Killing Off an Old Rivalry For a New One May Be The Best Way To Win The Old One

Being back in the Big Sky gives us a unique opportunity to take back the State of Idaho's title for the biggest game. We used to have a true rival with Boise State: North Idaho vs. Southern Idaho, Urban vs. Rural. Academic school vs. Athletic school, History and prestige vs. hip startup. It got heated, … Continue reading Killing Off an Old Rivalry For a New One May Be The Best Way To Win The Old One

Tubs for my Thoughts: The only thing we know about Idaho football is that we know nothing

While the lot of you were gathering around your computers, at the Corner Club or in front of your TVs to watch Idaho's much-anticipated debut as an FCS program, I was rolling out of bed on two hours of sleep because I decided to stay up all night and watched some other college football games. … Continue reading Tubs for my Thoughts: The only thing we know about Idaho football is that we know nothing

Get hype for Idaho football in the Big Sky: All the reasons you need to feel positive about the transition

This spring I ignored the call from athletic department to renew my 2018 University of Idaho football season tickets. At the time I believed it was out of spite and/or because I wanted to make a statement. That may still be partly true, however, I believe the real reason was I could not face the … Continue reading Get hype for Idaho football in the Big Sky: All the reasons you need to feel positive about the transition

Tubs at the Club Podcast – Idaho football preview 2018

There's only so much shitty writing you can take from Vandals who drink too much, so we decided to add the element of a microphone ... with Vandals who drink too much. This is the fourth instalment of the Podcast with your host, Chris Hammond. Also featuring Tubs at the Club contributors Sean Kramer and … Continue reading Tubs at the Club Podcast – Idaho football preview 2018

Tubs for my Thoughts: Paul Petrino’s remaining presence in Moscow means no excuses, the expectation is immediate Big Sky success

As Paul Petrino sat next to a proud university president and an emotionally defeated athletic director, gathered in front of most of the Inland Northwest's sports reporters it was painfully obvious in an almost awkward way which of the three men was giddy about the announcement and which two would rather have not attended. President Chuck … Continue reading Tubs for my Thoughts: Paul Petrino’s remaining presence in Moscow means no excuses, the expectation is immediate Big Sky success