After a chilly, foggy Friday, the weather gods have smiled on Moscow today — it’s a beautiful day for college football and basketball! The Vandals will take on Utah State at 2 p.m. in the Kibbie Dome and Eastern Washington at 7 p.m. in Mem Gym.
For the 7-4 Vandals, they’ll be looking for a Senior Day to remember as Idaho closes out its best regular season in a decade and looks ahead to its first bowl since 1998. After two ugly losses, QB Nathan Enderle should be back in action and ready to lead the Vandals to a momentum-building victory over the 3-8 Aggies.
We’ll bring you all the action from the Dome with play-by-play commentary, analysis and chat at Vandal Nation Live, starting at 1:30 p.m. with our pregame show. Kickoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. We’ll have scoring updates on the Vandal Nation Twitter as well.
At 6:30 p.m., or immediately following football, we’ll have Vandal Nation Live coverage of Idaho hoops, as the men look for their best Division I start since the 1982-83 season. Tip-off against the Eagles is scheduled for 7 p.m. Our game preview is here.
This Weekend in the WAC
New Mexico State takes on San Jose State at 5 p.m. in Dick Tomey’s best remaining chance at getting a WAC win before retirement. Navy visits Hawaii in a game the Warriors must win to keep their slim bowl hopes alive. We’ve got the lowdown on all three of today’s WAC contests here.
Yesterday, Boise State beat Nevada, 44-33, to clinch at least a share of the WAC championship. Louisiana Tech and Fresno State are idle.
- We’ve got our Better Know a Foe preview of the Aggies, thanks to Wade Denniston of the Logan Herald-Journal.
- The Lewiston Tribune’s Jesse Baumgartner says that with Enderle back, the Vandals should pull out an eighth win.
- Chiming in with his preview, the Spokesman-Review’s Josh Wright figures this game to be key in Idaho’s bowl dreams.
- Wade Denniston previews the game for the Logan Herald-Journal, noting the Aggies aren’t taking the Vandals lightly.
- Nick Jezierny of the Idaho Statesman has a great feature on “Diesel” DeMaundray Woolridge’s final home game.