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Montana visits UC Davis the following week for a 2 p.m. kickoff, then hosts Idaho State on Oct. 5 for a game that begins at 1. Northern Colorado. more than 10,000 Montana State and University of Montana alumni, football game affectionately known as the Brawl of the Wild. The Cat-Griz game will air at noon regionally on ROOT SPORTS | Northwest Region. It will also air on AT&T Sports Net Rocky Mountain.

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The Big Sky Conference announced Thursday that Cowles Montana Media, which owns ABC and Fox stations across the state and SWX stations in Montana and Spokane, has officially signed on to broadcast the majority of the 2021 Griz football season.

Six Griz games will now be seen over the airwaves and on basic cable packages across Montana, with Cowles stations set to broadcast UM's two non-conference home games and four league matchups, both at home and on the road.

The slate of games starts Sept. 11 under the lights at Washington-Grizzly Stadium when UM hosts Western Illinois for the home opener, followed by the conference opener against Cal Poly on Sept. 25.

Also included in the Cowles lineup is Montana's final non-conference game against Dixie State on Oct. 9 in Missoula, UM's league matchup against Sacramento State on Oct. 16 and the battle for the "Little Brown Stein" against Idaho on Oct. 23 in Moscow.

Cowles stations will also carry the Grizzlies' road game at Northern Arizona on Nov. 13. A linear TV broadcast of UM's game at Northern Colorado is yet to be determined.

Five of the six games set for broadcast will also be simulcast in the Spokane and North Idaho markets, opening up even more viewing options to Griz fans around the Northwest.

Exact channel listings (ABC Montana versus Fox Montana or SWX) will be announced in the near future. Streaming details for the whole schedule will also be announced in the coming weeks.

At the Big Sky football kickoff event in July, the conference announced three of UM's games would be broadcast nationwide on ROOT Sports and ESPNU, expanding Montana's broadcast footprint to millions of fans around the country.

The Griz will also receive national exposure when they open the season in Seattle against the University of Washington on the Pac-12 Network, with streaming available on Pac-12.com.

The Cowles broadcasting company owns channels markets from central Washington to eastern Montana. Beginning with KHQ-TV in Spokane, Cowles stations now provide ABC and Fox coverage in the Tri-cities, Spokane, Missoula, Helena, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls markets, as well as KULR (NBC) in Billings.

ROOT Sports is operated by AT&T Sports Networks, which operates regional sports networks in the Northwest, Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions. The four networks combined reach across 22 states and own exclusive rights to produce and distribute live events from more than 25 teams and conferences.

ESPNU is a digital cable and satellite sports television channel owned by ESPN Inc. The channel is primarily dedicated to coverage of college athletics and is also used as an additional outlet for general ESPN programming. ESPNU is based alongside its sister networks at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. As of September 2018, ESPNU is available to approximately 62.7 million pay television households (68% of households with cable TV) in the United States.

Montana opens the fall season on Sept. 4 at Washington before returning home to face Western Illinois on Sept. 11 in Missoula.

Season ticket packages, as well as home and away single game tickets are on sale now at GrizTix.com.

2021 Montana Football Broadcast Schedule

Date

Opponent

Time (MT)

TV

9.4

@ Washington

6 PM

Pac-12 Network

9.11

Western Illinois

6 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

9.25

Cal Poly

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.2

@ Eastern Washington

8:30 PM

ESPNU

10.9

Dixie State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.16

Sacramento State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.23

@ Idaho

2 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.30

Southern Utah

NOON

ROOT Sports

11.6

@ Northern Colorado

NOON

TBD

11.13

@ Northern Arizona

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT

11.20

Montana State

NOON

ROOT Sports

* = Game also available on SWX stations in the Spokane and North Idaho markets.

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Montana State football will have one game televised on ESPNU and two others on ROOT Sports this fall, the Big Sky Conference announced Monday.

As part of the league’s new media rights deal signed over the summer with ESPN, two Big Sky games per year would be shown on linear television on ESPNU as opposed to the subscription service ESPN+ like the rest of the conference’s games.

Montana State’s Week 7 game against Weber State will be one of those two conference games selected. In announcing the game, the league also said the game would now be played on Friday, Oct. 15 instead of the next day as originally planned. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. in Ogden, Utah.

Montana’s Oct. 2 matchup at Eastern Washington will also be shown on ESPNU.

Weber State will be coming off a bye week heading into the Montana State contest. MSU’s Homecoming game against Cal Poly is the week prior and will be one of two Bobcats games to be shown on ROOT Sports.

ROOT Sports, which has just one more year of a media partnership with the Big Sky, will show four conference games in all, starting with MSU and Cal Poly on Oct. 9. The annual Brawl of the Wild contest featuring Montana State at Montana on Nov. 20 will round out the slate of games.

In between, Idaho at Eastern Washington on Oct. 16 and Southern Utah at Montana on Oct. 30 will also be shown.

Also over the weekend, the Big Sky released the future conference football schedules for 2022-24 to mark the beginning of the league’s 2021 Kickoff event in Spokane, Washington.

The Big Sky will have 12 football teams following Southern Utah’s departure to the Western Athletic Conference following this upcoming season. That movement sparked a restructuring of conference schedules.

For Montana State, that means yearly matchups with Eastern Washington and Montana while the other six conference opponents rotate each year.

The Bobcats will start conference play on the road in each of the three seasons: at Eastern Washington in 2022, at Weber State in 2023 and at Idaho State in 2024. Keeping with tradition, the contest against Montana remains the last week of the season.

After the Eastern Washington game to start the 2022 conference schedule, Montana State returns home for matchups against UC Davis and Idaho State on consecutive weekends. A road game at Northern Colorado follows, and Weber State visits Bobcat Stadium the next week. Week 9 of the season will be MSU’s bye and precedes away games at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly. The team then wraps up at home against Montana.

In 2023, MSU starts at Weber State and then comes home to face Portland State the next week. After a Week 6 bye, Montana State plays Cal Poly at home and then faces Sacramento State and Idaho on the road in consecutive weeks. Home contests against Northern Arizona and Eastern Washington follow before the season finale at Montana.

