News Brief – Washington State quarterback found dead in apartment January 16, 2018

Pullman police found Washington State University quarterback Tyler Hilinski dead in his apartment Tuesday around 4:30 p.m. according to a police department news release. Police said after Hilinski did not attend Tuesday’s practice, officers went to his residence at Aspen Village Apartments for a checkup. Inside, officers said they found Hilinski dead with a self-inflicted […]

Column: Take a knee, take a stand October 17, 2017

Years from now, politicians and NFL executives may look back on the 2017 season and say to themselves, “What were we thinking?” While plenty of on-field action draws millions of viewers every Sunday, the broader, more political issue of national anthem protests has catapulted the NFL onto a stage ill-suited for its leaders. Colin Kaepernick […]

Column: Waiting for compromise August 17, 2017

Nasty. Inebriated. Those were the colorful adjectives uttered by Boise State president Bob Kustra back in 2010. The statement preluded Boise State and Idaho’s final meeting on the gridiron. The Broncos would be leaving the Western Athletic Conference for the Mountain West. Idaho would remain in the WAC before going independent and eventually joining the […]

Soccer: Season Preview August 1, 2017

Aug. 13 — Mount Royal (Kibbie Dome) Idaho women’s soccer kicks off the 2017 with an opening game against Mount Royal. The Cougars finished the 2016 season 4-6-4, finishing 5th in the Prairie division of Canada West Conference. Aug. 18 — UC Santa Barbara (Harder Stadium) The Vandals begin their two-game road trip against the […]

Column: The Dangers of Overconfidence July 19, 2017

There’s no doubt about it, Idaho football is good. In fact, the team may be better than it ever has, due to a number of experienced leaders returning to the Vandals in 2017. Senior quarterback Matt Linehan continues to improve, and the defense has not shown signs of slowing down this offseason. After looking at […]

Club Sports: Leaving a Logging Legacy July 19, 2017

Moscow isn’t always about downtown coffee shops and parties on Greek row. The university also offers a plethora of athletic clubs open to students. One of those clubs looks to break into the mainstream, despite its rather unique activities. The logger sports club grew into existence back in 1910, where it was a part of […]