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About the Idaho Vandals
The Idaho Vandals are the athletic teams of the University of Idaho. The university belongs to the Western Athletic Conference and compete in the NCAA Division I. Vandals is the school nickname, and their school mascot was named Joe Vandal. The school’s fight song is "The Sound of Idaho", and the school colors are Silver and Gold. They are also playing at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow, Idaho.
UI joined the WAC in July 2005, moving from the Big West Conference, which it had joined in 1996, moving back to Division I-A after 18 years in I-AA. Because the Big West discontinued football after the 2000 season, the UI was a "football-only" member of the Sun Belt Conference for four seasons (2001-04).
Prior to July 1996, UI competed in the Big Sky Conference for 33 years; it was a charter member in 1963. The Big Sky has been a Division I-AA conference since I-AA's formation in 1978, but from 1963-77, the conference was a "college division" (later Division II) for football. Although a charter member of the Big Sky, Idaho maintained its "university division" (Division I) status, with its additional football scholarships, by playing a non-conference schedule of Division I teams. Idaho moved down to the new I-AA division in 1978 as the Big Sky moved up from Division II.
From 1922-58, Idaho competed with eight of the present Pac-10 schools as a member of the Pacific Coast Conference. The PCC disbanded in the spring of 1959; Idaho then competed as an independent for four years until the Big Sky was launched in 1963.
Since returning to Division I-A status for football in 1996, Idaho has rekindled its rivalry with Washington State, eight miles (13 km) to the west in Pullman. The annual game, usually played at Martin Stadium in Pullman, was renewed in 1998 after just two meetings in two decades, and is referred to as the "Battle of the Palouse." The Cougars hold an immense advantage in the series (70-18-3 .786), but the Vandals did win back-to-back meetings in 1999-2000, following 14 straight Cougar victories from 1966-98. The last game played on the Idaho side of the border in this series was in 1966, a mudbath won by WSU. This game followed consecutive Idaho victories in 1964-65, which had been preceded by nine straight Cougar wins. Two of the recent games played in Pullman (1999 & 2001) were designated as Idaho "home games" to help reach existing NCAA minimum attendance requirements. The 2004 game was a designated Idaho home game for revenue purposes. The 2003 game was played in Seattle at Seahawks Stadium. The three games played in Pullman from 2005-07 were all WSU home games.
The last game in the series was played in 2007, a 45-28 WSU victory, their seventh straight over the Vandals. At the request of Vandals head coach Robb Akey, a former WSU assistant who became the Vandal head coach in 2007, the game will be played every four years rather than annually.
Boise is 300 highway miles (480 km) south of Moscow, and many UI students are from the Treasure Valley (greater Boise area), the major population area of the state. Idaho has had a major in-state rivalry with Boise State since 1971; BSU joined the Big Sky in 1970 but the football teams did not meet that season. BSU & UI moved to Division I-AA in 1978 and to Division I-A in 1996, joining the Big West.
Since 2000, the Vandals' football team has not been competitive against BSU, losing 10 straight games. Dominance in this rivalry has come in streaks, as the Vandal football team won 12 consecutive games over BSU from 1982-93, after the Broncos had dominated the previous decade.
Both schools are currently members of the WAC.
For most of its history, Idaho had an intense interstate rivalry with the University of Montana in Missoula. The teams have met for football 84 times (second only to the 91 games with Washington State). UI and Montana first played in 1903, and played every year from 1914-95 (except during the war years of 1918 and 1943-44 when neither school had a team). Montana was also a member of the Pacific Coast Conference until 1950, and a fellow charter member of the Big Sky in 1963. Idaho leads the overall series 55-27-2 (.667), but Montana has dominated the rivalry since 1991.
The teams have played just five times since Idaho moved back up to Division I-A in 1996, with the I-AA Montana Grizzlies winning the last four, the most recent meeting being in 2003. The winner of the Idaho-Montana game claims the Little Brown Stein.
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