Saturday night UNLV sunk a desperation three at the buzzer only to have it called off once officials took another look at it. The ensuring celebration by Coach Rice rubbed some Rebels the wrong way, so he took the time to explain himself Monday morning.
Stephen Madison added to his collection of Western Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors on Monday, raking in the award for the fifth time this season.
Marty Holly of College of Idaho has been named the 2013 NAIA Athletics Director of the Year.
UNLV point guard Deville Smith's game-winning shot was waived off after two video reviews, and Boise State took down the Runnin' Rebels 91-90 on Saturday night in overtime.
The 2014 Mountain West football schedule was released by the league office, Thursday. Dates have tentatively been set for each of the Broncos’ eight league games, though telecast and kick times are still being finalized and will be announced at a later date.
Boise State women’s basketball fell 71-51 at home to Mountain West Conference leader Colorado State Wednesday night in Taco Bell Arena
Anthony Drmic scored 19 points to go with five assists and Boise State knocked down 13 3-pointers in an 84-72 win at Colorado State on Tuesday night.
The College of Idaho Coyotes continues to impress. The Yotes clinched the Cascade Collegiate Conference over the weekend, and got the automatic bid to the NAIA National Tournament that comes along with it.
Chris Hansen had 27 points and made the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:29 left in overtime to lead Idaho State past Weber State 78-75 on Monday night
College of Idaho football coach Mike Moroski has announced the signing of additional 12 student-athletes to Frontier Conference Letters of Intent.
Cunningham places 12th and 13th in first day of two-man competition.
Derrick Marks hit two free throws with 13.4 seconds left to lift Boise State to a 71-70 victory over New Mexico Wednesday.
Anthony Drmic scored 26 for Boise State (15-9, 5-6) and Derrick Marks added 21 points.
Askew scored a career-high 34 points to go with career-tying 13 rebounds.
An 18-3 run early in the second half helped The College of Idaho to their eighth-straight win, as the No. 8 ranked Coyotes stopped Eastern Oregon, 67-54, inside the J.A. Albertson Activities Center.