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  10/08/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  OCT 7 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Montana quarterback Dalton Sneed has now earned three straight offensive weekly honors. The Arizona native recorded a career-high for total offense with a combined 464 rushing and passing yards while accounting for four touchdowns – two rushing and two passing. The Griz trailed 17-0 to start the game, but with Sneed's leadership, they bounced back to go on a 59-3 run to win the game. Sneed threw for 358 yards over the next three quarters, completing 21 of his last 28 passes, (.750) including a pair of touchdowns and 12 first downs. Sneed is the first quarterback to earn a trio of conference offensive honors in one season since Eastern Washington's Gage Gubrud in 2017. Other Nominees: Offense: Jayson Williams, EWU; Jake Maier, UCD; Case Cookus, NAU; Jalen Hamler, CP; Kris Jackson, WSU; Alexander Davis, PSU; Cutrell Haywood, UI; Ty Flanagan, ISU; Chris Helbig, SUU; Travis Jonsen, MSU; Noah Sarria, UNC. - Big Sky Conference Football

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  10/08/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  OCT 7 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Dalton Sneed, Montana, QB, R-Sr., 6-1, 216, Scottsdale, Arizona,...This is the third straight week Sneed has been named Big Sky offensive player of the week. He's added national honors after setting a career high with 464 yards of total offense and accounting for four touchdowns as Montana rallied from a 17-0 deficit to beat Idaho State 59-20. In the Grizzlies' 100th Homecoming game, Sneed finished 26 of 41 for 397 yards and two TDs with 67 yards and two more scores on 16 carries. Honorable Mention: Jadakis Bonds, Hampton; Aqeel Glass, QB, Alabama A&M; Jordan Hoy, QB, Lamar; Jah-Maine Martin, RB, North Carolina A&T; Tyrece Nick, QB, South Carolina State; Taeyler Porter, RB, Arkansas-Pine Bluff; Jerreth Sterns, WR, Houston Baptist; Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton; Aaron Winchester, QB, Central Connecticut State; Devin Wynn, RB, Furman. - STATS FCS Football

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  10/05/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Quarterback Dalton Sneed threw for 397 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores to push Montana past Idaho State 59-20 Saturday. Sneed, a senior, completed 26 of 41 passes while leading the Grizzlies (5-1, 2-0 Big Sky Conference) back from a 17-0 second-quarter deficit. Marcus Knight scored three rushing touchdowns as Montana took a 24-17 lead by halftime. Sneed's touchdown passes, covering 25 and 8 yards, went to Samuel Akem and Samori Toure, respectively, in the third quarter. Toure had eight catches for 188 yards, and Akem caught 10 passes for 135.

Sneed added two short scoring runs in the fourth quarter for Montana, ranked No. 8 in the FCS Coaches poll. Idaho State (2-3, 1-1 in the Big Sky) surged out of the gates, capping a game-opening 98-yard drive with a Ty Flanagan 1-yard TD run at 9:36 of the first quarter. Early in the second quarter Flanagan tore off a 71-yard scoring run to put the Bengals ahead 17-0. Flanagan had 130 rushing yards on 18 carries. Sneed then led touchdown drives of 68, 76 and 47 yards in the second quarter, all of them capped by Knight. - AP College Football


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  09/30/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Montana quarterback Dalton Sneed and Montana posted 528 total yards in a 45-20 road win over then-No. 4/5 UC Davis. It was Montana's first road win over a ranked opponent since 2016. The senior completed 22 of his 33 passes (66%) to tie his career-high of five touchdown passes. He threw for 268 yards in the air, without giving up an interception or taking a sack.

Sneed added 81 rushing yards to average 8.1 per carry. He finished the game with 349 yards of total offense, more than any other player in the league against a ranked opponent. Montana controlled the ball for 31:03, converting on 7 of 13 third-down opportunities, and scoring on 5 of 6 trips inside the red zone. Other Nominees: Offense: Alexander Davis, PSU; Chris Helbig, SUU; Milo Hall, UNC; Kaden Jenks, WSU; Jalen Hamler, CP; Antoine Custer, EWU; Matt Struck, ISU; Travis Jonsen, MSU; Nick Romano, UI. - Big Sky Conference Football


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  09/30/19 - Adam WilsonSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 185 (DS#999 P) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 STATS FCS NATIONAL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Adam Wilson, Montana, PK/P, Sr., 6-0, 185, San Diego,...The former University of Arizona rugby player was instrumental in giving UC Davis subpar field position during Montana's 45-20 rout of the then-No. 4 Aggies. All three of his punts pinned the Aggies inside their 8-yard line, including a 51-yarder that went out of bounds at the 5. He averaged 61.6 yards on seven kickoffs, and only one Aggies' drive other than a fumble recovery had a better start than their 26. Honorable Mention: Yahia Aly, PK, Florida A&M; Dylan Burns, PK, UAlbany; Jake Coates, PR, Youngstown State; Ahmere Dorsey, WR/RS, Rhode Island; Caleb Ferguson, RB/P, Western Carolina; Gino Garcia, PK, Houston Baptist. - STATS FCS Football

