last season and knowing that this is his last season as a collegiate athlete. "My role out there is to make plays when I can, especially in the run game, and get these young guys going."
August 21, 2008

Robb Akey Post Game (Idaho vs NIU)

Inside coach Akey discusses the performance of runningback JAYSON BIRD, quarterback Nathan Enderle, the emergence of true freshman wide receiver Maurice Shaw, and the phenominal play of safety Shiloh Keo. Despite the 42-35 loss to Northern Illinois, Idaho's young team made strides, particularly coming back from a 35-7 first half deficit to have a chance to tie - or win - on the last play.
September 23, 2007

INSIDE SLANT: The 2007 Vandal Receivers

In a continuation of last months interview with Idaho wide receivers coach Luther Carr, we take a closer look at Idaho's receiving corps as they prepare for the 2007 season. We asked coach Carr about several of the athletes in his stable, and his comments are inside. With such a huge influx of freshmen, including 2006 grayshirt freshman STEVEN BROWN out of Florida, this update is crucial.
August 5, 2007