Coeur d'Alene (Id.) quarterback Chad Chalich talked about his recent commitment to Idaho…
"Idaho is a good fit for me"
Following a season in which the Vandal offense ranked near the bottom of most statistical categories nationally, Idaho is clearly making the offensive side of the ball a priority for the 2012 recruiting class. Of Idaho's 11 known early verbal commitments at the end of December, only one lines up defensively. And for good reason. As potent as the Vandal offense was in 2009 (ranked 22nd nationally with 31.8 points-per-game enroute to the Humanitarian Bowl victory), a steady decline began in 2010 and culminated with a frustrating 2-10 record last fall, including an offense that failed to score a touchdown (in regulation) during a two-game stretch. Fifth year offensive coordinator Steve Axman retired at the end of the season, and a new look is expected for the Vandal offense in 2012. With the added emphasis on offense and with an eye towards the future, Coeur d'Alene high school's dual-threat, record-setting quarterback Chad Chalich (pronounced chal · ich) became the first member of...
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