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Still no decisive starter under center for Montana this fall, but the addition of former Boise State QB Cam Humphrey now gives the Griz two relatively veteran options.
Cam Humphrey joins fellow transfer Dalton Snead and redshirt freshman Tanner Wilson in a three-way race for starting quarterback this fall - each hungry for the ...
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 - ...
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 ...
An assistant football coach with more than three decades calling plays for college defenses may be headed to Montana.
Skyline Sports is reporting Kent Baer, who most recently served as defensive coordinator at UNLV, is leading candidates for the same position for the Griz.
Before working at UNLV, the 66-year-old called ...
New Montana football head coach Bobby Hauck's contract could set him up to make more than incoming university president Seth Bodnar.
The catch? The team's coaches, players and staff have to meet a much higher standard of conduct off the field than was outlined in contracts past.
Hauck, who was officially hired Dec. 1, has ...
Before Wednesday’s practice, Montana defensive coordinator Jason Semore said his Griz needed to make a statement to earn respect on a national level.
Consider the statement made in resounding fashion.
Montana forced four first-half turnovers and ran 56 plays on Northern Colorado Saturday - and that was just before ...
For the first month of the season, Montana defensive coordinator Jason Semore likened Chris Favoroso acclimation into Montana’s defensive line to taking a difficult math test.
Now, with nine games under his belt, the defensive end is getting closer to acing his exam.
Favoroso lost his early-season starting gig the week ...