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Vandals developing new identity on defense

No longer ago than last spring, Idaho’s impressionable young defenders could sit around the locker room after practice and listen to the old linebackers tell stories about their Super Bowl season. Or so it seemed.

Vandals’ Collin Sather diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer

No one should have to learn it like this, but Collin Sather, who said in high school “the most important thing to me is to be a coachable player,” is finding being a team member works both ways. The University of Idaho redshirt freshman wide receiver began experiencing stomach pains Jan. 17 and has been diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer. The UI football program and university administrators have rallied to support him.

Idaho Vandals head to Georgia for final game as FBS member

Idaho’s 22-year venture in FBS has resulted in an 85-174 cumulative record and three bowl wins, including the Famous Idaho Potatoes Bowl last year. After losing five league games by a combined 24 points in a star-crossed season, though, there will be no bowl for the Vandals this year.

Idaho’s Reuben Mwehla has grown with the program from Day One

As his career as an Idaho receiver tapers to three or possibly four games, if the Vandals can qualify for a bowl, Reuben Mwehla can look back on what he is convinced was the right decision at the right time to become the first player to sign with the Vandals in the Paul Petrino era.

Vandals look to ride momentum into midweek matchup with Troy

After making a goal-line stand in the final minute to turn away Louisiana-Monroe 31-23 and end a three-game losing streak, the Idaho Vandals (3-5) head to Troy (6-2) on Thursday with less desperation and more momentum. “We knew we had what it took to win. We got our backs off the wall a little bit,” UI linebacker Tony Lashley said.