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  09/30/19 - Dante OlsonrSr/2020, Montana, 6-3, 240 (DS#10 ILB) + More +

  Archrivals Montana and Montana State aren't fond of sharing with each other, but they had to give some elbow room in the STATS FCS Top 25 on Monday. The two 4-1 teams both appeared in the Top 10 of the national media poll for the first time in nearly five years. Montana State moved up one spot to No. 6 and Montana 10 spots to No. 8 - their first tag-team of the Top 10 since Oct. 20, 2014, although in between both made separate appearances.

Each posted a rousing win in its Big Sky opener on Saturday. Montana State overcame a 21-0 deficit in the second quarter to power past Northern Arizona 49-31. Montana allowed a similar comeback to UC Davis last season, but this year, the Grizzlies never trailed against the then-No. 4 Aggies in winning 45-20. The top three spots in the rankings didn't change. North Dakota State, James Madison and South Dakota State have held 1, 2 and 3, respectively, since the preseason. NDSU and SDSU had byes this past weekend while James Madison routed then-No. 24 Elon 45-10. - STATS FCS Football


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  09/28/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Dalton Sneed threw five touchdown passes and Montana took advantage of two turnovers early in the second half to pull away for a 45-20 win over UC Davis in a battle of top 25 FCS teams on Saturday. The Grizzlies scored on a 62-yard bomb from Sneed to Samuel Akem on the third play of the second half to take a 24-7 lead. Davis lost fumbles on its next two possessions and Sneed capitalized with touchdown passes to Jerry Louie-McGee. The first was a 14-yard pass one play after Ryder recovered a Jake Maier fumble. The second was a 23-yard play on the fourth play after Rice forced a fumble by receiver Darius Livingston that Josh Sandry recovered at midfield.

Sneed finished 22 of 33 for 268 yards and rushed for another 81 yards as the 18th-ranked Grizzlies (4-1, 1-0 Big Sky Conference) finished with 528 yards of total offense. Marcus Knight ran for 91 yards and scored the last touchdown for Montana. Maier was 32 of 43 for 275 yards and three touchdowns with an interception for the fifth-ranked Aggies (2-3, 0-1), who played Cal and top-ranked North Dakota State closer than they did the Griz. Last season, Davis outscored Montana 46-0 in the second half to win 49-21. Maier moved into second on the Aggie career touchdown pass list with 70. - Montana//AP College Football


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  09/24/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Montana quarterback Dalton Sneed completed 30 of his 40 passes for a total of 334 yards and four touchdowns to help the Griz dominate Monmouth in non-conference action en route to a 47-27 victory. He completed touchdown passes of 23, 9, 5, and 4 yards. The senior finished the game with a career-high completion percentage of 75. Sneed tallied 21 yards on the ground for 355 yards of total offense in the win. Others Nominated: Offense: Case Cookus, NAU; Jared Harrell, UCD; Davis Alexander, PSU; Eric Barrier, EWU; Chris Helbig, SUU; Mason Petrino, UI; Kevin Thomson, SAC; Tucker Rovig, MSU. - Big Sky Conference Football

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  09/24/19 - Malik FlowersrSo/2022, Montana, 6-1, 195 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 BIG SKY SPECIAl TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Montana return specialist Malik Flowers sprinted towards the endzone on a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in Montana’s win over Monmouth. It was the second kickoff returned for a score in Flowers’ career. His return was the longest in modern Grizzly history, passing Damon Boddie’s 1993 return of 99 yards at Idaho. Others Nominated: Special Teams: Max O’Rourke, UCD; Dylan Ledbetter, EWU. - Big Sky Conference Football

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  09/21/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Dalton Sneed threw for 334 yards and four touchdowns, Marcus Knight ran for 148 yards and another score and Montana beat Monmouth 47-27 on Saturday. Sneed threw two touchdown passes to Bryson Deming and one each to Colin Bingham and Jerry Louie-McGee. Deming's second score with 3:49 remaining gave the Grizzlies (3-1) of the Big Sky Conference breathing room over the Hawks (2-2) of the Big South Conference. The touchdown was set up by an interception from Montana's Dareon Nash near the goal line with 7:09 left.

