The preview of Montana's playoff matchup against Eastern Washington continues as Colter and Rajiem listen to Bobby Hauck's takes on coming off a bye and EWU star receiver Talolo Limu-Jones. Colter also gives his thoughts on why the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year award going to Montana State's Troy Andersen was the right choice, the rest of the playoff games around the country, and the sneakily important matchup of Montana's offense against EWU's defense.
Colter Nuanez and Rajiem Seabrook are in studio to preview everything about Montana's playoff matchup with Eastern Washington. That includes hearing from Griz players Omar Hicks Onu and Cam Humphrey, as well as EWU coach Aaron Best, about what it's like to play in such a high-stakes rematch. Lady Griz coach Brian Holsinger joins the show briefly after his team opened conference play with a win over Sac State. Then it's back to football as Colter and Rajiem break down the important matchups between the Griz and Eastern.
It's been two weeks since Montana beat Montana State to end the regular season, but Colter Nuanez and Skyline Sports' resident football expert Brooks Nuanez still have plenty to discuss about the Grizzlies' rivalry win, including what the Griz did to exploit MSU's typically solid defense and how both teams handled the bye week. Colter also reacts to the shocking late-breaking news of Montana State quarterback Matt McKay entering the transfer portal two days before the Bobcats' playoff game against Tennessee-Martin.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in University of Montana business professor Justin Angle for this week's edition of A Business Angle. The two discuss the potential monetary impact of the Grizzlies' home playoff game this week against Eastern Washington. In this week's Griz Star of the Week segment, Colter talks to Griz cornerback Corbin Walker about matching up with EWU's explosive offense and beating Washington in his hometown of Seattle.
Sentinel wasn't the only Western Montana football team to win a state championship this fall. Colter Nuanez welcomes in head coach Bryce Carver of the Class A champion Hamilton Broncs and quarterback Patrick Duchien Jr. of the Class B champion Florence Falcons in this week's Prep Extra segment. Colter also gives Treasure State Stars recognition to all the state champions from Montana's recently-concluded fall sports season.
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation of Biscuit (agriculturalist, humorist), JudJud (satirist), That Guy Phil (human being), and Colter. Topics of this episode include #livemusic, #rittenhouse, #ahmaudarbery, #justice, #selfdefense vs #murder, #deepfake, and #airbud,
Colter Nuanez welcomes in longtime NFL coach Marty Mornhinweg for the Monday Afternoon Quarterback to discuss everything around the wide world of football. In the college game, Marty diagnoses Montana's mentality going into a rematch against Eastern Washington and reveals why he wasn't surprised by Lincoln Riley's shock move to USC. After another big week in the NFL, Colter gets Marty's thoughts on the Ravens' historic win and the baffling Indianapolis Colts.
With the Eastern Washington Eagles coming to Montana for a rematch, Colter Nuanez welcomes in EWU radio announcer Larry Weir to preview the Grizzlies' second-round FCS Playoffs matchup. Weir gives his thoughts on how the Eagles looked in an ugly first-round win over Northern Iowa, and how the team has changed since beating Montana in Cheney midway through the regular season. Colter also talks with producer Andrew Houghton about the FCS bracket and why so many Big Sky teams seem to have gotten tough draws in the postseason.
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation between Malory (humanitarian, mother) and Colter. Topics of this episode include #abortion, #autonomy, #lockdowns, #dmt, #tyranny, #modernity, #freedom, and #womensrights
Colter Nuanez welcomes in HERO Sports' senior FCS analyst Sam Herder, who's making his way over to Missoula for the Montana-Montana State game. Sam gives the lowdown on what's at stake in the final week of the regular season for the Big Sky Conference, including where the Grizzlies and Bobcats could end up seeded in the FCS playoffs. Sentinel coach Dane Oliver joins the show as the Spartans play Billings West in the state title game on Friday. There's also a double dose of the Student of the Week segment as Colter interviews Wyatt Thomason of Kalispell football and Natalie Bosley of CMR volleyball.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in the Carolyn, the Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports, who's been banned from talking about Aaron Rodgers but has plenty of other topics to touch on, including asking Colter all of her burning questions about this week's Cat-Griz game and telling him about the rebranding of the Staples Center. Later in the show, Colter and producer Andrew Houghton hear some of the best quotes from Montana head coach Bobby Hauck's weekly press conference in this week's Hauck Highlights segment.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in Shaun Rainey of SWX Montana to talk about all the narratives related to this weekend's Brawl of the Wild, including historical trends coming into the game and what's at stake for both sides. Before that game kicks off on Saturday, there's a state championship game taking place in Missoula for the first time in nearly 30 years. Colter interviews head coach Rob Stanton of the visiting Billings West Golden Bears as they prepare to play Sentinel for the Class AA state title.
