A fixation on streaks turned from dialogue into action last Saturday as the Montana football team rallied from a halftime deficit for a road win over Idaho State - a first in three seasons under head coach Bob Stitt.
The 39-31 win marked an end to another streak at Montana: Zero road conference success on the road in four ...
Cole Bergquist is quite literally the only man to walk in Gresch Jensen’s shoes in the modern generation.
When Dave Dickenson won the starting quarterback job as a sophomore at the University of Montana in 1993, it began a trend of multi-year starters under center.
Neither he - nor Brian Ah Yat or Drew Miller or John ...
MISSOULA — A perfect start instantly shifted into a gruesome nightmare for Reese Phillips on Saturday.
Montana’s senior quarterback completed his first 13 passes as the Griz scored with ease on their first two offensive possessions against overmatched Savannah State.
But early in the second quarter, Phillips stepped ...
They say college is about securing your professional success, and there's a lot of truth to that.
But we all know there's another reason why you're hear: It's time to enjoy the college lifestyle.
And what exactly is that? Sure, there's partying involved. And yeah, many of us meet "mates" throughout the course of a ...
For most of our lives, August in Missoula meant one thing and one thing only: Fair season!
Today, however, we experience another less fortunate association when someone mentions the month of August: Fire season.
And while the fair gets better and better every year (free admission, anyone?) it seems like the fires get worse: ...
Make no mistake, fire season has officially arrived in Missoula County.
Several fires are currently burning south of town in Lolo National Forest, the Sapphire Complex and Goat Creek fires being the largest.
And with the Sunrise fire growing near Tarko in neighboring Mineral County, the valley is filling up with smoke ...
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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 ...
You don't have to be a wildland firefighter to know it's not the most glamorous of jobs.
Hard physical labor under incredible pressure in suffocating heat far, far away from home? Yeah, no thanks. We're doing just fine sleeping at our desk.
So when we lose a peer who put his or her life on the line for our sake, we feel a ...