Sunday, November 18, 2007


*smiles* Yesterday afternoon around 2:00 p.m. a great game started. The Boise State Broncos vs. The Idaho Vandals. This is both teams' biggest rivalry.

The University of Idaho is very corrupt. In the past year about 16 players have either been arrested, expelled or suspended. I'm not saying Boise State is perfect, but they at least have their head on straight.

Anyways, Boise hosted the game and what a game it was. My dad and I had to listen to it on the radio, but it was better then nothing. It got a little scary in the first half as the Broncos were struggling to get plays down, but after halftime, boy what a game. The final score was 58-14.
Near the end the Vandal players started playing nasty and revealed their true rotten innards.
After the game, not surprisingly, lots of police had to come in and settle some people down and even make some arrests.

Praise the Lord! Go Broncos!

Photo Credits:
1. Ian Johnson being dragged down with a facemask. -The Idaho Statesman.
2. Jeremy Childs breaks free to score a touchdown. -Shawn Raecke
3. Akey. The Vandals coach. Doesn't he look scary? - The Idaho Statesman.
4. Austin Pettis celebrates after scoring a touchdown. - Shawn Raecke


Hannah said...

58-14!! Whoa that was a beating!! :)

Traci said...

I know! :D It was Senor day, so we gave them all we had.

Erin said...

"true rotten innards."

*dies laughing*

Anonymous said...

Yea, It was a BIG surprise. Talk about how they were beat! WOW!!!

Traci said...

"true rotten innards."

I was very proud of myself for thinking of that Erin! ;)

Sherry said...

Glad you beat those outlaws...I mean Vandals! Your football recaps are almost as fun as being with you when you are watching the game...almost.
; )

Anonymous said...

Nice bias. Good grief, why make fun of Coach Akey? He was the one that entered the program and actually got rid of all the bad apples and started from scratch and played by the rules. And more bias, omg, playing dirty? Arrests? This all from sitting at your house listening on a radio. People are people. Grow up.