It appears that your browser does not support JavaScript, or you have it disabled. This site is best viewed with JavaScript enabled. If JavaScript or cookies are disabled in your browser, please enable them and then reload this page.
Skip to main content
Help

Vandal Bobbleheads

Please enter a search Criteria

Sort By:

FILTER BY:

Price

to
Image For John Freiz (#17 QB) Vandal Football Bobblehead

John Freiz (#17 QB) Vandal Football Bobblehead

Item Description

Part of the University of Idaho Vandals Bobblehead Collection.

Celebrate storied quarterback John Freiz with this unique University of Idaho Vandals bobblehead.

About John Freiz
Friesz was the Vandals starting quarterback for three years, beginning in 1987, when he threw 28 touchdown passes as a sophomore and was named player of the year in the Big Sky and second team All-American (Division I-AA). In his junior season of 1988, he guided the Vandals to a 9–1 regular season and two playoff wins, ending the season with a road loss in the Division I-AA semi-finals. He was a consensus All-American selection at quarterback.

In his senior season in 1989, Freisz threw 31 touchdowns and for over 4,000 yards in guiding the Vandals to their third consecutive conference championship. Idaho went undefeated in conference play (8–0), the only time in school history. Friesz averaged over 360 yards per game and passed for over 300 yards in ten consecutive games. He received the Walter Payton Award as the outstanding player in the nation in Division I-AA.

In his college career, #17 passed for over 10,000 yards and was the conference player-of-the-year for three consecutive years. The Vandals' annual MVP award has been renamed the John Friesz Award in his honor.

In August 2006, Friesz was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and his #17 was officially retired by the University of Idaho in October 2006.

Item: 2021822

Price: $5.00

QTY :

This item has been added to your Cart.

Image For John Yarno (#56 C) Vandal Football Bobblehead

John Yarno (#56 C) Vandal Football Bobblehead

Item Description

Part of the University of Idaho Vandals Bobblehead Collection.

Capturing the flowing hair of his playing career, this John Yarno bobblehead symbolizes his shining carer and your love for the Vandals.

About John Yarno
The 1976 Big Sky Football Player of the Year wasn’t a flashy quarterback or running back, he was a gritty, tough warrior of the trenches. He was Idaho center John Yarno. The 1976 AP first-team All-American was the first interior lineman to earn the Big Sky honor and also the first unanimous winner of the award.

He helped lead the Vandals to a 7-4 overall record, their first winning season in five years, and a second-place finish in the Big Sky. After the season, he earned Idaho’s Offensive MVP award.

The Seattle Seahawks took Yarno in the fourth round of the 1977 NFL Draft. He played six NFL seasons and appeared in 74 games for the Seahawks. His #56 jersey was retired by the University of Idaho in 1977.

• Approx. 6.5 – 7 inches tall
• 2.5 inch base

Item: 2019650

Price: $5.00

QTY :

This item has been added to your Cart.

Image For Wayne Walker (#53 LB, C) Vandal Football Bobblehead

Wayne Walker (#53 LB, C) Vandal Football Bobblehead

Item Description

Part of the University of Idaho Vandals Bobblehead Collection.

Remember the legendary player, Wayne Walker, while showing off your Vandal Pride for the University of Idaho football team. About Wayne Walker
Walker was a three-year starter at linebacker and center from 1954-57. As a senior, Walker was chosen to be team captain and to represent Idaho in the East-West Shrine Game and the Chicago All-Star Game. He was voted the Most Valuable Defensive Player in the Shrine Game after recording 15 tackles, two interceptions and one blocked punt.

Walker was drafted in the fourth round by the Detroit Lions, where he went on to enjoy a highly successful career at linebacker and placekicker. He was selected to the NFL All-Rookie Team and later was honored with five Pro Bowl appearances.

Walker played in 200 games for the Lions, a franchise record that was not broken until placekicker Jason Hanson played his 201st game in 2004. After retiring from professional football, Walker went on to an Emmy-award winning career as a sports broadcaster for KPIX-TV in San Francisco. He spent 11 years as a color analyst for CBS sports and retired as the color commentator for the San Francisco 49ers.

Wayne Walker passed away in 2017.

• Approx. 6.5 – 7 inches tall
• 2.5 inch base

Item: 2026158

Price: $5.00

QTY :

This item has been added to your Cart.

Showing Results 1 - 3 of 3

Items Per Page

Privacy and Disclaimer
I.3.A