Idaho coach Paul Petrino and his Vandals host New Mexico State in the Kibbie Dome on Saturday, the last possible game in Moscow between the two Sun Belt teams for the foreseeable future. The Vandals and Aggies don’t have a football game scheduled beyond the 2017 season after being voted out of the Sun Belt Conference earlier this year. Beginning in 2018, Idaho will transition to the FCS Big Sky Conference, while New Mexico State plans to compete as an FBS independent.
Idaho coach Paul Petrino and his Vandals host New Mexico State in the Kibbie Dome on Saturday, the last possible game in Moscow between the two Sun Belt teams for the foreseeable future. The Vandals and Aggies don’t have a football game scheduled beyond the 2017 season after being voted out of the Sun Belt Conference earlier this year. Beginning in 2018, Idaho will transition to the FCS Big Sky Conference, while New Mexico State plans to compete as an FBS independent. Young Kwak The Associated Press
Idaho coach Paul Petrino and his Vandals host New Mexico State in the Kibbie Dome on Saturday, the last possible game in Moscow between the two Sun Belt teams for the foreseeable future. The Vandals and Aggies don’t have a football game scheduled beyond the 2017 season after being voted out of the Sun Belt Conference earlier this year. Beginning in 2018, Idaho will transition to the FCS Big Sky Conference, while New Mexico State plans to compete as an FBS independent. Young Kwak The Associated Press

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