Through my review of the historical documentation I’ve discovered several errors that appear in Idaho’s official record book and media guide. Here’s a list so far:
1893: Idaho won two games from WSU.
1898: Idaho won a game against WSU by forfeit.
1908-1924: Idaho competed in the Northwest Conference. (1922-1924 Idaho competed in both the PCC and Northwest Conference)
1911: Idaho’s game with Gonzaga occurred on October 14th in Moscow. The game’s date and location are both omitted from Idaho’s record book. The record book also omits the date and location of Idaho’s meeting with Lewiston Normal. That game occurred on October 7th and was also held in Moscow.
1917: The game against Montana occurred in Missoula, not Moscow. It occurred on Thanksgiving Day, November 29th and not on November 24th.
1919: The game against Oregon occurred in Moscow, not Eugene.
1920: The game against Whitman occurred in Walla Walla, not Moscow. The game occurred on October 30.
1921: Game against Oregon occurred in Portland, not Moscow.
1921: Game against Montana occurred in Moscow, not Missoula.
1921: Game against Gonzaga occurred in Spokane, not Moscow.
1923: Game against Oregon occurred in Eugene, not Moscow.
1923: Game against Oregon State occurred in Boise, not Moscow.
1926: Game against Creighton occurred in Omaha, not Moscow.
1927: Game against Montana State occurred in Moscow, not Bozeman
1927: Game against Saint Mary’s occurred in San Francisco, not Moscow.
1928: Game against Gonzaga occurred in Spokane, not Moscow.
1928: Game against Montana State occurred in Moscow, not Bozeman.
1929: Game against Whitman occurred in Moscow, not Walla Walla.
1932: Game against Utah State occurred in Boise, not Moscow.
1936: Game against Utah State occurred in Ogden, not Moscow.
1937: Game against Utah State occurred in Boise, not Moscow.
1942: Game against 2nd Air Force occurred in Spokane at Gonzaga Stadium, not in Moscow.