Bobcat Roundtable: Wide receivers coach Matt Miller, Week 4


In this episode of the Bobcat Roundtable on 105.7 F.M. the Eagle in Bozeman, Colter Nuanez is joined by second-year wide receivers coach Matt Miller as MSU, fresh off a bye, prepares for its Big Sky Conference opener at North Dakota Saturday afternoon.


Big Sky Breakdown: Montana press conference pre-Eastern Washington


In this episode, listen to Montana head coach Bob Stitt, senior left tackle David Reese and senior outside linebacker James Banks break down UM's Saturday night matchup against defending Big Sky champion Eastern Washington in Missoula. 


Big Sky Breakdown: Jeff Choate on North Dakota press conference


In this weekly installment, Montana State head coach Jeff Choate talks about his team's Big Sky Conference opener at defending co-champion North Dakota in Grand Forks on Saturday. MSU had a bye last week.


Big Sky Breakdown - Stars of the Big Sky, Week 3, 2017


In this jam-packed edition of a weekly installment of Stars of Big Sky football, Colter Nuanez of Skyline Sports and ESPN Missoula is joined by North Dakota quarterback Keaton Studsrud, Southern Utah quarterback Patrick Tyler, Portland State quarterback Jalani Eason and Montana State quarterback Chris Murray. 

This episode also includes sound from Montana defensive coordinator Jason Semore, UM safeties coach Shann Schillinger, Griz sophomore safety Josh Sandry plus Northern Arizona head coach Jerome Souers' statement on this being his last of 20 seasons coaching at NAU. 


Big Sky Breakdown: BSC coaches’ call, Week 3


In this weekly installment, hear from 12 of the 13 head coaches from around the Big Sky Conference as the third week of the season gets underway. 

Jay Hill, Weber State — 4:15

Dan Hawkins, UC Davis — 8:22

Demario Warren, Southern Utah — 12:45

Rob Phenicie, Idaho State — 17:19

Jerome Souers, Northern Arizona — 22:17

Bubba Schweigert, North Dakota — 30:11

Jeff Choate, Montana State — 38:02

Bob Stitt, Montana — 44:02

Earnest Collins Jr., Northern Colorado — 51:31

Jody Sears, Sacramento State — 57:29

Aaron Best, Eastern Washington — 1:04:30

Bruce Barnum, Portland State — 1:10:06




Big Sky Breakdown: Nach on Sports September 13


In this episode, Colter Nuanez of Skyline Sports joins the Nach on Sports with Anthony Nachreiner on KGEZ in Kalispell to talk Montana and Montana State football, Big Sky Conference basketball and Jerome Souers moving on from Northern Arizona. 


Big Sky Breakdown: Montana post-Washington, pre-Savannah State press conference


In this episode, Montana third-year head coach Bob Stitt, senior quarterback Reese Phillips, senior defensive end Tucker Schye and senior wide receiver Josh Horner break down Montana's 63-7 loss at No. 7 Washington, look ahead to Saturday's matchup in Missoula against Savannah State and talk about visiting a young, sick Griz fan while in Seattle. 


Bobcat Roundtable: Secondary coach Mark Orphey, Week 3


Montana State first-year secondary coach Mark Orphey, a Houston native who spent the last two seasons at South Carolina as a graduate assistant. His group has executed well and shown vast improvement during the first two weeks of the season. Orphey joins Colter Nuanez to talk about life in Bozeman, Hurricane Harvey and his cornerbacks group thus far.


Big Sky Breakdown: Bobcat Roundtable - MSU safeties coach Kyle Risinger


In the second episode for 2017 of the Bobcat Roundtable on 105.7 FM the Eagle in Bozeman, Colter Nuanez is joined by Montana State first-year safeties coach Kyle Risinger to break down MSU's season-opening loss at Washington State and look at Montana State's home opener Saturday night against South Dakota State. 


Big Sky Breakdown - Stars of the Big Sky, Week 1


In this first episode of the Big Sky Breakdown's "Stars of the Big Sky" for the 2017 football season, Colter Nuanez of Skyline Sports is joined by South Dakota State All-American wide receiver Jake Wieneke, SDSU longtime head coach John Stiegelmeier, Montana State All-Big Sky safety Bryson McCabe, MSU senior cornerback Bryce Alley, Eastern Washington first-year head coach Aaron Best and EWU center Spencer Blackburn. MSU hosts No. 4 SDSU on Saturday night while the Eagles host FCS power North Dakota State on Saturday afternoon in Cheney. 


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