Tag: Kibbie Dome

  • Tubs at the Club Podcast: Back To The WAC

    Tubs at the Club Podcast: Back To The WAC

    Football in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) is coming back! But, should Idaho go back to the WAC? The WAC has FBS ambitions and could be a back door to an FBS return for the Vandals. Will it be an FBS-worthy conference? We discuss that and what it means for Idaho’s FCS and FBS future…again. […]

  • Tubs at the Club Podcast: President Scott Green

    Tubs at the Club Podcast: President Scott Green

    Guys, it’s been quite a while since we’ve had a President on campus which we’ve been absolutely excited about. Scott Green is here to end this existential crisis. A Moscow native, a Vandal, a proud Idahoan, the top man at the university himself joins the Tubs at the Club crew to discuss his pride in […]

  • Tubs at the Club Podcast: Dennis Patchin, the voice of the Vandals

    Tubs at the Club Podcast: Dennis Patchin, the voice of the Vandals

    We wrangled longtime Voice of the Vandals Dennis Patchin onto the Tubs at the Club Podcast, brought to you by Montucky Cold Snacks. Patchin takes us through his decades-long career in the Inland Northwest, his favorite moments, toughest moments, stories from the past and his thoughts on the future of University of Idaho athletics. On […]

  • Tubs at the Club Podcast: Idaho football and CFL legend Maxx Forde

    Tubs at the Club Podcast: Idaho football and CFL legend Maxx Forde

    Alex “the boat man” Boatman and Tubs at the Club godfather Sean Kramer catch up with Idaho football and Canadian Football League legend Maxx Forde, along with his chatty furbaby, about how he arrived at Idaho and his time as a Vandal. Then Chris Hammond joins as we take you around Big Sky and FCS […]

  • Tubs at the Club Podcast: Dan Satter of Big Sky Conference

    Tubs at the Club Podcast: Dan Satter of Big Sky Conference

    The Tubs at the Club crew speaks to Big Sky Conference Deputy Commissioner Dan Satter about the Covid-19 situations and the league’s decision to move the conference football schedule to the spring.