Opinion: Deviating from predictability October 9, 2017

Idaho football suffered its third homecoming loss since 2007 Saturday at the hands of Louisiana-Lafayette, 21-16. Pre-season, Louisiana was a team many expected the Vandals to roll over, given the Ragin’ Cajuns’ statistically atrocious defense and 1-3 record. What transpired was less than expected. Although it turned out to be an entertaining game from start […]

Opinion: Any Given Saturday October 8, 2017

Idaho football suffered its third Homecoming loss since 2007 Saturday at the hands of Louisiana – Lafayette, 21-16. Pre-season, Louisiana was a team many expected the Vandals to roll over, given the Ragin’ Cajuns’ statistically atrocious defense and 1-3 record. What transpired was less than expected. Although it turned out to be an entertaining game […]

Football: Homecoming Heartbreaker October 7, 2017

Heartbroken. That was the general emotion at the Kibbie Dome and in the locker room after the Vandals lost their homecoming game 21-16 to Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday. “The morale in the locker room is pretty rough because we played well enough to win most of the time but couldn’t execute enough,” junior linebacker Tony Lashley […]

Opinion: Home-field Advantage October 2, 2017

The Idaho Vandals are preparing to play the Ragin’ Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday, and they should start to prepare for the win. Idaho comes into the game with a 2-2 record compared to that of their opponents who have a weaker record at 1-3. The Vandals played a crazy game last weekend in Mobile […]

Opinion: Cajun Party Crashers October 2, 2017

It can’t be all sunshine and rainbows, even on homecoming. ESPN currently gives the Vandals over a 60% chance to win on Saturday against Louisiana-Lafayette, but there is serious cause for concern undermining that rosy outlook. The Ragin’ Cajuns lead the all-time series between the two teams 3-2 dating back to 2001. Here’s why they […]

Sun Belt Roundup 10/18/16 October 17, 2016

  Appalachian State 24 – Louisiana-Lafayette 0  The Mountaineer defense provided the team’s first shutout performance of the season and claimed a nonconference road victory over the Ragin’ Cajuns. Appalachian State quarterback Taylor Lamb had a 12-for-16 performance, tallying 187 yards and one touchdown. Receiver Shaedon Meadors caught five passes for 120 yards in the […]