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Source: Raptors sign guard Will Cherry – July 30, 2014

Former D-League Canton guard Will Cherry has agreed to a two-year deal worth the NBA minimum with the Toronto Raptors, a source told Yahoo Sports Wednesday. More


NBA Saturday: That Other Guy on the Cavaliers – July 26, 2014

Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett weren’t the only standouts on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ summer league team. On a squad overshadowed by a pair of number one picks, a D-Leaguer fighting to earn a spot in the NBA made his mark. More

Report: Will Cherry drawing interest from Cavaliers, Raptors – July 25, 2014

One of my favorite little duels of Summer League was when Will Cherry and Casper Ware went mano-a-mano for a lengthy stretch of a Cavaliers vs. Sixers game in Las Vegas. These are two very quick, undersized point guards who want the ball in their hands and were trying hard to make an impression, trying to catch on as a third point guard in a league where carrying that guard is becoming more common. More


Washington-Grizzly Stadium undergoing upgrades – July 23, 2014

Washington-Grizzly Stadium has the reputation of producing the best fan experience in the Football Championship Subdivision, but Chuck Maes knows reputations are like eggs: fragile, easy to break and very hard to put back together. More


All 12 Griz games to be televised once again in 2014 – July 22, 2014

All 12 of The University of Montana's football games in 2014 will once again be televised this season, by either Cowles Montana Media or ROOT Sports, announced UM's Director of Athletics Kent Haslam Tuesday. More


Henderson named to 2014 CFPA Award Watch List – July 22, 2014

The University of Montana's Ellis Henderson has been named to the 2014 CFPA Kickoff Returner Award Watch List, as announced by College Football Performance Awards Tuesday. More


San Diego RB commits to Griz – July 20, 2014

The Montana Grizzlies have landed a running back for their 2015 recruiting class, with San Diego's Tyree Range confirming Saturday he has committed to play football for the Griz. More


Griz beat Cats 14-3 in initial Brawl of the Wild series – July 18, 2014

The Montana Grizzles hold bragging rights to the inaugural "Brawl of the Wild" rivalry series that took place during the 2013-14 athletic season, featuring in-state rivals University of Montana and Montana State University in a points-based, head-to-head competition in 13 sports. More


Shaw named to 2014 FCS Punter Award Watch List by CFPA – July 16, 2014

CHARLESTON, S.C. - The University of Montana's Stephen Shaw has earned a spot on the 2014 Football Championship Subdivision CFPA Punter Award Watch List, as announced by College Football Performance Awards today (Wednesday, July 16). More


Griz picked to finish second in 2014 BSC preseason polls – July 15, 2014

PARK CITY, UTAH -- The University of Montana Grizzlies have been picked to finish second in the 2014 Big Sky Conference preseason polls by both the league coaches and media, the conference announced today (Tuesday, July 15) from the Big Sky's annual football kickoff event here. More


Wagenmann has Big Sky’s full attention at defensive end – July 14, 2014

PARK CITY, Utah – There’s no need to sell Vernon Adams on why his Montana nemesis has been named Big Sky Conference preseason defensive MVP. More


Johnson: ‘We have the potential to be a better team’ – July 14, 2014

PARK CITY, Utah – No one was more directly responsible for Montana’s turnaround 2013 football season than quarterback Jordan Johnson. More


Wagenmann named to Buck Buchanan Award Watch List – July 10, 2014

PHILADELPHIA, PA - The University of Montana's Zack Wagenmann is one of 20 players who has been named to the 2014 Buck Buchanan Award (Football Championship Subdivision's defensive player of the year) Watch List, The Sports Network announced today (Thursday, Aug. 10). More


Cleveland Cavaliers Summer League: Who are these guys? – July 9, 2014

Cherry was a late addition to the Canton Charge last year, appearing in 18 games and starting 12 at point guard for the Charge. While with Canton, he averaged 11.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game. He's a little undersized, standing at 6'0" and weighing 185 lbs, but he's a good athlete and can rebound very well for a smaller guard. Not much information is available on Cherry, who played in Summer League with the Pelicans last year, but he should be the main backup point guard for this team. He played his college ball at the University of Montana, where he was a four-year starter, made the NCAA Tournament twice in 2010 and 2012, and was probably Damian Lillard's toughest competition in the Big Sky Conference. More


Against The Odds - Montana Native Tuff Harris Overcame Obstacles To Realize NFL Dream - July 9, 2014

The dream started in the fifth grade. That's when Tuff Harris began playing football, and that's when he knew that he would play in the NFL. At the time, he told his friends on the playground of his lofty goal. A goal that would be challenging for anyone to accomplish, and even more so for a kid who lived on the Crow Indian Reservation near Lodge Grass, Montana. More


