MISSOULA — He’s quick to smile, with a mid-summer golfer’s tan that makes him look 10 years younger.
LEWISTOWN -- The Montana Grizzlies' spring tour will make a stop in Lewistown on Monday at the Pine Meadows Golf Course.
The Montana Grizzlies' annual Spring Tour through eastern Montana brought them to the monthly meeting of the Midland Roundtable at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center on Thursday. UM athletic director Kent Haslam, along with football coach Mick Delaney, men's basketball coach Wayne Tink…
The University of Montana Grizzlies will be well represented at the Midland Roundtable's monthly gathering Thursday at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Ryan Sauther will be the next president of the Midland Roundtable.
MISSOULA -- Montana’s offense scored three touchdowns, including a 9-yard pass from Jordan Johnson to tight end Jordan Harper, but it was a night for defense Saturday at the Grizzlies’ annual spring football game.
Montana’s annual spring football will be held Saturday at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Some leftovers from a busy Signing Day:
Montana State reopened its Lone Star pipeline to acquire eight new football players from Texas on National Signing Day. The Bobcats also received letters of intent from five in-state recruits.
MISSOULA -- Montana strength and conditioning coach Rob Oviatt has left the football program due to undisclosed personal reasons, coach Mick Delaney said Tuesday.
Turn back the clock to November of 2012. Montana had just lost to rival Montana State at home, which gave the Grizzlies a 5-6 record, their first losing season in a generation. It was then that coach Mick Delaney issued a bold promise, saying:
HELENA — Two Montana college football coaches have received post-season honors.
It was the most contentious moment of Montana’s 42-35 loss to Coastal Carolina.
Jordan Johnson played like a quarterback possessed in his only previous appearance in the postseason, throwing for 608 yards, rushing for 179 more and accounting for eight touchdowns as Montana made a run to the semifinals in 2011.
Something happened to the Montana defense four weeks ago in South Dakota.
MISSOULA — Forget about all the lateral tap dancing you see from a lot of college running backs.
MISSOULA -- A more intriguing foe you’d be hard-pressed to find for Montana’s Football Championship Subdivision playoff opener on Saturday.
Between the freezing weather and the elevation change, Montana’s FCS playoff foe is going to have a few extra things to worry about on Dec. 7.
Mick Delaney saw the handwriting on the wall. He knew that if the Montana Grizzlies won more games this season, his contract situation would work itself out.
Call it an early birthday present.