MISSOULA -- Just like Montana last weekend at Wyoming, Central Washington will play up Saturday with every intention of cutting down its so-called superior foe.
NOTE: This is the first installment of a summer-long series projecting the Top 10 players at each position for the 2014 Big Sky Conference football season.
MISSOULA — In the coldest game ever played at Washington-Grizzly Stadium, a band of beach boys bounced Montana.
NOTE: This is the first installment of our weekly series projecting the Top 10 players at each position for the 2013 Big Sky Conference football season.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Together, North Dakota’s Braden Hanson and Greg Hardin are Red River H2O: Hanson set one Big Sky record Saturday with 660 yards passing and Hardin set another with 333 receiving.
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.
No. 14-ranked Montana aims to dispatch Northern Arizona for the 15th consecutive year and for 24th time in the last 26 when the Lumberjacks visit Washington-Grizzly Stadium on Saturday.
MISSOULA — The Montana Grizzlies’ offense certainly didn’t hit on all cylinders Saturday, but a win is a win is a Nguyen.
With their offseason of uncertainty finally over, the Montana Grizzlies can focus on the business of football again.