14 for '14: Top small-school prospects – July 9, 2014

Zach Wagenmann, DE, Montana

Particulars: 6-foot-3, 250 pounds
Buzz: Wagenmann is easy to spot when you watch a Grizzlies game on TV -- he's the guy whose long blond locks are flowing out of his helmet when he is running down opposing quarterbacks. He will be a three-year starter for one of the best FCS programs in the nation and has 20 sacks and 29.5 tackles for loss in his career. Wagenmann had 8.5 sacks, 64 tackles and three forced fumbles last season. His pass-rush prowess is what has garnered notice from scouts. He didn't get serious about football until he was a junior in high school, instead concentrating on basketball. More


Cherry to play on Cavs' Summer League team – July 8, 2014

Will Cherry is trying his best to take it all in stride, though it’s about as easy as hitting a halfcourt shot blind-folded. More


Johnson named to 2014 Payton Award Watch List – July 7, 2014

Philadelphia, PA - University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson has been named to the 2014 Walter Payton Award Watch List, The Sports Network announced today (Monday, July 7). More


Henderson and Wagenmann named to preseason AA team – July 1, 2014

The University of Montana's Ellis Henderson and Zack Wagenmann were both named to The Sports Network's 2014 preseason All-America second team, that organization announced today (Tuesday, July 1). More

Griz total more than 2,100 hours of service in 2013-14 – June 26, 2014

Montana's student-athletes spent more than 2,190 hours donating their time to community service events and projects during the 2013-14 academic year, but you might wonder, How, exactly, does Griz soccer player Savannah Witt end up spending some of her free time at the Food Bank? More


Henderson and Jones named to CFPA watch list for wide receivers – June 23, 2014

The University of Montana's Ellis Henderson and Jamaal Jones have been placed on the 2014 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List for wide receivers, that organization announced recently. More


Big Sky Conference names Dave Dickenson top athlete – June 22, 2014

OGDEN, Utah – The Big Sky Conference reached the conclusion of its countdown of the "50 Greatest" male athletes and moments this week by honoring Great Falls native Dave Dickenson. More


Montana football No. 1 on the Big Sky's list of Greatest Moments – June 19, 2014

A dynasty began with the moving of earth in September of 1985.

If you want to see the moment when the fortunes of the University of Montana football program changed, then start up the DeLorean, adjust the time circuits, fire up the flux capacitor and return to the base of Hellgate Canyon in Missoula, Montana on that significant date. More


DeCuire announces men's basketball coaching staff – June 19, 2014

First-year University of Montana men's basketball mentor Travis DeCuire has selected his assistant coaches, he announced today. More


Canada on 2014 CFPA FCS Awards Watch List for RBs – June 16, 2014

The University of Montana's Jordan Canada has been placed on the 2014 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List for running backs, that organization announced recently. MoreRBs Watch List


Griz fullback, offensive lineman leave team – June 12, 2014

The past two months have been hard on the Montana football team’s depth chart. In May coach Mick Delaney said starting tight end Jordan Harper and backup Trent McKinney, who switched from quarterback to safety for spring drills, had left the team. On Thursday the coach confirmed backup fullback Gavin Hagfors and backup right guard Samson Kaleikini are no longer on the roster. More


Dolphins rookies adapting to heat, humidity during OTAs – June 9, 2014

DAVIE -- It took a few weeks, but Dolphins rookie linebacker Jordan Tripp finally felt at home. More


Johnson named to CFPA Awards Watch List for quarterbacks – June 9, 2014

The University of Montana's Jordan Johnson has been placed on the 2014 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List for quarterbacks, that organization announced recently. MoreCFPA’s QB Watch List


Brock Coyle: Seattle Seahawks newest additions Draft Journey – June 5, 2014

After 3 days and 256 picks, University of Montana Linebacker Brock Coyle was still without a team. However, the Former Griz captain was quickly signed to a free agent contract with the Seattle Seahawks. Coyle was one of five former UM football players to make it to the NFL in 2014, Keeping that program’s NFL legacy alive. More


Krystkowiak named No. 2 athlete in Big Sky history – June 5, 2014

A driver's education teacher presented Larry Krystkowiak his first college basketball recruiting letter.

Krystkowiak was a 6-foot-4 budding prep star in Shelby, Mont., a small town not far from the Canadian border famous for hosting a heavyweight title fight between Jack Dempsey and Tommy Gibbons in 1923. More


Hermanson on CFPA Awards Watch List for defensive backs – June 4, 2014

The University of Montana's Matt Hermanson has been placed on the 2014 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List for defensive backs, that organization announced recently. MoreDB Watch List

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