MSU faces Idaho State on the road to start the 2024 Big Sky slate, and the Bobcats take on Northern Colorado and Idaho at home in the next two weeks. A date at Portland State comes before MSU’s Week 9 bye. Montana State then alternates away and home games over the final four weeks: at Eastern Washington, against Sacramento State, at UC Davis and against Montana.

The last time Montana State played a full season of football was in 2019, when the team went 11-4 overall and 6-2 in Big Sky play. The only two conference losses that year came in consecutive weeks at home against Sacramento State and at former Big Sky member North Dakota.

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How to Watch Montana State Bobcats at Montana Grizzlies: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Montana State and Montana are thriving as they enter their meeting in Missoula. Montana State has the better record at 9–1, with its only loss in its opener against Wyoming by a field goal. However, the Bobcats won their game against Idaho last week by just a touchdown, so today's matchup against Montana should be close.

How to Watch Montana State at Montana Today:

Game Date: Nov. 20, 2021

Game Time: 2 p.m. ET

TV Channel: ATT ROOT Sports Northwest Main

You can stream the Montana State vs. Montana game on fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!

Montana leads this all-time rivalry 72-41-5 but Montana State has won four of the last five matchups, including their most recent in 2019, 48–14. These two didn't play last year due to cancellations because of COVID-19.

The Bobcats are led by their dynamic quarterback and running back duo. The former is junior Matthew McKay, who is likely to pass 2,000 yards passing in this game and has an impeccable 16-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Running back Isaiah Ifanse gains 6.3 yards a rush and has 1,208 yards on the season.

The Grizzlies will try to counter with a stingy defense. They are riding a four-game win streak in which they have given up 36 points total. They only gave up three in their convincing win against Northern Arizona last week and earned a shutout the week before against Northern Colorado. This game has all the fixings for a close rivalry game.

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FARMINGTON, Utah — The complete Big Sky Conference football ROOT Sports game of the week schedule, with kickoff times, was announced by the league office Monday.

ROOT will broadcast a total of 10 games beginning Sept. 21 when Eastern Washington visits Idaho at 1 p.m. Mountain time.

Montana visits UC Davis the following week for a 2 p.m. kickoff, then hosts Idaho State on Oct. 5 for a game that begins at 1. Northern Colorado plays at Eastern Washington Oct. 12 for a 2 p.m. contest, and Idaho State faces in-state rival Idaho at 3:30 on Oct. 19.

Montana will be featured on ROOT again when it hosts EWU on Oct. 26 at noon. Montana State’s first appearance on the network is Nov. 2 when it welcomes Southern Utah for a noon kickoff.

On Nov. 9, the Grizzlies will host Idaho at 1 p.m., and will again be shown on ROOT on Nov. 16 when they host Weber State at 1 p.m.

The 119th Brawl of the Wild will be the featured game on Nov. 23, with Montana and Montana State kicking off at noon from Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman.

All 10 Big Sky Conference football games will be produced and televised in high definition. Select games will be available on AT&T SportsNet.

ROOT Sports is available through most cable providers. Big Sky games will also be shown live on DirecTV’s Audience Network.

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There will be a variety of ways to watch Montana State Football games this season and we are here to help.

Montana State Football's 2021 season kicks off on Saturday, September 4th against The University of Wyoming Cowboys and you will be able to watch a majority of Bobcat games this season thanks to a variety of channels and services.

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First off, the University of Wyoming game will sadly not be televised but you can listen to the game on 100.7 XL Country here in Bozeman and the family of Learfield Sports radio stations.

Montana State's football games against Drake, San Diego, Northern Colorado, Idaho State, Eastern Washington, and Idaho will be featured on local TV channel SWX Montana, which you can get with rabbit ears or cable services.

Plus, all of these games and Portland State will be able to stream online on ESPN's streaming service ESPN+. If you don't have ESPN+, it's a paid streaming service and pretty easy to navigate.

The ROOT Sports Northwest will be broadcasting Montana State's games versus Cal Poly on October 9th and the Brawl of the Wild game versus the Montana Grizzlies on November 20th.

Then Montana State's game versus Weber State will be featured on national television on October 15th at 8 PM on ESPNU.

This is going to be a great year for Montana State Bobcat football, this will be the first time that basically, every Montana State football game will be able to watch either on TV, cable or through a streaming service.

So in case you want to stay home or heading to a bar to watch your Bobcats, you will have some options this year.

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BOZEMAN — Montana State football will have one game televised on ESPNU and two others on ROOT Sports this fall, the Big Sky Conference announced Monday.

As part of the league’s new media rights deal signed over the summer with ESPN, two Big Sky games per year would be shown on linear television on ESPNU as opposed to the subscription service ESPN+ like the rest of the conference’s games.

Montana State’s Week 7 game against Weber State will be one of those two conference games selected. In announcing the game, the league also said the game would now be played on Friday, Oct. 15 instead of the next day as originally planned. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. in Ogden, Utah.

Montana’s Oct. 2 matchup at Eastern Washington will also be shown on ESPNU.

Weber State will be coming off a bye week heading into the Montana State contest. MSU’s Homecoming game against Cal Poly is the week prior and will be one of two Bobcats games to be shown on ROOT Sports.

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ROOT Sports, which has just one more year of a media partnership with the Big Sky, will show four conference games in all, starting with MSU and Cal Poly on Oct. 9. The annual Brawl of the Wild contest featuring Montana State at Montana on Nov. 20 will round out the slate of games.

In between, Idaho at Eastern Washington on Oct. 16 and Southern Utah at Montana on Oct. 30 will also be shown.

Also over the weekend, the Big Sky released the future conference football schedules for 2022-24 to mark the beginning of the league’s 2021 Kickoff event in Spokane, Washington.

The Big Sky will have 12 football teams following Southern Utah’s departure to the Western Athletic Conference following this upcoming season. That movement sparked a restructuring of conference schedules.

For Montana State, that means yearly matchups with Eastern Washington and Montana while the other six conference opponents rotate each year.

The Bobcats will start conference play on the road in each of the three seasons: at Eastern Washington in 2022, at Weber State in 2023 and at Idaho State in 2024. Keeping with tradition, the contest against Montana remains the last week of the season.