Former Eastern Washington, Montana State and Idaho State coach Mike Kramer joins Colter Nuanez for this week's ESPN Roundtable. Kramer shares his memories of the Brawl of the Wild, from playing against the Grizzlies as a lineman at Idaho to snapping Montana's 16-game winning streak in the Brawl as the Bobcats' head coach in 2002. Later in the show, Colter hears from the other side of the rivalry as former Montana head coach Joe Glenn, who led the Griz to the national championship in 2001, joins for a Griz Greats segment.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in Brooks Nuanez of Skyline Sports to break down Saturday's clash between Montana and Montana State. Which matchups could decide the game, and which team has the advantage at every position group? Later in the show, Colter talks with Montana State head coach Brent Vigen to get his thoughts going into his first Cat-Griz matchup.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in two guys who have plenty of memories from the Cat/Griz rivalry, one on each side. First, former Montana and Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Dylan McFarland stops by the studio to remember the Bobcats who gave him trouble and what it was like for a Montanan to play in that game. Later in the show, Colter gets on the phone with Travis Lulay, the quarterback who snapped Montana's 16-game winning streak in the rivalry, who remembers a fateful pre-college road trip that had him dreaming about playing in Washington-Grizzly Stadium before he even took a snap for the Bobcats.
Colter Nuanez previews the high school state championship football games in every classification, including getting Billings West standout Taco Dowler's view on the Golden Bears' matchup with Sentinel. Colter also welcomes in Dr. Tim Richards to talk about the Community Cup Hockey tournament take place over Thanksgiving weekend. Finally, Hamilton coach Bryce Carver joins the show as the Broncs play Laurel for the Class A state championship this weekend.
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation of Gavin Livermore, Kole Madison, and Joe Martin of the pop rock band, Hand Signs (@handsignsga), and Colter.Topics of this episode include #travisScott, #astroworldTragedy, #steveHarwell, #smashMouth, #frequency and #energy, #ggAllin, #bandEttiquette, and details on Hand Signs' forthcoming album, "Art."
Colter Nuanez welcomes former NFL coach Marty Mornhinweg into the studio for the Cat-Griz Week edition of the Monday Afternoon Quarterback. Marty recalls one particularly vivid memory from the rivalry back when he was playing quarterback for the Montana Grizzlies, as well as how he used to prepare for those games. It was also a busy week in the NFL, so Colter and Marty give their thoughts on bouncebacks from the Bills and Chiefs, as well as Cam Newton's return to Carolina.
Colter Nuanez and Rajiem Seabrook have plenty to discuss in the second hour of Friday's show as Montana and Montana State are each one game away from their titanic showdown on Nov. 20. Colter and Rajiem preview the Grizzlies' game against Northern Arizona and the Bobcats' game against Idaho this weekend, and hear from former Montana State starting quarterback Tucker Rovig and current Bobcats head coach Brent Vigen.
Colter Nuanez previews all the high school state semifinal football games this weekend before Helena High quarterback Kaden Huot, whose team plays at Billings West in the semifinals, joins Andrew Houghton for the Prep Extra segment. Rajiem Seabrook is running late but joins Colter for the second half of the hour to talk about the complexities and controversies of Colin Kaepernick's new part-documentary, part-narrative Netflix show.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in Nate Michael of the Montana Volleyball Academy to break down the first day of the state tournaments and the rise of volleyball talent around the state of Montana. Later in the show, Colter digs into Bobby Hauck's background as a former assistant coach at Northern Arizona in the Hauck Highlights segment, and Colter and producer Andrew Houghton talk a little bit about the Grizzlies' trip to Flagstaff this weekend.
Colter Nuanez and Carolyn Buchta have plenty to talk about in this week's edition of the Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports, including Colter's milk habit, the Tonya Harding situation in French soccer and the continuing fallout from the Pole Assassin incident at the University of Texas. Colter also welcomes in cross country state champions Tanner Klumph of Sentinel and Kensey May of Hellgate for the River City Runners segment, and Colter and Andrew Houghton talk with Montana soccer head coach Chris Citowicki as the Griz prepare for their first-round NCAA Tournament game.
In a prep-focused first half of the show, Colter Nuanez welcomes in Billings West head football coach Rob Stanton and Andrew Houghton gets on the phone with Hamilton quarterback Tyson Rostad as both teams prepare for state semifinals this weekend. Colter also talks with Alex Eschelman of SWX Montana for the Montana State Minute after the Bobcats football team beat Eastern Washington and the men's basketball team nearly walked out of Boulder with a win over the Colorado Buffaloes. Tucker Sargent, GM of Griz Hockey, also visits the studio to discuss the continuing popularity of the first-year team.
Colter Nuanez and University of Montana business professor Justin Angle kick around a number of ideas on A Business Angle, including the potential causes of Montana football's small crowd against Southern Utah and if the controversy surrounding Aaron Rodgers hurts the quarterback's marketability. Colter also talks to Dr. Michael Wright of Missoula Bone & Joint for this month's edition of the Sports Medicine Journal.
