Vandals send three to the NFL

IT HAS BEEN DECADES SINCE IDAHO LAST HAD THREE PLAYERS DRAFTED by the NFL in a single draft. But this weekend three Vandals heard their names called, led by safety SHILOH KEO in the 5th-round (144th pick) to the Houston Texans, quarterback Nathan Enderle also in the 5th round (160th pick) to the Chicago Bears, and tightend Daniel Hardy in the 7th round (238th pick) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
May 1, 2011

Idaho's top NFL prospects, 2011 and beyond

IDAHO'S TOP PROSPECTS for the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft are four-year starting safety (and three-time Team Captain) SHILOH KEO, four-year starting quarterback (and 2010 Team Captain) Nathan Enderle, and two-year starting tightend (and Mackey Award semi-finalist) Daniel Hardy, with seven other Vandals participating in Idaho's Pro Day. Inside we peer into the future beyond Idaho's 2011 NFL prospects.
March 20, 2011

Five Vandals named to All-WAC Teams salutes Idaho's All-WAC selections, led by sophomore punter BOBBY COWAN named to the 2010 First Team who averaged 45.14 yards per punt this year, and through two seasons has a school record average of 44.23 yards per kick. Idaho's Second Team selections are seniors Eric Greenwood (wide receiver), Daniel Hardy (tightend/H-Back), Aaron Lavarias (defensive end) and Shiloh Keo (safety).
December 6, 2010

Player Post-Game: Vandals Top Warriors

"I think it [being 6-1 at this stage of the season] is great for our seniors, its great for our fans, for the whole team - coach Akey. It's a great start, but that's all it is – it's a start. We need to keep going, we need to keep playing good football. There's nothing guaranteed yet, but we need to keep playing well, and we have been." - QB Nathan Enderle following Idaho's win over Hawaii.
October 18, 2009

Vandals Win Opener, Down NMSU 21-6

The Vandals jumped out to an impressive 21-0 lead going into halftime at New Mexico State on Saturday, looking poised and prepared (including MAX KOMAR rolling over an Aggie defender for a TD) in the season opener for both schools. In the second half the Idaho offense stalled, but the Vandal defense forced a couple Aggie turnovers in a bend-but-don't-break approach, yielding just one touchdown.
September 5, 2009