After the Eastern Washington game to start the 2022 conference schedule, Montana State returns home for matchups against UC Davis and Idaho State on consecutive weekends. A road game at Northern Colorado follows, and Weber State visits Bobcat Stadium the next week. Week 9 of the season will be MSU’s bye and precedes away games at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly. The team then wraps up at home against Montana.

In 2023, MSU starts at Weber State and then comes home to face Portland State the next week. After a Week 6 bye, Montana State plays Cal Poly at home and then faces Sacramento State and Idaho on the road in consecutive weeks. Home contests against Northern Arizona and Eastern Washington follow before the season finale at Montana.

MSU faces Idaho State on the road to start the 2024 Big Sky slate, and the Bobcats take on Northern Colorado and Idaho at home in the next two weeks. A date at Portland State comes before MSU’s Week 9 bye. Montana State then alternates away and home games over the final four weeks: at Eastern Washington, against Sacramento State, at UC Davis and against Montana.

The last time Montana State played a full season of football was in 2019, when the team went 11-4 overall and 6-2 in Big Sky play. The only two conference losses that year came in consecutive weeks at home against Sacramento State and at former Big Sky member North Dakota.

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There will be a variety of ways to watch Montana State Football games this season and we are here to help.

Montana State Football's 2021 season kicks off on Saturday, September 4th against The University of Wyoming Cowboys and you will be able to watch a majority of Bobcat games this season thanks to a variety of channels and services.

Download Our Mobile App

First off, the University of Wyoming game will sadly not be televised but you can listen to the game on 100.7 XL Country here in Bozeman and the family of Learfield Sports radio stations.

Montana State's football games against Drake, San Diego, Northern Colorado, Idaho State, Eastern Washington, and Idaho will be featured on local TV channel SWX Montana, which you can get with rabbit ears or cable services.

Plus, all of these games and Portland State will be able to stream online on ESPN's streaming service ESPN+. If you don't have ESPN+, it's a paid streaming service and pretty easy to navigate.

The ROOT Sports Northwest will be broadcasting Montana State's games versus Cal Poly on October 9th and the Brawl of the Wild game versus the Montana Grizzlies on November 20th.

Then Montana State's game versus Weber State will be featured on national television on October 15th at 8 PM on ESPNU.

This is going to be a great year for Montana State Bobcat football, this will be the first time that basically, every Montana State football game will be able to watch either on TV, cable or through a streaming service.

So in case you want to stay home or heading to a bar to watch your Bobcats, you will have some options this year.

For more details, check out MSU Athletics.

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BOZEMAN — Jody Wallick wants to watch Saturday’s Montana-Montana State football game from the comfort of her home in Miles City.

Easier said than done.

The 120th Brawl of the Wild, which is scheduled for noon Saturday in Missoula, will be televised on ROOT Sports and AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Wallick has DISH Network, which recently decided to stop carrying ROOT and AT&T SportsNet. She and other DISH customers in Montana are trying to find another way to watch the much-anticipated game.

DISH users can watch the Brawl at a bar, restaurant, friend’s house or another place that has Spectrum or DIRECTV, which still carry ROOT and AT&T SportsNet. People can also watch it with DIRECTV Stream or fuboTV. Those streaming services might not be as familiar as cable or satellite, but issues like the one with DISH are likely to persist.

“The older we get, the more things change,” Wallick told 406mtsports.com.

Wallick, a 1984 UM graduate, wondered if her alma mater could’ve done something to prevent this viewing issue from happening. Neither UM nor the rest of the Big Sky had any control over DISH’s decision, said Big Sky senior associate commissioner Jon Kasper.

The Big Sky is in its 10th — and final — year of a contract with AT&T Sports Networks that the conference renewed in 2017, guaranteeing a maximum of eight games to air on ROOT-branded regional networks. Big Sky members had to approve that renewal, and it made sense to do so, Kasper said. Each school in the conference gets a significant amount of money from TV deals like that, and no one in 2017 knew DISH would drop ROOT and AT&T SportsNet.

“To make it 10 years without a major disturbance is a really good thing because these things happen and they seem to happen more and more as cable and dish companies try to control their costs to the consumer,” Kasper said.

DISH dropped ROOT and AT&T SportsNet, which are regional sports networks, on Sept. 30. No one from DISH or ROOT could be reached for comment, but both addressed the decision publicly.

“While we are disappointed, we are not surprised,” ROOT wrote on its website. “During our renewal conversations, we proposed a very favorable deal for DISH that other large distributors have accepted. DISH Network was only willing to engage on very non-standard terms to continue distributing the Networks. No other RSN in the country has accepted the terms DISH proposed to us.”

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DISH only carries one regional sports network, NESN, which broadcasts games from Boston teams including the Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox.

“The current RSN model is fundamentally broken,” DISH group president Brian Neylon said in a press release. “This model requires nearly all customers to pay for RSNs when only a small percentage of customers actually watch them.”

The press release called the RSN model “inequitable” and “antiquated” in an era when so many people are choosing a la carte viewing options, such as Netflix and other premium streaming services. Neylon said DISH wants to offer RSNs a la carte so that “no customer would be forced to pay for content they don’t watch, and the RSNs would determine the price customers would pay for their channels.”

“DISH made this consumer-friendly proposal to AT&T SportsNet and ROOT Sports, but they refused it,” DISH wrote. “They instead chose to continue demanding rates that are unreasonable to pass on to our customers. DISH remains open to working with the RSNs to offer sports content in a way that provides choice and value to all customers.”

Kasper was in Boise, Idaho, for his daughter’s soccer tournament earlier this month. As he watched her play on Nov. 6, he pulled out his phone and streamed a couple of Big Sky football games: UM at Northern Colorado and MSU at Eastern Washington.

This is the way many people are watching sports or other forms of content, Kasper noted. Traditional TV is increasingly becoming a thing of the past, and that’s not easy for everyone to embrace.

