It's a special bunch of Montana Grizzly football fans who gather for the weekly coach's show. And we'd like you to join us.

The school spirit and camaraderie these really friendly folks exude is contagious. Add to that a lot of interesting news about how the team is doing, and you've got yourself an entertaining and insightful hour.

Starting this Wednesday, August 31, fans are invited to the University of Montana Grizzly Football Coach's Show, live at FINN Restaurant, inside the DoubleTree Hotel. The show airs from 6:30 to 7:30 pm each Wednesday during the football season. The show is also broadcast live on the flagship radio station for Grizzly sports, KGVO FM 98.3 and AM 1290. But we'd sure love to have you be part of the enthusiastic crowd live at FINN.

Head coach Bobby Hauck teams up with the voice of the Griz, Riley Corcoran, for a fast-moving hour of questions and answers about all things Grizzly football. These two have amazing chemistry and keep the lighthearted feel flowing throughout the hour. Even members of the crowd get into the act, with occasional questions of their own. The venue for the show is superb. Whether you want a bite to eat and a beverage, or just want to hear the show, the FINN crew does a great job of getting things set up and does their best to find comfortable seating for all.

The season kicks off Saturday, September 3, 1:00 p.m., as Montana hosts Northwestern State of Louisiana. Get even more fired up about this exciting season ahead and join us at the premier of the 2022 weekly Griz Football Coach's Show!

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