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Cody Finney

Cody Finney was born and raised in Sandpoint, Idaho. Currently Junior at Boise State University majoring in Communication, Finney strives be accurate in all aspects of his life. Inspired by photography, he wants to one day shoot for a Transworld snowboarding.

The United States will take on Serbia in the Davis Cup quarterfinals in Taco Bell Arena April 5, 2013, Jeff Ryan of the USTA Davis Cup program formally announced Wednesday morning. World No 1. Novak Djokovic will be featured for Serbia. This will be the first time Idaho has hosted the Davis Cup. Idaho is the 34th state to host this prestigious international competition. “I’m the happiest man not in Boise, not in Idaho, but in the entire United States,” Boise State men’s tennis coach Gregg Patton said. The Davis Cup is the largest annual international tennis team event in the ...

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MAACO Bowl number three rolls around for the Boise State Broncos who have fared well in the past two visits. This year’s challenger to Boise State is the Washington Huskies.  For the first time in ten years, the MAACO will be a day game with a kick-off at 1:30 p.m. The Broncos were at the top of MAACO Bowl executive director Dan Hanneke’s list because he knew Bronco Nation would manifest their colors and spirit at the game. Apart from ticket sales, Hanneke understands a great match up when he sees one. “(Boise State) is a quality, quality program and ...

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When Curt Hecker sprained his ankle in an all-star game between the north-south of California, he encountered his biggest fear: failure. With an athletic scholarship to play football at Boise State University, Hecker found himself in an unfamiliar place. Never had Hecker been injured in football, and now, for the first time, he was held back from his potential. “I wondered if I was really cutout for this,” Hecker said. Not knowing whether to quit or play through his struggles, Hecker consulted with his father. His father’s advice urged him to make a decision and stick with it. Upon classes ...

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As women’s volleyball comes to an end, men’s club volleyball continues. This team of 19 active student players is apart of the Pacific Intercollegiate Volleyball Association also known as the PIVA Conference. The club plays in tournaments from the Mountain West Volleyball Conference so they play teams from in Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and even Nationals in Kansas City later in the spring. “It’s the most fun, most challenging, difficult and all around sport there is. It is versatile and can be played a variety of ways. It takes great discipline and technique to play,” said president and middle blocker ...

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Thursday, Oct. 11, at approximately 7:00 a.m., a car fire occurred on the top floor of the Lincoln Garage. A small portion of the sidewalk on the corner of University Drive and Lincoln Avenue was lined with caution tape as The Boise Fire Department worked to put out the fire. Firefighters on scene moved people along as others worked to extinguish the fire. ...

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By Megan Riley Though it started in England in 1823, rugby has officially made its name in American sports and on Boise State’s campus. It can now be found on a list of club sports nationwide and some universities even recognize it as a school sanctioned team, recruiting athletes and giving scholarships. The sport of rugby is one of the most brutal sports to play on the Division I level, let alone at the club level at Boise State.  The most recent game against their biggest rivalry, the University of Idaho Vandals, brought out a crowd of nearly 100 and ...

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