Wallick, 65, said she doesn’t want to go to a bar to watch the Brawl because bar chairs exacerbate her back problems. She wouldn’t want to make the nearly 500-mile drive to attend Saturday’s game at Washington-Grizzly Stadium even if she got tickets. She needed her husband’s help to stream Griz games on ESPN+, a new option made possible by a deal the Big Sky formed with ESPN in June (Kasper said the Big Sky has been “very happy” with the ESPN+ arrangement so far).

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Montanans won’t be able to watch the Brawl on ESPN+ because of blackout restrictions. ROOT and AT&T SportsNet only allow people outside of their regional footprints to stream games on ESPN+.

“The big corporations are taking away our ability to watch our colleges play football,” Wallick said.

Kasper, a Great Falls CMR and UM grad, gets why DISH customers are frustrated but hopes they understand the bigger picture.

“It's not great for the consumer. We totally understand that. We want as many people to be able to enjoy our games as possible,” Kasper said. But “these businesses still need to operate. It's not cheap to produce live sports content.”

Kasper recommends that DISH users who want to watch the Brawl, which was canceled last year because of the pandemic, try a seven-day free trial of fuboTV, a streaming service that be connected through a computer, mobile device or smart TV. Otherwise, those people will have to find a TV that has Spectrum or DIRECTV.

Because this is the final year of its contract with AT&T/ROOT, the Big Sky will have some ability to prevent issues like this going forward. Kasper said other networks “could be in play to pick up the Montana-Montana State game,” as well as other Big Sky sporting events, after this year.

“We're cognizant of what people are asking for,” Kasper said, “and we’re taking that into account when we look to renegotiate our media rights agreements.”

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How to Watch Montana State Bobcats at Montana Grizzlies: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Montana State and Montana are thriving as they enter their meeting in Missoula. Montana State has the better record at 9–1, with its only loss in its opener against Wyoming by a field goal. However, the Bobcats won their game against Idaho last week by just a touchdown, so today's matchup against Montana should be close.

How to Watch Montana State at Montana Today:

Game Date: Nov. 20, 2021

Game Time: 2 p.m. ET

TV Channel: ATT ROOT Sports Northwest Main

You can stream the Montana State vs. Montana game on fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!

Montana leads this all-time rivalry 72-41-5 but Montana State has won four of the last five matchups, including their most recent in 2019, 48–14. These two didn't play last year due to cancellations because of COVID-19.

The Bobcats are led by their dynamic quarterback and running back duo. The former is junior Matthew McKay, who is likely to pass 2,000 yards passing in this game and has an impeccable 16-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Running back Isaiah Ifanse gains 6.3 yards a rush and has 1,208 yards on the season.

The Grizzlies will try to counter with a stingy defense. They are riding a four-game win streak in which they have given up 36 points total. They only gave up three in their convincing win against Northern Arizona last week and earned a shutout the week before against Northern Colorado. This game has all the fixings for a close rivalry game.

Regional restrictions may apply.

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PARKER COTTON Bozeman Daily Chronicle

BOZEMAN — Montana State football will have one game televised on ESPNU and two others on ROOT Sports this fall, the Big Sky Conference announced Monday.

As part of the league’s new media rights deal signed over the summer with ESPN, two Big Sky games per year would be shown on linear television on ESPNU as opposed to the subscription service ESPN+ like the rest of the conference’s games.

Montana State’s Week 7 game against Weber State will be one of those two conference games selected. In announcing the game, the league also said the game would now be played on Friday, Oct. 15 instead of the next day as originally planned. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. in Ogden, Utah.

Montana’s Oct. 2 matchup at Eastern Washington will also be shown on ESPNU.

Weber State will be coming off a bye week heading into the Montana State contest. MSU’s Homecoming game against Cal Poly is the week prior and will be one of two Bobcats games to be shown on ROOT Sports.

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ROOT Sports, which has just one more year of a media partnership with the Big Sky, will show four conference games in all, starting with MSU and Cal Poly on Oct. 9. The annual Brawl of the Wild contest featuring Montana State at Montana on Nov. 20 will round out the slate of games.

In between, Idaho at Eastern Washington on Oct. 16 and Southern Utah at Montana on Oct. 30 will also be shown.

Also over the weekend, the Big Sky released the future conference football schedules for 2022-24 to mark the beginning of the league’s 2021 Kickoff event in Spokane, Washington.

The Big Sky will have 12 football teams following Southern Utah’s departure to the Western Athletic Conference following this upcoming season. That movement sparked a restructuring of conference schedules.

For Montana State, that means yearly matchups with Eastern Washington and Montana while the other six conference opponents rotate each year.

The Bobcats will start conference play on the road in each of the three seasons: at Eastern Washington in 2022, at Weber State in 2023 and at Idaho State in 2024. Keeping with tradition, the contest against Montana remains the last week of the season.

After the Eastern Washington game to start the 2022 conference schedule, Montana State returns home for matchups against UC Davis and Idaho State on consecutive weekends. A road game at Northern Colorado follows, and Weber State visits Bobcat Stadium the next week. Week 9 of the season will be MSU’s bye and precedes away games at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly. The team then wraps up at home against Montana.

In 2023, MSU starts at Weber State and then comes home to face Portland State the next week. After a Week 6 bye, Montana State plays Cal Poly at home and then faces Sacramento State and Idaho on the road in consecutive weeks. Home contests against Northern Arizona and Eastern Washington follow before the season finale at Montana.

MSU faces Idaho State on the road to start the 2024 Big Sky slate, and the Bobcats take on Northern Colorado and Idaho at home in the next two weeks. A date at Portland State comes before MSU’s Week 9 bye. Montana State then alternates away and home games over the final four weeks: at Eastern Washington, against Sacramento State, at UC Davis and against Montana.

The last time Montana State played a full season of football was in 2019, when the team went 11-4 overall and 6-2 in Big Sky play. The only two conference losses that year came in consecutive weeks at home against Sacramento State and at former Big Sky member North Dakota.

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FARMINGTON, Utah — The complete Big Sky Conference football ROOT Sports game of the week schedule, with kickoff times, was announced by the league office Monday.

ROOT will broadcast a total of 10 games beginning Sept. 21 when Eastern Washington visits Idaho at 1 p.m. Mountain time.

