Opinion: The Big Three Rise January 21, 2018

Another day, another game too close for comfort for the Vandals and their fans. Based on the spurts of consistent offense the Lumberjacks exhibited, especially from beyond the arc, Idaho may have had some questions to answer if it wasn’t for an 84-80 win Saturday night over Northern Arizona. The possibility of an uproar of […]

Feature: A blast from Vandal past January 17, 2018

The national media darlings get all the love. The apples of the media’s eye — the Notre Dames, Los Angeles Lakers and Green Bay Packers of the world generally receive the focus when discussing sports history, as these are some of the eldest and most renowned sports teams. But the bombardment of sports history that […]

Opinion: Hustle Points January 14, 2018

A flawed start from Idaho against Eastern Washington in Cheney Friday night likely sent a disapproving shiver down the spines of Vandal fans. They had seen this before, but only once. The last time Idaho’s early play was anywhere comparable was during its Nov. 10 rout at the hands of Nevada, a much better team […]

Opinion: Season of Giving January 6, 2018

Just hours after Idaho Central Credit Union bestowed $10 million for naming rights toward Idaho’s impending new basketball arena, both Idaho men’s basketball and Sacramento State appeared to still be in the giving mood, exchanging the edge in what could be described as a game of advantage hot-potato. It was a contest full of interchanging […]

Men’s Basketball: Mightily Busted Bronco December 18, 2017

Idaho men’s basketball came into its Monday night contest against the Western Michigan Broncos as a five-point underdog according to ESPN, but the Vandals silenced any impressions of inferiority with an 82-52 statement shellacking of the preseason Mid-American Conference favorites in Kalamazoo. The Idaho (8-3) defense put on the clamps, and the Vandal offense, led […]

Men’s Basketball- Disbanding the Clan December 15, 2017

Although it was not as predictably dazzling, the Idaho men’s basketball team used a commanding second-half to roll past the Simon Fraser Clan in a 73-54 handling in its final non-conference home game of the season. Simon Fraser (5-3), a Canadian Division II school and the only university outside of America in the NCAA, had […]