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Idaho To Host Old Dominion Saturday

Idaho head coach Paul Petrino is hoping his Vandals can finish with three wins this season. Idaho head coach Paul Petrino is hoping his Vandals can finish with three wins this season.
The University of Idaho will host Old Dominion University on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. PT. The Vandals (1-8) will celebrate Senior day and try and send 17 players out with one last win at the Kibbie Dome. 

The Monarchs (6-3) defeated Rhode Island 66-14 last weekend and will look to win in Moscow and finish the season strong before they complete the move to become a member of the Conference USA next season. 

Last week verse Texas State quarterback Taylor Davis completed 57-percent of his passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns in Idaho's 37-21 loss. James Baker finished with 114 yards on 24 carries and the only other Vandal TD.  

Idaho will have a bye and then will hit the road to take on Florida State, Nov. 23, and New Mexico State on Nov. 30. 
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