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Get your ‘Q on with T&N!

Sports and barbecue, barbecue and sports: Everyone knows the game is more fun when the grill is fired up. That's why this spring Missoula's #1 sports radio show is excited to offer you a chance at a FREE grill from Fred's Appliance and some finger lickin' food from the best BBQ joint around - Notorious P.I.G. Yep, you read ... More

Quarterback duel continues in latest Griz scrimmage

Quarterbacks Gresch Jensen and Dalton Sneed each had their moments Friday as the Montana Grizzlies offense righted itself in a frigid second spring scrimmage at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The quarterback battle has been a storyline throughout camp, with transfer Sneed pushing the incumbent Jensen. The two have been splitting ... More

MSU hoops star Hall declares for draft

BOZEMAN - Montana State basketball star Tyler Hall has decided he will forego his senior year to declare for the NBA draft in June. Hall, whose 1,861 career points ranks 10th on the Big Sky Conference's all-time list, said he will not hire an agent and therefore will remain eligible to withdraw from the process and either ... More

Bingham leads tight end reintroduction for Griz

Though he never left Missoula, Colin Bingham is thankful to finally be back home. After three years playing inside receiver for the Montana Grizzly football team, the fourth-year junior has shifted back to tight end - a position that earned him a first-team All-State nod as a senior at Big Sky High School in 2014. Bingham - ... More

Free golf, free dinner on us!

Hey, maybe it's in name only, but it is indeed spring - and this year your friends at 102.9 ESPN are celebrating with a golf/dinner package giveaway! That's right - two rounds of golf at Canyon River Golf Club plus a delicious dinner at Kobe Seafood & Steak, and it's all for FREE! If that's not glorious, then we'd ... More

Bracket time is here!

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE T&N TOURNAMENT When it comes to athletic competitions, there's nothing quite as riveting as the annual college basketball tournament. Not only does it keep us occupied day after day for nearly a whole month, but it's been proven to be completely random and entirely unpredictable. And ... More

Griz head strong into second half of Big Sky play

It's a trademark for Montana basketball this season: An unrelenting demand for excellence from fourth-year head coach Travis DeCuire. With a revenge win earlier this month over rival Montana State, followed by dominant defensive performances over Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, it's a demand that seemingly each key player ... More

Sain to return to Griz roots

Whether he played football in the rural Montana town where he was born or prepped at one of the nation's top high school programs - either way, Cole Sain was bound to be a Griz. Sain, whose family moved from Darby to Riverside, Calif., when he was nine years old, will circle back to his roots after committing to play Montana ... More

New-look women’s rivals square off

The Montana State women's basketball team made history last season when it swept Montana for the first time since 1999. The two-game triumph marked just the fourth time MSU won both match-ups since the rivalry started in 1974, and the Bobcats went on to win the Big Sky tournament and punch their first ticket to the NCAA ... More

Sac State CB coach headed to Montana

New Montana football head coach Bobby Hauck moved one step closer to completing his staff with the hiring of Sacramento State cornerbacks coach C.J. Cox. Though no official announcement has been made, Cox changed his Twitter profile Wednesday to reflect his move to Montana and Skyline Sports was able to confirm the pending ... More