Montana visits UC Davis the following week for a 2 p.m. kickoff, then hosts Idaho State on Oct. 5 for a game that begins at 1. Northern Colorado plays at Eastern Washington Oct. 12 for a 2 p.m. contest, and Idaho State faces in-state rival Idaho at 3:30 on Oct. 19.

Montana will be featured on ROOT again when it hosts EWU on Oct. 26 at noon. Montana State’s first appearance on the network is Nov. 2 when it welcomes Southern Utah for a noon kickoff.

On Nov. 9, the Grizzlies will host Idaho at 1 p.m., and will again be shown on ROOT on Nov. 16 when they host Weber State at 1 p.m.

The 119th Brawl of the Wild will be the featured game on Nov. 23, with Montana and Montana State kicking off at noon from Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman.

All 10 Big Sky Conference football games will be produced and televised in high definition. Select games will be available on AT&T SportsNet.

ROOT Sports is available through most cable providers. Big Sky games will also be shown live on DirecTV’s Audience Network.

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The Big Sky Conference announced Thursday that Cowles Montana Media, which owns ABC and Fox stations across the state and SWX stations in Montana and Spokane, has officially signed on to broadcast the majority of the 2021 Griz football season.

Six Griz games will now be seen over the airwaves and on basic cable packages across Montana, with Cowles stations set to broadcast UM's two non-conference home games and four league matchups, both at home and on the road.

The slate of games starts Sept. 11 under the lights at Washington-Grizzly Stadium when UM hosts Western Illinois for the home opener, followed by the conference opener against Cal Poly on Sept. 25.

Also included in the Cowles lineup is Montana's final non-conference game against Dixie State on Oct. 9 in Missoula, UM's league matchup against Sacramento State on Oct. 16 and the battle for the "Little Brown Stein" against Idaho on Oct. 23 in Moscow.

Cowles stations will also carry the Grizzlies' road game at Northern Arizona on Nov. 13. A linear TV broadcast of UM's game at Northern Colorado is yet to be determined.

Five of the six games set for broadcast will also be simulcast in the Spokane and North Idaho markets, opening up even more viewing options to Griz fans around the Northwest.

Exact channel listings (ABC Montana versus Fox Montana or SWX) will be announced in the near future. Streaming details for the whole schedule will also be announced in the coming weeks.

At the Big Sky football kickoff event in July, the conference announced three of UM's games would be broadcast nationwide on ROOT Sports and ESPNU, expanding Montana's broadcast footprint to millions of fans around the country.

The Griz will also receive national exposure when they open the season in Seattle against the University of Washington on the Pac-12 Network, with streaming available on Pac-12.com.

The Cowles broadcasting company owns channels markets from central Washington to eastern Montana. Beginning with KHQ-TV in Spokane, Cowles stations now provide ABC and Fox coverage in the Tri-cities, Spokane, Missoula, Helena, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls markets, as well as KULR (NBC) in Billings.

ROOT Sports is operated by AT&T Sports Networks, which operates regional sports networks in the Northwest, Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions. The four networks combined reach across 22 states and own exclusive rights to produce and distribute live events from more than 25 teams and conferences.

ESPNU is a digital cable and satellite sports television channel owned by ESPN Inc. The channel is primarily dedicated to coverage of college athletics and is also used as an additional outlet for general ESPN programming. ESPNU is based alongside its sister networks at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. As of September 2018, ESPNU is available to approximately 62.7 million pay television households (68% of households with cable TV) in the United States.

Montana opens the fall season on Sept. 4 at Washington before returning home to face Western Illinois on Sept. 11 in Missoula.

Season ticket packages, as well as home and away single game tickets are on sale now at GrizTix.com.

2021 Montana Football Broadcast Schedule

Date

Opponent

Time (MT)

TV

9.4

@ Washington

6 PM

Pac-12 Network

9.11

Western Illinois

6 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

9.25

Cal Poly

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.2

@ Eastern Washington

8:30 PM

ESPNU

10.9

Dixie State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.16

Sacramento State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.23

@ Idaho

2 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.30

Southern Utah

NOON

ROOT Sports

11.6

@ Northern Colorado

NOON

TBD

11.13

@ Northern Arizona

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT

11.20

Montana State

NOON

ROOT Sports

* = Game also available on SWX stations in the Spokane and North Idaho markets.

Home games in BOLD

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Root Sports Northwest

Regional sports television network

ROOT SPORTS Northwest is an American regional sports network owned as a 60/40 joint venture between the Seattle Mariners and WarnerMedia News & Sports, a division of AT&T's WarnerMedia respectively, the latter of which operates it as part of the AT&T SportsNet chain of regional networks and as an affiliate of Bally Sports. Headquartered near Seattle in the city of Bellevue, Washington, the channel broadcasts regional coverage of sports events throughout the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on professional sports teams based in Seattle and Portland. It is available on cable providers throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska and nationwide on satellite via DirecTV.

History[edit]

Root Sports Northwest was launched in late 1988 as Northwest Cable Sports,[1] by Tele-Communications Inc. and Viacom. Early programming included games from Washington and Washington State Universities and Tacoma Stars soccer games.[2] By 1989, it affiliated with the newly formed Prime Sports Network and was rebranded Prime Sports Northwest.

In 1996, News Corporation, which formed a sports division for the Fox network two years earlier after it obtained the broadcast rights to the National Football Conference and sought to create a group of regional sports networks, acquired a 50% interest in the Prime Network from Liberty.[3] Later that year on November 1, News Corporation and Liberty Media relaunched the Prime Network affiliates as part of the new Fox Sports Net group, with the Seattle-based network officially rebranding as Fox Sports Northwest.[4] The channel was rebranded as Fox Sports Net Northwest in 2000, as part of a collective brand modification of the FSN networks under the "Fox Sports Net" banner. Subsequently, in 2004, the channel shortened its name to FSN Northwest, through the networks' de-emphasis of the "Fox Sports Net" brand.

