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Sports Briefs 9/27/16

September 26, 2016


The Idaho men’s tennis team did not compete at the Purdue Invitational Friday. Idaho Media Relations did not provide a reason.

A mobile conference

The Big Sky Conference released a mobile app Friday, available through Google Play and the App Store.

Users can stream football, volleyball, soccer, softball, men’s and women’s basketball and select track and field events. Fans can also stream the Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Basketball Media Days Oct. 20-21 on the app.

There will be a section dedicated to the Big Sky Basketball Championships and #RoadtoReno later in the fall.

Fall of the Bengals

Former Vandal Shiloh Keo helped the Denver Broncos to a 29-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday in Ohio.

Keo, a safety for the Broncos, recovered a fumbled punt at the Bengal 46 yard line. The next play resulted in a touchdown.

Keo was recently resigned by the Broncos after a two-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor DUI in July after being arrested in February.

Club soccer falls

The Idaho women’s club soccer team lost 4-0 against Washington State Sunday on the SprinTurf. Both teams went scoreless until the 72nd minute.

The Vandals play Eastern Washington 8 p.m. on Friday in Cheney.

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