MISSOULA — Spurred by a relentless defense, Montana cast a nasty post-Halloween spell on Sacramento State on Saturday.
MISSOULA — Inconsistency has been a bugaboo for Montana’s offense this season.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Whatever it is Cal Poly has been eating at halftime, there’s a couple of Big Sky Conference teams that could use the recipe.
MISSOULA -- Slowly but surely sophomore Joe Mollberg has gained traction as signal-caller in North Dakota’s new offense.
MISSOULA — Cast in front of a large homecoming crowd craving an offensive breakout, Montana delivered a treat sweeter than cotton candy.
MISSOULA — To borrow an old cowboy expression, the Montana football team is a little buggered up this week.
FARGO, N.D. - The top-ranked North Dakota State football team held off fourth-ranked Montana Saturday in posting its 28th straight win, 22-10, at the jam-packed Fargodome.
While it’s over the top, linebacker Keyen Lage’s praise of Montana QB Jordan Johnson says a lot about South Dakota’s defensive focus this week.
MISSOULA -- Ian Shoemaker attended a small, prestigious college in Iowa where he was MVP of the football team at running back and set school standards as a baseball slugger.
HELENA — The University of Montana football team is ranked fourth by the media and fifth by Football Championship Subdivision coaches after its 17-12 loss at Wyoming on Saturday.
Colby Kirkegaard would just as soon forget his only start at quarterback for the Wyoming football team.
Jamal Wilson’s coach calls him “the irreplaceable guy.”
Before you go worrying about Jackson Thiebes, realize how far he’s come in a short period of time.
A pair of high school quarterbacks have committed to the Montana Grizzlies for 2015, though one will be playing a different position once he gets to college.
MISSOULA -- Playing running back on the Division I college level is a little like prizefighting.
There were times last fall when Josh Janssen must’ve felt like he was wearing a maroon body suit.
MISSOULA — Travon Van is like the scorching afternoon sun in Missoula.
More than a name, Chase Naccarato is what opposing defenses will be doing when they face Montana this fall.
The new man in the middle for Montana’s defense had two tackles in his first two years as a Grizzly.
For all he’s accomplished in a Montana football uniform, senior safety Matt Hermanson probably deserves a good nickname.