MOSCOW, Idaho — Arkansas offensive coordinator Paul Petrino has accepted an offer to become the next Idaho football coach, the Spokesman-Review has learned.
Petrino replaces Robb Akey, who was fired on Oct. 21 after five-plus seasons. The Vandals went 1-11 this year and have had one winning season since 2000.
In addition to running the offense and coaching quarterbacks at Arkansas, Petrino has previously coached at Illinois, Louisville and with the Atlanta Falcons, among other stops. The Butte, Mont., native was an offensive and special teams assistant at Idaho from 1992-1994. He's the brother of former Arkansas and Falcons coach Bobby Petrino.
MOSCOW, Idaho - Former University of Idaho football coach Robb Akey has confirmed to SWX that he has filed a lawsuit against the university.More >>
MOSCOW, Idaho - Former University of Idaho football coach Robb Akey has confirmed to SWX that he has filed a lawsuit against the university. Akey declined to comment on the lawsuit, but said he's been having fun chasing his two kids around and is looking forward to fishing this summer. He is looking to coach again, and has also considered doing some broadcast work.More >>