MISSOULA — When it comes to lingering disappointment, coach Joe Glenn is not afraid share his feelings.
Paul McCartney won’t be the only one rockin’ and rollin’ on the University of Montana campus Tuesday.
Jordan Johnson is back next year. As are Jordan Canada, Travon Van, Ellis Henderson, Jamaal Jones and several solid linemen. Offensively, the Grizzlies look well-stocked personnel-wise.
Mick Delaney was adamant. Montana’s second-year coach didn’t want to talk this week about Robin Pflugrad, the controversy surrounding his firing a year and a half ago, nor his return to Washington-Grizzly Stadium on Saturday. Said Delaney:
Montana football coach Mick Delaney made at least one guarantee this week regarding Northern Arizona running back Zach Bauman.
Capital High all-state running back/cornerback and Montana Gatorade football player of the year Gunnar Brekke confirmed Thursday that he is officially switching sides of the Cat-Griz rivalry.
MISSOULA — Southern Utah’s Brad Sorensen was sacked seven times, had his helmet bounced off the Washington-Grizzly Stadium turf by Caleb Kidder and threw 23 incomplete passes Saturday.
MILES CITY — Terry Thomas’ shotgun, multi-wideout offense will be on display during the 19th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl on Saturday.
"Let the broken hearts stand
MILES CITY — At face value, Montana’s 13-5 series lead over North Dakota in the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl is a record of domination.
Montana all-star quarterbacks J.T. Linder (Dillon) and Brady Gustafson (Billings West) talk about the team adjusting to a new offense. Linebacker Benjamin Stroh (Chinook) talks about adjusting to 11-Man football after playing 8-Man football in high school, and Caleb Kidder (Helena Capital) t…
Caleb Kidder (Helena Capital), Benjamin Stroh (Chinook), Brady Grustafson (Billings West), and J.T. Linder (Dillon) talk about adjusting to the new offensive and defensive schemes at practice for the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl on Saturday.
HELENA — The Montana Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame has announced the 2012 winners of its scholar-athlete awards.
Rob Ash had just 10 scholarships to divvy up, but Montana State's sixth-year coach said his Bobcats still came away with the top players on their recruiting board.
At the halfway point of the AA boys basketball seasons, Billings West and Helena Capital sit in first place in their respective conferences, giving them the inside tracks at the byes into the state tournament.
Helena Capital senior Caleb Kidder is Montana's Gatorade football player of the year.
HELENA - Helena Capital guard Caleb Kidder has made a verbal commitment to play football at the University of Montana.