HILLSBORO, Ore. – Montana’s redemption tour continued Saturday in front of a partisan road crowd as the Griz blitzed Portland State, literally and figuratively on the way to another convincing win.
All season Montana has been a second-half team. That was the case again on Saturday as the Grizzlies rallied for a 38-23 victory at Portland State. The win avenges last season’s 22-20 PSU win in Missoula, a victory that came thanks to Cody Williams’ 52-yard field goal at the buzzer.
Montana lost for the first time at home this season and for the first time at Washington-Grizzly Stadium to Portland State
since 1987 on Saturday in Missoula. Cody Williams' 52-yard field goal with four seconds left boosted the Vikings to a 22-20 victory in front of 25,205 on homecoming for the Griz.
Following the game, ...
If Montana head coach Bobby Hauck needs any reminder how hard it’s been to sustain success in the Big Sky Conference since his first seven-year stint in the league, he need look no further than this weekend's opponent.
broke through to the No. 5 seed in the FCS playoffs just four years ago in head ...
Montana head coach Bobby Hauck, sophomore wide receiver Sammy Akem (left) and redshirt freshman safety Robby Hauck address the media leading up UM's homecoming game against Portland State
in Missoula on Saturday.