Posted by Dave Southorn on April 25, 2015
Boise State football’s quarterback competition became even more intriguing Saturday.
Ryan Finley, a sophomore and the likely front-runner to obtain the Broncos’ starting position for the Sept. 4 opener against former coach Chris Petersen and the Washington Huskies, was arrested late Friday night in Boise on charges of a minor consumption or in possession of an alcoholic beverage and resisting or obstructing officers, both misdemeanors. He was booked at Ada County Jail at 12:17 a.m. Saturday and released later in the morning.
No immediate punishment was handed down by Boise State, which via a spokesman said Saturday it was aware of the arrest and would handle it per student conduct guidelines. Finley, 20, is the only quarterback on the roster with game experience at Boise State, completing 12-of-27 passes for 161 yards with two touchdowns and an interception last season as a redshirt freshman backing up senior Grant Hedrick. He attempted the most passes in April 11’s Spring Game, going 13-of-25 for 196 yards and began the game with the No. 1 offense.
Posted by Dave Southorn on April 22, 2015
James Reid spent two seasons at the College of Southern Idaho, will transfer after season at UALR
Posted by Dave Southorn on April 15, 2015
Senior men’s basketball player will get a fifth year of eligibility after receiving medical hardship
Posted by Dave Southorn on April 10, 2015
Following veto of bill Monday, horse racing’s future a little more clear
Posted by Dave Southorn on April 3, 2015
The Mountain West and Missouri Valley conferences have revived their Challenge Series, but Boise State’s men’s basketball team isn’t quite getting the marquee opponent it got in the last installment.
Posted by Dave Southorn on March 31, 2015
The Boise State senior guard led the Mountain West in scoring in 2014-15 with 19.4 points per game.
Posted by Dave Southorn on March 24, 2015
Idaho football coach Paul Petrino met with the media Tuesday as the Vandals begin spring practices Wednesday in Moscow.