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Most of the details of his introduction to Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb., didn’t stick. Nate Enderle isn’t sure how old he was when he first went, or how often his family journeyed from the central part of the state – 230 miles away – to see the Cornhuskers after that.
MOSCOW, Idaho – In the buildup to Idaho’s highest-profile nonconference game in several years, Robb Akey was asked if the Vandals had quarterback Nate Enderle – a lifelong Nebraskan – in mind when they signed on to play tradition-rich Nebraska in Lincoln. The Cornhuskers and Vandals, after all, struck an agreement in 2007, Enderle’s first year as UI’s starter, and decided back then to meet in the QB’s senior season.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Maybe this was to be expected for a weeknight season opener. Penalties, bungled assignments, miscommunication – all came in bunches for the University of Idaho on Thursday night. But here’s what definitely was not expected: Most of the messy play came when the Vandals had the ball.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Before the Humanitarian Bowl went all wild-hairs-and- whoopie-cushions last December, Idaho coach Robb Akey had the play of the day – fixing his stare directly into the ESPN camera at halftime and commanding, “Watch the second half – you’re going to love it!” He could have spent halftime Thursday night handing out similar assurances to the 11,466 at the Kibbie Dome, section by section.
MOSCOW, Idaho – It wasn’t until October last fall that the University of Idaho football team’s identity – potent, if slow-starting, on offense and vulnerable on defense – fully materialized. What will the Vandals’ modus operandi be this season? Quarterback Nathan Enderle isn’t sure, but he hopes it doesn’t take as long to find out.
When the Idaho Vandals are done hanging their Humanitarian Bowl banner tonight, can they please pass the duct tape to Karl Benson? The commish needs it to try and keep the Western Athletic Conference together.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Come Thursday night, Idaho football fans will have a better sense of how the Vandals’ starting linebacker crew has coalesced. Already, though, this much is certain: They fit together splendidly at their off-campus home. JoJo Dickson and Robert Siavii are from Hawaii, Homer Mauga’s family used to live in Honolulu, and all three have carried the laid-back islands’ vibe to their house.
Allison Walker and Alicia Milo combined for 29 kills and the Idaho Vandals stunned the Washington State Cougars in the finale of the Cougar Invitational volleyball tournament on Saturday in Pullman. Kelsey Taylor had six blocks for the Vandals (2-1) who rolled to a 25-22, 25-19, 25-21 victory before 1,003 fans at Bohler Gym.