New Year’s Resolutions2020 is a new year and a new decade. This year promises to be a big year for sports in Montana, and there are exciting things brewing at ESPN Missoula! We will be sure to update you as those things are happening, and we can not wait to share these changes with you. During the first show of 2020, Ryan and Colter shared their New Year's ... More
Welcome the Missoula PaddleHeadsThe Missoula Osprey have been teasing a name change for a while, and it's here! The Arizona Diamondbacks Rookie League affiliate is officially the Missoula PaddleHeads. https://twitter.com/MiLB/status/1191411865932484608?s=20 “When we started this process, the goal was to develop a new brand that Missoula would be proud of,” ... More
Bobcat outburst leads Montana State to 42-7 win over Southern Utah
BOZEMAN, Montana — Jeff Choate said on Monday in a press conference that seemed part confessional, part therapy and totally honest that his team needed to “play to win.”
Montana State’s head football coach mentioned his Bobcats’ struggling offense needing to avoid “getting put in a box.”... More
Griz dominate final three quarters in 59-20 win over Idaho State
MISSOULA, Montana — For about 45 minutes on Saturday afternoon, it looked like the former pupils might thrash their former mentor.
As Montana quarterback Dalton Sneed stood on the sideline throwing the ball gingerly and appearing to favor his throwing (right) arm, things looked bleak for a Griz team celebrating its 100th homecoming game against Idaho State.... More
Griz finish strong in 47-27 win over Monmouth
MISSOULA, Montana — The Grizzlies could never quite seize the momentum in the first half against Monmouth despite a few slick trick plays that led to touchdowns and an electric kick return for a score by Malik Flowers.
Coming out of the halftime locker room, No. 19 Montana continued its trend of dominating the early portion of the third quarter, scoring on its first possession, getting a stop, and scoring again.... More
MR. ELECTRICITY: Louie-McGee weaves his way into Montana record books
MISSOULA, Montana — It’s 7 a.m. on the first day of Jerry Louie-McGee’s career as a Montana Grizzly. And he’s late.
Because of a glitch in his eligibility, the wide receiver from Coeur d’Alene by way of tiny Worley, Idaho did not get to participate in fall camp in 2015 in Missoula. He could not join the Griz until school began several weeks after Montana opened its first fall camp under head coach Bob Stitt.... More