Spring Camp 2009 is finished and the team now sets its focus on preparing for the season opener at New Mexico State in just a few months. Quarterback Nathan Enderle battled newcomer Brian Reader to retain his starting job going into fall, wide receiver Eric Greenwood was impressive, and third year head coach ROBB AKEY provides his thoughts on the progress the Vandals made during camp.
April 28, 2009
At the midway point of spring drills, redshirt freshman defensive lineman HENRY ASUEGA (6-1, 288) and the Vandal football team battle for position on the depth chart in preparation for the 2009 season. Inside is a first look at several new players (redshirts, grayshirts, and enrolled transfers), including a few players who made position changes, who will be looking to make an impact this fall.
April 12, 2009
University of Idaho head coach ROBB AKEY has suspended three Vandal football players - senior cornerback Breyon Williams, sophomore wide receiver / kick returner Dewey Hale, and freshman strong safety Shelton Miles - for "conduct detrimental to the team", reportedly stemming from a fight early Sunday morning.
November 4, 2008
Junior cornerback BREYON WILLIAMS (shown here with a 34-1/2" vertical jump) was among a packed house at the Iverson Speed and Strength Center during the Vandal football team's "Night of Champions" weightlifting competition. Numerous new marks and personal bests were set this evening, including runningback Devon Sturdivant's new record of 383-pounds in the clean.
March 6, 2008
For the second year in a row, numerous Idaho team records fell. Tailback Deonte Jackson set a new freshman rushing record. Shiloh Keo set a new record for yards per punt return, and set a new record with a 100 yard punt return. David Vobora led the WAC in tackles for the second year in a row. And among the 2007 redshirt class, tightend KEVIN SMALL earned Offensive Scout Team POY honors.
January 31, 2008
RENO -- From Vobora to Enderle, Smith to Jackson, Korby to Shaw, Flowers to Hale -- plus many, many more. GoVandals.net presents this exclusive 25-shot silver and gold pictorial of all the action from Saturday's Idaho-Nevada tilt in the desert.
October 29, 2007
True freshman QUIN ASHLEY, a gifted athlete who began his Idaho career twelve short weeks ago as a safety, has played on special teams all season, and in the last three weeks has stepped in at quarterback to help fill-in for injured starter Nathan Enderle. With each passing week his confidence under center has grown, as has his playing time with each game.
October 24, 2007