My family has traveled to Yellowstone National Park several times over the years. During our visits, we never encountered the grizzly named "Scarface". That's a shame. He was a legend in the park and it's worth remembering how he got his name, why he was so well known and how me met his tragic end.
There is no force in Yellowstone National Park quite like the grizzly. What happens when two come into conflict with each other? We found out not that long ago when this clash happened right there in the middle of the Yellowstone River.
I think I have been pretty good so far this year... My 'Griz hate' hasn't really come out in full force yet... Well here is my contribution to the 'hate-hate' relationship I have with the Griz this time of the year.
Grizzly and Cat fans have been fighting to get the FCS Football Playoffs aired in Montana. Currently ESPN is the only network that can air the games and they are only including this Saturday's game on ESPN3, a network most Montana cable providers don't subscribe to. But there may be hope ESPN makes an exception.
Bad news for Missoula Grizzlies. Their brand new twenty one year old, son of Joe Montana, quarterback Nathaniel Joseph Montana was reported arrested by Missoula County Sheriff’s Deputies for driving under the influence of alcohol. What does this mean for the Grizzly football team?
The Montana State Men's and Women's basketball teams host the Montana Grizzlies in double-header action today in Bozeman. The Bobcat women tip-off at 2:05 this afternoon in the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. The men face off at 7:05 tonight. The men's game is also the annual 'Coaches vs. Cancer' game. GO CATS!
The MSU Bobcat football team likely has a post-season playoff spot already locked up. It doesn't matter. The Montana Grizzlies likely need to win in tomorrow's game to advance to the post season. That doesn't matter. The forecast for game time is snow. Nope, doesn't matter. The Bobcats are ranked 8th in the nation in this week's poll, and the Grizzlies are ranked 11th. That doesn't matter e
As we approach the big Cat/Griz Game this weekend, it's the Bobcats that hold a higher ranking. But will these rankings mean anything when the players leave it all on the Gridiron?
Most likely not, because the blood runs much deeper than mere numbers in this rivalry. One thing is for sure—the game will live up to the rivalry right from the opening kickoff and we wouldn't miss it for the world.