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M. Basketball: A way of survival
April 17, 2017

Few people can credit a sport to changing their life more than Brayon Blake. Basketball became more than just a hobby for — a junior forward on the Idaho men’s basketball team — It became a way of survival. Blake spent his early years in Seattle. His father was absent for a large part of……

Men’s Club Rugby: Rugby on the rise
April 17, 2017

For several years, the sport of rugby has largely stayed under the radar. Despite being one of the most popular sports in countries like England, Australia and New Zealand, rugby has yet to hit a stride of continued success until very recently. Rugby at the University of Idaho is comparable. The last few years, the……

Newlee analyzes loss to Northern Colorado
February 10, 2017

Idaho head coach Jon Newlee, sophomore guard Mikayla Ferenz and sophomore guard Taylor Pierce speak to the media following the team’s 71-67 loss to Northern Colorado at the Cowan Spectrum.

Football: Familiar Foe
September 9, 2016

The Vandal football team enters Saturday’s matchup with No. 8 Washington facing a familiar opponent on the opposite sidelines. Third-year Husky head coach Chris Petersen squares off with Idaho wearing purple and gold after spending 13 seasons with Boise State as both an assistant and head coach. During his time with the Broncos, Petersen led……

Football: Chapters Urge Staben to Keep Idaho in FBS
April 18, 2016

Two chapters of the Vandal Scholarship Fund wrote letters in support of the University of Idaho football team remaining a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) program. The letters, addressed to UI President Chuck Staben, were written by Puget Sound Chapter and Ada County Chapter presidents and made public over the weekend. “At the heart of our……

Opinion: Broken Payment System
April 14, 2016

The journey of a college athlete is a difficult endeavor. Student athletes must learn how to manage practice and game schedules with academics and personal care. I am routinely amazed at the time management abilities of these individuals. To compensate for their investment in athletics, most student athletes are offered scholarships in return. Former Stanford……