On Saturday, our University of Montana Grizzlies return to Washington-Grizzly Stadium to face off against the South Dakota Coyotes in a battle between two playoff teams from last season.

The Griz are 1-0 on the season after dominating Northwestern State last week 47-0 and they currently lead all of Division-I football in turnover margin. The Griz are +5 on turnovers after recovering three fumbles and intercepting two passes. Montana is also currently ranked No. 2 in the AFCA coaches poll and No. 3 in the Stats Perform media poll.

The Coyotes are 0-1 to start the year after losing 34-0 to the Big 12's Kansas State Wildcats, but don't let that score fool you. South Dakota comes to Missoula as a program with immense potential after Coach Bob Nielson's program advanced to the playoffs last season for the first time since 2017. The Coyotes have a great defense this year that is led by All-American linebacker Brock Morgensen who had 12 tackles last week.

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The Griz don't start conference play until their homecoming game against Portland State on September 24, but that doesn't mean the game this weekend isn't a big one. Montana will need Washington-Grizzly Stadium to bring the noise for a battle between two potential playoff teams.

How to Watch and Listen

ABC/Fox Montana will carry a statewide broadcast of Saturday's game, with ESPN+ streaming the action nationwide with no blackouts.

"Voice of the Griz" Riley Corcoran and analyst Greg Sundberg will bring you the action live from Missoula right here on KGVO, the flagship station of the Grizzly Sports Radio Network. You can listen to the game on 98.3 FM, AM 1290, online at newstalkkgvo.com, or on the FREE KGVO App.

"Grizzly Gameday" starts two hours before kickoff each Saturday with the official pregame radio show featuring our own Denny Bedard and Scott Gurnsey, who then throw to Corcoran and Sundberg 30 minutes before kickoff. Bedard and Gurnsey will also host the official post-game show.

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