Colter Nuanez welcomes in Northern Arizona head coach Chris Ball to talk about the Lumberjacks' matchup with the Montana Grizzlies this weekend and fishing with Bobby Hauck. Colter also sets the stage for this weekend's high school state playoffs and gets Kalispell Glacier coach Grady Bennett on the phone as the Wolfpack prepare to play Sentinel.
Colter Nuanez and ESPN Missoula producer Andrew Houghton break down Montana soccer advancing to the conference title game, as well as Griz football's outlook against Northern Colorado and the longest and shortest trips for Montana high school football teams in the state playoffs. Colter also welcomes in Eastern Washington quarterback Eric Barriere as the Walter Payton Award frontrunner and his Eagles prepare to face Montana State.
Colter Nuanez and Carolyn, the Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports, have plenty to talk about this week, including an incident involving a Texas assistant coach's wife and her trained monkey. Colter also welcomes in co-head coach Mike Anderson and freshman Kyler Fullerton from the Griz Hockey team as they prepare for a three-game weekend.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Larry Weir, the voice of the Eastern Washington Eagles, for the ESPN Roundtable to get the scoop on the Eagles as they host Montana State this weekend. Colter then welcomes in Montana linebacker Marcus Welnel, who saved the Grizzlies with a blocked field goal against Southern Utah last week, for the Griz Star of the Week segment. ESPN Missoula producer Andrew Houghton also joins the show to give his thoughts on Northern Colorado, which hosts the Griz this weekend.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Shaun Rainey of SWX Montana for All Football, All the Time, as the two discuss Montana's trip to Eastern Washington this weekend. Hellgate head football coach Mick Morris also joins the show for a recap of the Knights' season, and Colter talks to Montana State head coach Brent Vigen as the Bobcats prepare for their top-five showdown with Eastern Washington.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Eastern Washington football coach Aaron Best for the Across the Sidelines segment as the Eagles prepare to host Montana State. Later in the show, Colter and Andrew Houghton discuss maybe the biggest news of the week as rumors swirl about College Gameday potentially coming to Missoula for the Brawl of the Wild on November 20.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton for a soccer-focused edition of the Prep Extra segment after state champions were crowned last weekend. Colter also looks forward to the state football quarterfinals coming up this weekend, and names his Treasure State Stars for the week.
Helping each other out is a good thing, right? What happens when it doesn't feel like such a good thing, though? What happens when someone in your family gets sick or a friend goes through a hard time, but you don't want to help them? These are the types of questions my friend Dr. Colter Ray and I are making mentionable in this week's episode.We also talk about the pressure of feeling like you have to know what to say and how we can be better supporters if we decide to lend support to a friend or family member going through a tough time.Show notes and transcript available here.ABOUT DR. COLTERDr. Colter Ray is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Louisiana State University. He's also a Master Trainer for Empathy Bootcamp. His research currently centers around how people support loved ones as they're going through tough times.EXTRA RESOURCESSign up for my free newsletter, The Peel, and get my tips for navigating whatever life dishes: https://alyssapatmos.com/thepeelJoin The Convey Collective to master authentic communication: https://alyssapatmos.com/conveyI'd love to hear from you and continue the conversation! Message me on instagram (@alyssapatmos) or join me over on Telegram.
Colter Nuanez is joined by longtime NFL coach Marty Mornhinweg for the Monday Afternoon Quarterback segment. Marty brings his extensive coaching knowledge to bear on the biggest questions facing the Montana Grizzlies, such as how to move on from a disappointing performance like their 20-19 win over Southern Utah and how best to play two quarterbacks. And, after one of the craziest NFL weekends in recent memory, Colter and Marty sort through the wild results and ask if tonight's Monday Night Football game is a must-win for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Riley Corcoran, the Voice of the Griz, to sort through the aftermath of Montana's wild 20-19 win over Southern Utah. Was it a cause for concern, or just a one-in-a-thousand blip? Colter and Riley also talk about Montana State and Eastern Washington before their big showdown this weekend, and start to game out the potential playoff scenarios, including how many Big Sky teams have a shot at the postseason.
Colter is joined by Rajiem Seabrook to talk a full hour of football. With high school state playoffs starting, which teams are traveling the most miles for their first-round matchups? The guys also give their takes on Green Bay's huge win over Arizona on Thursday Night Football, as well as the Bengals, Chiefs, Raiders and other surprising teams from the NFL season so far.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton to talk about the Montana State Bobcats, who despite leading the Big Sky Conference seem to be hanging under the radar a little bit. Colter also sets the stage for the soccer state championship games in the Prep Extra segment before Sentinel head football coach Dane Oliver and Big Sky head football coach Matt Johnson join the show for the Garden City Spotlight with football state playoffs beginning this week.
