College of Idaho will play first football game Sept. 6

STATESMAN STAFFJanuary 10, 2014 

  • 2014 SCHEDULE

    Sept. 6: at Pacific

    Sept. 13: vs. Montana Western

    Sept. 20: at Southern Oregon

    Sept. 27: vs. Montana Tech

    Oct. 4: at Eastern Oregon

    Oct. 11: vs. MSU-Northern

    Oct. 18: at Rocky Mountain

    Oct. 25: vs. Southern Oregon

    Nov. 1: at Montana Western

    Nov. 8: vs. Eastern Oregon

    Nov. 15: at Carroll

    * School will release ticket information soon, it said.

By the time the opener rolls around this fall, the Caldwell school will have gone 13,438 days without playing a football game.

The Coyotes played Pacific University on Nov. 12, 1977 — then folded the program.

Football returns to the College of Idaho on Sept. 6 — against Pacific, which lost to the Coyotes 24-23 in that 1977 game.

The 2014 game will be played in Forest Grove, Ore. The Coyotes’ home opener is Sept. 13 against Western Montana in Simplot Stadium.

The C of I, which will compete in the NAIA Frontier Conference, will play 11 games this season.

All games will be played on Saturdays, and all 11 games will start at 1 p.m. local time.

The homecoming game is set for Oct. 11.

“The support we’ve received from the college community and the entire state is tremendous,” coach Mike Moroski said in a statement released by the school. “We look forward to welcoming fans to our games next fall as we celebrate the return of C of I football.’’

The school said it will release ticket information soon.

2014 SCHEDULE

Sept. 6: at Pacific

Sept. 13: vs. Montana Western

Sept. 20: at Southern Oregon

Sept. 27: vs. Montana Tech

Oct. 4: at Eastern Oregon

Oct. 11: vs. MSU-Northern

Oct. 18: at Rocky Mountain

Oct. 25: vs. Southern Oregon

Nov. 1: at Montana Western

Nov. 8: vs. Eastern Oregon

Nov. 15: at Carroll

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