On December 22, 2006, News Corporation sold its interest in FSN Northwest and sister networks FSN Utah, FSN Pittsburgh and FSN Rocky Mountain to Liberty Media, in an asset trade in which News Corporation also 16.3% traded its 38.5% ownership stake in satellite provider DirecTV for $550 million in cash and stock, in exchange for Liberty Media's stake in the company.[5] On May 4, 2009, DirecTV Group Inc. announced it would become a part of Liberty's entertainment unit, part of which would then be spun off into the separate company under the DirecTV name, in a deal in which Liberty would increase its share in DirecTV from 48% to 54%, with Liberty owner John Malone and his family owning a 24% interest. DirecTV would operate its newly acquired FSN-affiliated networks through DirecTV Sports Networks,[6][7] a new division formed when the split off from Liberty Media was completed on November 19, 2009.[8]

On December 17, 2010, DirecTV Sports Networks announced that its four Fox Sports Networks-affiliated regional outlets would be relaunched under the "Root Sports" brand.[9] The network officially rebranded as Root Sports Northwest on April 1, 2011, with The Dan Patrick Show as the first program under the new Root Sports branding. For nominal purposes, the Root Sports networks continued to carry programming distributed mainly to the Fox Sports regional networks to provide supplementary sports and entertainment programming.

In April 2013, the Seattle Mariners announced that they would acquire controlling interest in Root Sports Northwest, as part of a long-term extension of its contract with the team through the 2030 season. DirecTV remained a minority stakeholder and controlling partner, and the network continued to operate under the Root Sports brand.[10]

DirecTV was subsequently acquired by AT&T;[11] on July 14, 2017, its sister networks were re-branded as AT&T SportsNet. Root Sports Northwest did not adopt the AT&T SportsNet brand, likely because AT&T is not the majority owner of the service.[12][13] Nonetheless, Root Sports still introduced a rebranded version of AT&T SportsNet's new on-air graphics.[14]

Ahead of their 2021–22 seasons, Root Sports Northwest acquired the regional rights to both the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA, and the Seattle Kraken –a new NHL expansion franchise which began play that season.[15][16]

In October, 2021, Root Sports added an overflow channel, known as Root Sports Plus, to avoid scheduling conflicts with the Mariners, Kraken, and Blazers.[17]

Programming[edit]

Seattle Mariners[edit]

Root Sports holds the regional television rights to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, producing and televising over 150 live regular season games (out of 162 total), along with 30+ minute pregame and post-game shows that air before and after all telecasts produced by the network. Other Mariners programming on the network includes live Spring Training games, Mariners All Access, which includes both weekly editions during the regular season and several other in-season and off-season specials each year, and Mariners Mondays, a three-hour weekly program that airs during the winter months that highlights memorable games and moments from the past season.

Prime Sports Network began Mariners' broadcasts in 1994, with sixteen of the scheduled 88 televised games; the remainder were on KSTW.[18] A players' strike eliminated the last quarter of the 1994 season and the first several weeks of the 1995 season.

Seattle Kraken[edit]

Root Sports holds the regional television rights to the Seattle Kraken of the National Hockey League. Root Sports was announced as the team's inaugural regional television partner on January 26, 2021.[19]

Portland Trail Blazers[edit]

The Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA reached an agreement to carry games on Fox Sports Net Northwest beginning in the 2002-03 season, replacing the unpopular BlazerVision pay-per-views and team-run Action Sports Cable Network. This lasted until 2007, when the team signed with Comcast SportsNet Northwest (now NBC Sports Northwest).[20]

When the Trail Blazers' contract was up for renewal in 2016, Root Sports outbid NBC Sports Northwest for the rights through the 2020–21 season. However, the team declined and renewed with NBC Sports Northwest instead, as Root Sports could not guarantee a carriage agreement with Comcast (NBCSNW's parent company).[15][16]

In June 2021, it was announced that Root Sports had acquired the regional television rights to the Trail Blazers beginning in the 2021–22 season; the network's wider carriage, especially on streaming services and satellite, in comparison to NBCSNW was a factor in the acquisition. All Trail Blazers telecasts are produced in-house by the team.[15][21]

Portland Timbers[edit]

Root Sports also holds the regional television rights to the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer.

Seattle Seahawks[edit]

Root Sports carries shoulder programming for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, airing head coach Pete Carroll's weekly press conference, branded as Seahawks Press Pass, and the team's weekly magazine program, Seahawks All Access.

Utah Jazz and Vegas Golden Knights[edit]

In Idaho and Montana only, Root Sports carries Utah Jazz and Vegas Golden Knights games and related programming produced by sister-network AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.[22][23] Due to territory rights, neither Portland Trail Blazers nor Seattle Kraken games will air in these areas of Idaho and Montana.[24][25]

Teams by media market[edit]

Collegiate and high school programming[edit]

Root Sports is the official regional cable home for Big Sky Conference football, airing between 10 and 15 games each season. Typically, the network will air one weekly Saturday afternoon match-up every week during conference play, until the final week of the regular season, when it features two rivalry match-ups in one weekend - Montana/Montana State (Brawl of the Wild) and Eastern Washington/Portland State. In the winter, the network home to West Coast Conference and Great Northwest Athletic Conference basketball. Local WCC coverage is primarily focused on the Gonzaga Bulldogs and Portland Pilots. The network also features various athletic events from the Mountain West, Atlantic Coast, Big East, and Big 12 Conferences throughout the year.

In addition to a wide array of collegiate programming, Root Sports televises Washington Interscholastic Activities Association high school football games on Thursday and Friday nights during the regular season, as well as playoff and championship games. Root's coverage is usually limited to games featuring teams from the 3A and 4A classification levels. In 2016, the network aired a two-part program covering the Northwest 9 training camp event for top high school quarterbacks from the Pacific Northwest. High school events broadcast by the network in recent years have also included Oregon School Activities Association high school football championship games and WIAA high school basketball.

