Boise Junior College is finally returning to the Kibbie Dome for a football game. Erhm, fútbol. You see, Boise Junior College Emperor Bob Kustra and his Galactic Senate members on the state board of education are too stubborn to do the right thing and renew the Governor's Cup matchup of the gridiron, last played between … Continue reading The Boise Junior College rivalry is still alive, and so is the hate
The events in Virginia this week seems to have shaken us all, spurred debate and for some revealed the ugly truth about the lingering nature of Neo-Nazi and white supremacist sentiment in our country today. North Idaho has its own history with white supremacy, lasting decades and still having small semblances of an ugly legacy … Continue reading University of Idaho alum recalls North Idaho’s ugly past with white supremacy
Almost nothing about Thursday, December 22nd was even close to how I envisioned it. This realization came as I sprinted onto the disgusting blue turf, frantically looking for anybody and everybody to hug. I planted my first foot into the turf and expected the tears to flow from the my eyes. The tears never came. Prior … Continue reading I wasn’t prepared for any of this, and it was one of the best days of my life
I know where I was when Robb Akey decided to Go For Two. I know where I was when he told me to watch the second half because I was gonna love it. I was at my best friend's house in Kent. At the time it was just a game in the background. I wasn't … Continue reading Your stories from the 2009 Humanitarian Bowl victory
First off, let's be clear. Outside of the realm of the positive impacts on student-athletes it can have, college football is not as important as the giant television contracts tell you it is. I'm as guilty as anybody as having supported schools in the past which follow the money and are morally corrupt in putting football … Continue reading Idaho’s breakthrough season more than just football for me, kind of.