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1912

In 1912 Idaho played only four football games. The season opened in Pullman against Washington State.  The game was dominated by Idaho and the Vandals won the game 13-0. Washington State tried multiple field goals but missed two and had … Continue reading

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1914

The 1914 Vandals opened the season on a high note defeating Gonzaga. By all accounts, Idaho was the vastly superior team, though only able to beat the visitors by 2 points and a score of 5-3. Idaho continued to be … Continue reading

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1915

The Vandals began the season on our a sour note – travelling to Missoula.  Not only that, but Idaho lost the game to the local team by a score of 15-3.  Montana tallied their 15 points via a touchdown, safety, … Continue reading

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1916

The silver and gold (or rather red and white, in 1916) started the season off slowly.  The Vandals hosted OAC in the first game of the season and the future Beavers (then Aggies) trounced Idaho 26-0.  The Aggies outplayed Idaho … Continue reading

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1917

In 1917 most of the news was rightfully dedicated to covering the war in Europe.  However, on campus the Mighty Vandals would play football for one more season before taking a short hiatus in 1918. The season began with a … Continue reading

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1919

The 1919 season marked a rebirth of Idaho football after no team was fielded in the 1918 season. Unfortunately the year off did not produce better results as the Vandals played to a 2-3 season record. The first game of … Continue reading

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1920

Idaho opened the six-game 1920 season with the annual contest against the border rival cougars.  WSC was heavily favored but the “Idaho Fights!” tradition was proven true once more by the brave and bold.  Idaho held the more experienced cougars … Continue reading

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