Former programming[edit]

On-air staff[edit]

Current on-air staff[edit]

Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball/WCC basketball[edit]

  • Greg Heister – Gonzaga and WCC basketball play-by-play
  • Dan Dickau – Gonzaga and WCC basketball color commentator
  • Richard Fox – Gonzaga and WCC basketball color commentator
  • Francis Williams – college basketball color commentator and studio analyst

Portland Timbers[edit]

  • Jake Zivin – Timbers play-by-play, host of Timbers in 30
  • Ross Smith – Timbers color commentator
  • Nat Borchers – Timbers color commentator
  • Samantha Yarock – Timbers sideline reporter

Portland Trail Blazers[edit]

Seattle Kraken[edit]

Seattle Mariners[edit]

  • Brad Adam – Mariners pre-game and post-game host, basketball play-by-play, studio host and sideline reporter (2000–present)
  • Aaron Goldsmith – Mariners play-by-play announcer (2016–present)
  • Dave Sims – Mariners baseball play-by-play (2007–present)
  • Mike Blowers – Mariners baseball analyst (2007–present)
  • Dave Valle – Mariners baseball analyst (2010–present)
  • Ryan Rowland-Smith – Mariners studio analyst
  • Jen Mueller – host of Mariners All Access and sideline reporter (2007–present)
  • Bill Krueger – senior baseball analyst (2000–present)

Seattle Sounders[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Angie Mentink – host of many of the network's magazine show and a sideline reporter (1999–present)
  • Warren Moon – host of Seahawks All Access (2003–present)
  • Tom Glasgow – football and basketball play-by-play (2008–present)
  • Jason Stiles – football analyst (2006–present)
  • Taylor Barton – college football color commentator and studio analyst

Former on-air staff[edit]

Carriage[edit]

On September 30, 2021, Dish Network's carriage agreements for Root Sports Northwest, and AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and Rocky Mountain expired.[27]

References[edit]

  1. ^Bergum, Steve (August 18, 1990). "Delayed WSU telecasts not available from Cox". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). p. B1.
  2. ^"ICI, Viacom sports pact is official"(PDF). Broadcasting Magazine: 51. April 10, 1990. Retrieved 23 June 2021.
  3. ^R. Thomas Umstead (July 8, 1996). "Liberty Sports regionals will become Fox Sports net". Multichannel News. The Walt Disney Company. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved April 9, 2015 – via HighBeam Research.
  4. ^Nick Daschel (November 1, 1996). "PRIME SPORTS TO BECOME FOX SPORTS NW". The Columbian. Columbian Publishing Company. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved April 9, 2015 – via HighBeam Research.
  5. ^"News Corp. Reaches Deal with Liberty Media". The New York Times. December 22, 2006. Archived from the original on April 16, 2015. Retrieved April 9, 2015.
  6. ^Todd Spangler (May 4, 2009). "DirecTV, Liberty Media Announce Spin-Off Plan". Multichannel News. Reed Business Information. Archived from the original on 2015-04-16. Retrieved April 16, 2015.
  7. ^"DirecTV, Liberty Media Detail Spinoff Plans". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Associated Press. May 4, 2009. Retrieved March 27, 2019.
  8. ^Mike Reynolds (November 20, 2009). "Liberty Sports Rebrands As DirecTV Sports Networks". Multichannel News. NewBay Media. Archived from the original on 2015-04-17. Retrieved April 16, 2015.
  9. ^"'Root Sports' new name for sports networks". Denver Business Journal. American City Business Journals. December 17, 2010. Archived from the original on 2010-12-23. Retrieved 2010-12-20.
  10. ^Nick Eaton (April 16, 2013). "Update: Mariners buy, will control Root Sports Northwest TV network". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Hearst Corporation. Archived from the original on 2013-04-19. Retrieved April 16, 2013.
  11. ^"Root Sports regional nets now part of AT&T Sports Networks". Awful Announcing. Ken Fang. April 9, 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-04-12. Retrieved April 9, 2016.
  12. ^"AT&T Rebranding Three ROOT Sports RSNs as 'AT&T SportsNet' in July". Sports Video Group. Archived from the original on 2017-06-20. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  13. ^"Root Sports Southwest is now AT&T SportsNet Southwest". Houston Chronicle. Archived from the original on 2017-07-15. Retrieved 2017-07-15.
  14. ^"ROOT Sports NW Debuts New Graphics on Mariners Telecasts". From the Corner of Edgar & Dave. 2017-07-15. Retrieved 2017-07-15.
  15. ^ abc"ROOT Sports acquires Portland Trail Blazers' broadcast rights". The Seattle Times. 2021-06-09. Retrieved 2021-10-29.
  16. ^ abMcIntosh, Andrew (26 January 2021). "NHL's Seattle Kraken signs multiyear TV broadcast rights deal". Puget Sound Business Journal. American City Business Journals. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
  17. ^"Root Sports Plus channel guide".
  18. ^"M's, PSN unite". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). May 18, 1994. p. C1.
  19. ^Clark, Ryan S. "Seattle Kraken hire John Forslund and announce TV broadcast deal". The Athletic. Retrieved 2021-01-26.
  20. ^Mike Tokito (January 27, 2015). "Present and past show challenges Trail Blazers have in solving TV dilemma: Media Mike Check". oregonlive.com. Archived from the original on August 18, 2016. Retrieved August 10, 2016.
  21. ^Freeman, Joe (9 June 2021). "Portland Trail Blazers' television broadcast moving to Root Sports with 4-year deal". The Oregonian. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  22. ^"Golden Knights Available To ROOT Sports Viewers In Montana And Idaho". nhl.com. October 12, 2017. Retrieved September 30, 2021.
  23. ^"Vegas Golden Knights Available to Root Sports Viewers in Montana and Idaho". Root Sports Northwest. October 26, 2017. Retrieved September 30, 2021.
  24. ^ ab"Trail Blazers Questions". Root Sports Northwest. Retrieved September 30, 2021.
  25. ^ ab"Kraken Questions". Root Sports Northwest. Retrieved September 30, 2021.
  26. ^"Mariners Questions". Root Sports Northwest. Retrieved September 30, 2021.
  27. ^"ROOT Sports' deal with Dish Network expires, leaving subscribers out of luck to watch Mariners and Kraken". The Seattle Times. 2021-09-30. Retrieved 2021-10-29.

