Idaho coach Paul Petrino signed his son, Mason, above, who threw for 2,092 yards with 20 touchdowns and four interceptions as a senior at Pullman (Wash.) High. Mason could play quarterback or wide receiver. “One year when I was at Illinois and I blew out my ACL, Mason would demonstrate all the receiver drills first before the players would do it,” Paul Petrino said. “He’s going to be a good football player.”
Idaho coach Paul Petrino signed his son, Mason, above, who threw for 2,092 yards with 20 touchdowns and four interceptions as a senior at Pullman (Wash.) High. Mason could play quarterback or wide receiver. “One year when I was at Illinois and I blew out my ACL, Mason would demonstrate all the receiver drills first before the players would do it,” Paul Petrino said. “He’s going to be a good football player.” Steve Hanks The Lewiston Tribune
Idaho coach Paul Petrino signed his son, Mason, above, who threw for 2,092 yards with 20 touchdowns and four interceptions as a senior at Pullman (Wash.) High. Mason could play quarterback or wide receiver. “One year when I was at Illinois and I blew out my ACL, Mason would demonstrate all the receiver drills first before the players would do it,” Paul Petrino said. “He’s going to be a good football player.” Steve Hanks The Lewiston Tribune

Idaho football announces defense-heavy signing class

February 03, 2016 04:42 PM