Idaho State football has seen its season opener pushed back once already (EDIT: now twice!), and the Bengals’ season still hangs by a thread as the Big Sky Conference has not yet made a decision on whether to move forward with fall sports in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. But in an uncer…

Idaho State football has seen its season opener pushed back once already, and the Bengals’ season still hangs by a thread as the Big Sky Conference has not yet made a decision on whether to move forward with fall sports. But in an uncertain year, the Bengals are scheduled to start fall camp …

Idaho State football has seen its season opener pushed back once already, and the Bengals’ season still hangs by a thread as the Big Sky Conference has not yet made a decision on whether to move forward with fall sports. But in an uncertain year, the Bengals are scheduled to start fall camp …

POCATELLO — In the end, the Marsh Valley Eagles earned the final out of their winner-take-all championship game against the Pocatello Razorbacks on Friday the same way they won the Single-A state tournament overall — in the most anxiety-inducing way possible.

In this episode, former Idaho State sports information assistant Jon Match joins the ISJ Sports Podcast to talk his favorite moments from working at ISU, why he wishes every athlete could have their story told, and how he almost made golf his career instead.

POCATELLO — A quick perusal of the box score of Malad’s 11-1 victory over the Buhl Tribe in the opening round of the Single-A American Legion state tournament Monday night at Halliwell Park would not reveal any eye-popping stat lines or gaudy numbers. Peyton Briggs led the team in hits and R…

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Longtime coach and ultra-runner extraordinaire Ty Draney is this year’s keynote speaker for the Idaho State Journal’s Sports Stars awards banquet in Pocatello. Draney is a native of Auburn, Wyoming, and attended Idaho State University and Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho).

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The way the NBA standings look right now, there's a reasonable chance that the Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors could be slotted to see each other in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The last time Devin Booker walked off the court as a winner in four consecutive games, these were the opponents: Hampton, Cincinnati, West Virginia and Notre Dame.

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Harding Park is renowned for producing champions who are among the best in golf, from Byron Nelson to Tiger Woods, and a long list of Hall of Famers and major champions in between.

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Colorado State is pausing all football activities after an investigation started by the president of the university into the program’s handling of COVID-19 cases uncovered allegations of racism and verbal abuse toward athletes.