Colter Nuanez indulges his predisposition for doomsday pronouncements as Carolyn, the Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports, joins the show for her weekly segment, which also includes talk about PETA's big baseball idea, what they would have done with Tom Brady's 600th touchdown ball and the heartwarming story of DeAndre Hopkins and his mom. Colter also talks with Great Falls head football coach as the Bison prepare to enter the state playoffs as one of the hottest teams in Montana.
Colter Nuanez kicks it with Bobby Hauck in the Hauck Highlights segment as the Montana Grizzlies prepare to play Southern Utah. Colter also talks to Andrew Houghton about the seemingly increasing gap between the haves and have-nots in the Big Sky Conference. Later in the show, Butte High soccer player Joe Phillip joins Colter for the Student of the Week segment, Helena head football coach Scott Evans recaps the Bengals' season as they head into the state playoffs, and Montana volleyball coach Allison Lawrence breaks down the Grizzlies' huge win over Montana State.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton of ESPN Missoula and Skyline Sports to break down the preseason polls and all-conference teams for Big Sky men's basketball, as well as hearing from Montana head coach Travis Decuire on the Grizzlies' media day. Later in the show, Colter talks to Missoula Sentinel alum and Montana wide receiver Mitch Roberts for the Griz Star of the Week segment.
Colter Nuanez is joined by SWX Montana's Shaun Rainey to talk a little bit about the World Series, but mostly to finish breaking down Montana football's win over Idaho. Later, Colter welcomes in Alex Eschelman, also of SWX Montana, for the Montana State Minute as the Bobcats continue to be tied for the top spot in the Big Sky Conference. Colter also dispenses fantasy football advice for Wing It Wednesday, including how to deal with Patrick Mahomes' injury.
Colter Nuanez is joined in-studio by University of Montana business professor Justin Angle to discuss the overlap between business and sports. On this week's edition of A Business Angle, Justin and Colter discuss a potential future in which live sports broadcasts and sports gambling exist in the same space, and what that might mean for traditional TV broadcasts. Later in the show, Southern Utah head football coach Demario Warren joins the show as the Thunderbirds prepare to play Montana for the final time as a member of the Big Sky Conference.
It's all high school sports in Hour 1 as Colter Nuanez runs down results from the cross country state championships and the soccer state playoffs and previews this weekend's state football matchups in the Prep Extra segment. Speaking of prep football, Colter also welcomes in head coach Bryce Carver of the undefeated Hamilton football team to talk about the Broncs' chances of getting over their recent playoff hump.
In the debut of a "Guest's Choice" format, Portland writer and film programmer Aaron Colter joins Chance to discuss a pair of '80s movies about New York vampires: "The Hunger" (1983) and "Vampire's Kiss" (1989). The former is Tony Scott's first movie (dark, entrancing, and with David Bowie), while the latter finds Nicolas Cage channeling Nosferatu to ends we still don't understand. Portlanders can see "The Hunger" at Clinton Street Theater on Thursday, Oct. 28 — https://cstpdx.com/schedule.
Montana soccer head coach Chris Citowicki and defender Taylor Hansen join Andrew Houghton for the Footie 15 as the Grizzlies prepare to wrap up the regular season with two massive games. Later in the show, Colter Nuanez and Andrew try to diagnose the issues with Idaho State football as the Bengals travel to Montana State. Colter also welcomes in Jarrett Wilson, gunslinging quarterback of the undefeated Polson Pirates, for a Prep Extra segment.
Colter Nuanez and Rajiem Seabrook are joined by former Montana Grizzlies star Etu Molden to talk about his memories of the 2001 national championship team. Colter and Rajiem also break down the current edition of the Griz as they head to Moscow to play Idaho this weekend, and run through all of Thursday's results from the final regular-season week of high school football.
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Colter Nuanez is joined by Carolyn, the Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports, to talk about the latest twists in the Ben Simmons saga and Aaron Rodgers' disrespect of Carolyn's beloved Chicago Bears. Colter also welcomes in Rob Phenicie, head coach of the Idaho State Bengals and former Montana offensive coordinator, as ISU prepares to face Montana State this weekend.
Colter Nuanez hears from all three AA football coaches in Missoula — Sentinel's Dane Oliver, Big Sky's Matt Johnson and Hellgate's Mick Morris — for the Garden City Spotlight as the regular season wraps up. Idaho linebacker Tre Walker joins the show for an Across the Sidelines segment as the Vandals prepare to face Montana. With state cross country coming up, Missoula Sentinel's Tanner Klumph, who helped the Spartans win the team title last year, swings by the studio for the River City Runners segment, and Colter also hears from Montana head coach Bobby Hauck for the latest edition of Hauck Highlights.