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The roof mirrors the undulating curves of the Palouse landscape, and the massive honey blonde beams that support it evoke the soaring arches and buttresses of a Gothic cathedral. Construction on the Idaho Central Credit Union Arena has advanced to the point that what had been a 55-year dream to replace the University of Idaho’s 92-year-old Memorial Gym is now a tangible, striking campus presence just north of the UI’s other athletics showpiece, the Kibbie Dome.
At last, there’s some normalcy at the University of Idaho.
In any other year, the first week of basketball practice would involve knocking off rust that playing pickup games won’t scour away and working with coaches to intentionally shape a team and identify and focus on goals for the season ahead.
There was a distinct sense of surprise Monday among the New Orleans Saints’ social media following when the NFL team revealed its initial depth chart and had Idaho’s Kaden Elliss slotted No. 1 at strongside linebacker.
The Idaho Vandals’ trio of Laney College products weren’t at all taken by surprise in late July, when they binged through the latest season of Last Chance U – a Netflix docuseries following the lives of players at football powerhouse junior colleges.
Saturday came with discouraging news for various local college and high school products hoping for a spot on an NFL 53-man roster.
For coaches accustomed to meticulously plotting every aspect of their program from practice drills to travel itineraries, it’s yet another round of revisions as they await an official spring timeline. Welcome to college volleyball in 2020 … and soon to be 2021, though nothing in college sports seems certain in the age of coronavirus.
The franchise is the same, but there aren’t many other similarities between Benson Mayowa’s first year in the NFL and his eighth.
After the Big Sky Conference on Thursday directly announced none of its fall teams would compete in or out of the league, University of Idaho athletics director Terry Gawlik and football coach Paul Petrino discussed a season without sports for the Vandals.
While Presidents of Big Sky Conference schools have voted to move the league football schedule to the spring, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Idaho is still trying to pull together in some form or fashion a nonconference football schedule of a handful of games for the fall.
When the University of Idaho tested fall sport athletes in July, nine out of 125, mostly football players, came up positive for coronavirus.
While the Big Sky Conference football season remains in limbo on the cusp of August, more than a dozen ex-Eastern Washington and Idaho standouts enter preseason NFL training camps around the country.
An Idaho 20 for 20? As in the number of conferences the Vandals have called home since the turn of the century?
The Big Sky Conference’s Presidents’ Council has approved delaying the first date of competition for its Olympic sports during the fall 2020 season, the conference announced Friday.
Before the coronavirus pandemic halted college sports in March, Big Sky Conference football media days were slated to take place in downtown Spokane at the Davenport this summer.
Bill Belknap, who led the University of Idaho athletic department to new heights during his 10-year run as athletic director, died Friday at the age of 81.
The Great Northwest Athletic Conference announced Friday it would suspend its fall sports season, leading to the cancellation of Idaho’s football home opener against Western Oregon on Sept. 5 in Moscow, Idaho.
Seating capacity for Idaho football games this fall in the Kibbie Dome will be capped at 5,100 fans, the university announced Wednesday.
The Money Team, which included players from Gonzaga, Eastern Washington and Idaho, committed costly mistakes down the stretch and made a quick exit from The Basketball Tournament (TBT).
With the closest thing to basketball in the era of COVID 19 being games of H-O-R-S-E played remotely and broadcast by ESPN, the six-year-old The Basketball Tournament was more than ready for its star turn when games tipped off July 4.