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2014 Idaho Vandals football
ConferenceSun Belt Conference
2014 record1–10 (1–7 Sun Belt)
Head coachPaul Petrino (2nd season)
Offensive coordinatorKris Cinkovich (2nd season)
Defensive coordinatorRonnie Lee (2nd season)
Home stadiumKibbie Dome
(Capacity: 16,000)
Seasons
← 2013
2015 →
Template:2014 Sun Belt football standings

The 2014 Idaho Vandals football team represented the University of Idaho in the 2014 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Vandals are led by second year head coach Paul Petrino and play their home games on campus in Moscow at the Kibbie Dome. They finished the season 1–10, 1–7 in conference play to finish in a tie for ninth place.

Idaho returned to the Sun Belt Conference as a "football only" member in 2014; they previously competed in the conference in the same capacity from 2001 through 2004. Idaho was an independent for football in 2013. The team was ineligible for postseason play regardless of their final record due to an insufficient Academic Progress Rate.

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 307:00 p.m.Florida*ESPNUcanceled[a]
September 64:00 p.m.at Louisiana–MonroeESPN3L 31–3816,694
September 132:00 p.m.Western Michigan*ESPN3L 33–4514,721
September 205:00 p.m.at Ohio*ESPN3L 24–3625,211
September 273:00 p.m.South Alabama
  • Kibbie Dome
  • Moscow, ID
ALTL 10–3414,887
October 45:00 p.m.at Texas StateESPN3L 30–3521,345
October 113:00 p.m.at Georgia SouthernALTL 24–4723,250
October 182:00 p.m.New Mexico Statedagger
  • Kibbie Dome
  • Moscow, ID
ALTW 29–1715,207
November 12:00 p.m.Arkansas State
  • Kibbie Dome
  • Moscow, ID
ALTL 28–4411,082
November 83:30 p.m.at San Diego State*RTRML 21–3546,293
November 152:00 p.m.Troy
  • Kibbie Dome
  • Moscow, ID
ALTL 17–348,535
November 2911:00 AMat Appalachian StateESPN3L 28–4519,721
Schedule Source:[1]
^[a] The game did not kickoff until 9:50 p.m. due to inclement weather. The game was again delayed due to lightning after 10 seconds of play during which Florida returned the Idaho kickoff to the Idaho 14-yard line.[2] The game was called as "suspended" 40 minutes after the second delay due to unsafe field conditions.[3] [2][4] Both schools' athletic directors decided on September 3 not to reschedule the game, thus declaring it a "no contest". Florida did agree to pay Idaho its promised fee of $975,000 and the schools agreed to schedule a game for the 2018 season.[5]

NFL DraftEdit

No Vandals were selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, but offensive tackle Jesse Davis was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks.[6]

ReferencesEdit

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