This morning the Big Sky Conference announced it will be moving its 2020 football season to the spring, effectively putting one of the final nails in the FCS Playoffs coffin. With the Big Sky out, many people seem to think the Missouri Valley will be the next conference officially putting an end to the FCS … Continue reading The Questions I Have About Spring Football 2021
What does this season hold for Idaho? The news that the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) and PAC-12 are going to conference only schedule for fall 2020 means Vandal football has an open date week 1 and week 3. For now, Idaho expects to play in the fall and the Big Sky has not ruled … Continue reading Replacement Ideas For Week 1 & 3
For the third consecutive year Idaho has a QB Competition coming into fall camp. With the recent announcement broke by Colton Clark of the Lewiston Tribune, that Lewiston’s Colton Richardson will not be returning to the team this fall. The competition now seems even more open than before. With Colton out, Idaho will carry five"ish" … Continue reading What To Know About Quarterbacks In June
Jeff Cotton 6’2 204lbs Youtube: https://youtu.be/pZdZEqJZb5Y Twitter @Jnyce81 Instagram: @Jcotton_1 Representative: Chris Gittings OneWestSports.com Accolades: 2019: 3rd team AP All-American 2nd team All-Conference FCS Leader in Receptions per game 8.80 Hula Bowl Participant 2016: NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American Noah Johnson 6’4 311 Lbs Youtube:https://youtu.be/Hn1TGehR2LQ Twitter: @NoahJ_2016 Instagram: @NoahJohnson_74 Representative: Evan Brennan uasports.us Accolades: 4 Year … Continue reading What to know about Jeff Cotton, Noah Johnson & Llyod Hightower NFL!
authors note: I originally wrote this piece "The Company You Keep" in late 2018. It's intention was to compare Idaho to the other division 1 institutes out west. In statistics I saw relevant with intentions of creating new a FBS Conference, using the "Front Porch Argument". I ened up not posting it because I felt … Continue reading Ranking the Schools out West