1970 Montana Grizzlies football team

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1970 Montana Grizzlies football
Montana UM logo.gif
Big Sky champion
Conference Big Sky Conference
1970 record 10–1 (5–0 Big Sky)
Head coach Jack Swarthout (4th season)
Home stadium Dornblaser Field
Seasons
← 1969
1971 →
1970 Big Sky football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Montana $^ 5 0 0     10 1 0
Boise State 2 1 0     8 3 0
Idaho State 3 2 0     5 5 0
Weber State 3 3 0     5 5 1
Idaho 2 2 0     4 7 0
Montana State 1 5 0     2 8 0
Northern Arizona 0 3 0     2 8 0
  • $ – Conference champion
  • ^ – Division II playoff participant
  • Montana was undefeated in the regular season,
    but lost in Camellia Bowl.

The 1970 Montana Grizzlies football team represented the University of Montana in the 1970 college football season as a member of the Big Sky Conference (Big Sky). The Grizzlies were led by fourth-year head coach Jack Swarthout, played their home games at Dornblaser Field and finished the season with a record of ten wins and one loss (10–1, 5–0 Big Sky) and as Big Sky Conference Champions.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
September 12 North Dakota* Billings, MT W 28–7  
September 19 at Northern Illinois* Huskie StadiumDeKalb, IL W 30–6  
September 26 at Northern Arizona Flagstaff, AZ W 20–0  
October 3 Weber State Dornblaser FieldMissoula, MT W 38–29  
October 10 at Idaho Rogers FieldPullman, WA (Little Brown Stein) W 44–26  
October 17 at Idaho State Spud Bowl • Pocatello, ID W 35–34  
October 24 at South Dakota* Vermillion, SD W 35–7  
October 31 Portland State* Dornblaser Field • Missoula, MT W 31–25  
November 7 Montana State Dornblaser Field • Missoula, MT (Brawl of the Wild) W 35–0  
November 14 at South Dakota State* Coughlin–Alumni StadiumBrookings, SD W 24–0  
December 12 vs. North Dakota State* Hughes StadiumSacramento, CA (Camellia Bowl) L 16–31  
*Non-conference game.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2010 Montana Football Media Guide Archived July 31, 2012, at the Wayback Machine., University of Montana, 2010.