Montana took the lead for good on a 100-yard kickoff return from Malik Flowers, just after the Hawks had tied the game at 7-7 on a Devell Jones scoring run at 8:21 of the second quarter. Kenji Bahar was 34-for-50 passing for 393 yard for Monmouth. He was intercepted twice, both in the fourth quarter. Pete Guerriero, who averages 130 yards rushing, managed just 47 yards on 18 carries. Lonnie Moore had 104 yards receiving. - AP College Football


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  09/09/19 - Jerry Louie-McGeerSr/2020, Montana, 5-09, 171 (DS#245 WR) + More +

  SEPT 9 BIG SKY SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Montana return specialist Jerry Louie-McGee registered a 74-yard punt return in the third quarter that helped lift Montana to a 61-17 win over North Alabama. It was the third punt return for a touchdown in Louie-McGee's career. The senior collected five punts for a total of 150 yards, an average of 30 yards per touch. Louie-McGee's 150 total yards are the most in a game of any player in FCS football so far this season. Others Nominated - Special Teams: Judd Cockett, SUU; Trey Tuttle, WSU; Sam Clark, SAC; Andre Slyter, EWU. - Big Sky Football

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  09/08/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Dalton Sneed passed for a touchdown and ran for another, Marcus Knight added three rushing TDs, and Montana pulled away in the second half for a 61-17 win over North Alabama on Saturday night. Sneed completed 24 of 38 passes for 269 yards, including a 9-yard scoring strike to Matt Rensvold, and Knight finished with 19 carries for 89 yards. The Grizzlies (2-0) trailed 17-16 at intermission as special teams miscues and a fumble by Sneed deep in North Alabama territory sparked the Lions (1-1). But then Sneed led Montana on three scoring drives before Griz return man Jerry Louis-McGee tore off a 74-yard punt return to make it 40-17 with 2:51 left in the third quarter.

For a time Sneed was outplayed by his UNA counterpart, Christian Lopez, who like Sneed began his college career at UNLV. Lopez threw for 280 yards in the first half, including a 75-yard catch and run by Cortez Hall on a screen. When Montana tried a fake field goal late in the first half and had it stuffed, Lopez quickly found Jakobi Byrd for 64 yards and a 17-16 lead late in the second quarter. Montana quickly took command, sandwiching scoring runs of 1 and 24 yards by Knight around Brandon Purdy's 47-yard field goal. Then came Louie-McGee's punt return that dazzled the crowd of 24,033 at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Backup quarterback Cam Humphrey added a 12-yard scoring pass to Nick Ostmo in the fourth quarter for the Griz, who also got a 3-yard scoring run from Drew Turner. - AP College Football


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  08/31/19 - Dalton SneedrSr/2020, Montana, 6-0, 216 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Dalton Sneed threw for a career-high 430 yards and had three passing touchdowns and another rushing to lead Montana to a 31-17 win over South Dakota in the season opener for both teams on Saturday. Sneed was 37 of 52 with two interceptions. His 16-yard pass to Samori Toure put the Grizzlies up 7-3 and he followed with a 2-yard run to help build a 17-10 lead at the half. In the third quarter Sneed connected with Samuel Akem for a 43-yard score and Marcus Knight from 6 yards out.

Akem and Toure both had nine receptions, Akem for 158 yards and Toure for 142. Jerry Louie-McGee had eight catches to push his career total to 185 and is now seven shy of matching the school record. Austin Simmons, who threw for 3,142 yards last year, was 22 of 23 for 246 yards and two touchdowns for the Coyotes. Kody Case had 11 catches for 144 yards with touchdown plays of 3 and 9 yards. South Dakota had won 16 straight home openers while Montana had lost 10 straight road openers. - AP College Football


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  08/13/19 - Dante OlsonrSr/2020, Montana, 6-3, 240 (DS#10 ILB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS FIRST TEAM: Dante Olson, Montana, Sr.,...In 2018, Montana linebacker Dante Olson was one of the best defensive players in the Big Sky Conference, posting an FCS-best and school record 151 tackles as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award. Now as he prepares to enter his senior campaign, pundits around the Big Sky Conference believe he's poised to be the best player in the league. - Montana Football

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  08/07/19 - Dante OlsonrSr/2020, Montana, 6-3, 240 (DS#10 ILB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT BIG SKY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: LB Dante Olson, Montana, Sr.,...Olson has also been named Big Sky Preseason Defensive MVP and the only FCS player to earn a place on the Butkus Award Watch List. He was named to the Athlon Sports and HERO Sports Preseason All-America teams, and the College Football America Yearbook FCS Preseason Starting Lineup as well.

The 6-3, 237-pound native of Medford, Ore., set a new Montana school record in 2018 with a Big Sky best 151 total tackles. His 13.7 tackle per-game average was also the highest in all of FCS and FBS football. He also ranked sixth in the Big Sky in sacks (6), ninth in TFLs (11), and second in forced fumbles (3). - Montana Football


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