External links[edit]

Broadcast television in the Puget Sound region, including Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, and Olympia

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Full power
  • KOMO 4 (.1 ABC, .2 Comet, .3 Charge!)
  • KING 5 (.1 NBC, .2 Crime, .3 Quest, 16.1Ind.)
  • KIRO 7 (.1 CBS, .2 Cozi, .3 Laff)
  • KCTS 9 (.1 PBS, .2 Kids, .3 Create, .4 World)
  • KSTW 11 (.1 CW, .2 Start, .3 Grit, .4 Dabl, .5 Circle)
  • KCPQ 13 (.1 Fox, .2 Court TV, .3 Mystery, .4 Buzzr)
  • KONG 16 (.1 Ind., .2 Bounce, .3 This)
  • KTBW 20 (.1 TBN, .2 Hillsong, .3 Smile, .4 Enlace, .5 Positiv)
  • KZJO 22 (.1 MNTV, .2Fox, .3 ANT, .5 AAT TV)
  • KBTC 28 / KCKA 15 (.1 PBS, .2 NHK, .3 FNX, .4 TVW)
  • KWPX 33 (.1 Ion, .2 Court TV, .3 Bounce TV, .4 Grit, .5 Defy, .6 TrueReal, .7 Newsy)
  • KFFV 44 (.1 MeTV, .2 Movies!, .3 H&I, .4 Decades)
  • KUNS 51 (.1 UNI, .2 TBD, .3 Stadium)
  • KWDK 56 (.1 Daystar)
Low power
  • KYMU-LD 6 (.1 Cozi, .2 Light, .3 NewsNet, .4 Retro, .5 Heartland)
  • K08OU-D 8 (.1 3ABN, .3 D2D, .4 3ABN Latino, .5 3ABN Radio, .7 Radio74)
  • KRUM-LD 24 (.3 Ind., .4 Ind.)
  • KUSE 46 (.1 Azteca, .2 Cheddar, .3 SBN, .4 LC, .5 Buzzr, .6 Lx)
Adjacent locals
Bellingham
  • KVOS 12 (.1 H&I, .2 Movies!, .3 MeTV, .4 Decades, .5 Start)
  • KBCB 24 (.1 SBN, .2 JTV, .3 QVC, .4 JTV)
  • K24IC-D 28 (.1 PBS, .2 NHK, .3 FNX, .4 TVW)
Port Angeles
ATSC 3.0 DTV
Cable-only
Defunct stations

Broadcast television in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington, including Portland, Salem and Vancouver

KRCW-TV and KPDX serve as the market's ATSC 3.0 lighthouse stations, with their subchannels hosted by other market stations.

Full-power
stations
  • KATU (2.1 ABC, 2.2 MeTV, 2.3 Comet, 2.4 Stadium)
  • KOIN (6.1 CBS, 6.2 getTV, 6.3 Bounce TV)
  • KOAC (PBS/OPB, 7.1 HD, 7.2 "Plus", 7.3 Kids, 7.4 FM)
  • KGW (8.1 NBC, 8.2 Crime, 8.3 Quest, 8.4 Twist)
  • KOPB (PBS/OPB, 10.1 HD, 10.2 "Plus", 10.3 PBS Kids, 10.4 FM)
  • KPTV (12.1 FOX, 12.2 Cozi, 12.3 Laff, 12.4 Dabl)
  • KPXG (22.1 Ion, 22.2 Bounce TV, 22.3 Court TV, 22.4 Laff, 22.5 Defy, 22.6 TrueReal, 22.7 TMD)
  • KNMT (24.1 TBN, 24.2 Hillsong, 24.3 Smile, 24.4 Enlace, 24.5 Positiv)
  • KRCW (32.1 CW, 32.2 ANT, 32.3 Court TV, 32.4 TBD)
  • KPDX (49.1 MNTV, 49.2 Mystery, 49.3 Bounce TV, 49.4 Grit)
Low-power
stations
La Grande
The Dalles
Cable-only
ATSC 3.0 DTV
Defunct

See also List of television stations in Oregon, and Seattle, Eugene, Bend, Yakima/Tri-Cities, Boise TV

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Root Sports Northwest

Regional sports television network

ROOT SPORTS Northwest is an American regional sports network owned as a 60/40 joint venture between the Seattle Mariners and WarnerMedia News & Sports, a division root sports montana state AT&T's WarnerMedia respectively, the latter of which operates it as part of the AT&T SportsNet chain of regional networks and as an affiliate of Bally Sports. Headquartered near Seattle in the city of Bellevue, Washington, the channel broadcasts regional coverage of sports events throughout the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on professional sports teams based in Seattle and Portland. It is available on cable providers throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska and nationwide on satellite via DirecTV.

History[edit]

Root Sports Northwest was launched in late 1988 as Northwest Cable Sports,[1] by Tele-Communications Inc. and Viacom. Early programming included games from Washington and Washington State Universities and Tacoma Stars soccer games.[2] By 1989, it affiliated with the newly formed Prime Sports Network and was rebranded Prime Sports Northwest.

In 1996, News Corporation, which formed a sports division for the Fox network two years earlier after it obtained the broadcast rights to the National Football Conference and sought to create a group of regional sports networks, acquired a 50% interest in the Prime Network from Liberty.[3] Later that year on November 1, News Corporation and Liberty Media relaunched the Prime Network affiliates as part of the new Fox Sports Net group, with the Seattle-based network officially rebranding as Fox Sports Northwest.[4] The channel was rebranded as Fox Sports Net Northwest in 2000, as part of a collective brand modification of the FSN networks under the "Fox Sports Net" banner. Subsequently, root sports montana state, in 2004, the channel shortened its name to FSN Northwest, through the networks' de-emphasis of the "Fox Sports Net" brand.

On December 22, 2006, News Corporation sold its interest in FSN Northwest and sister networks FSN Utah, FSN Pittsburgh and FSN Rocky Mountain to Liberty Media, in an asset trade in which News Corporation also 16.3% traded its 38.5% ownership stake in satellite provider DirecTV for $550 million in cash and stock, in exchange for Liberty Media's stake in the company.[5] On May 4, 2009, DirecTV Group Inc. announced it would become a part of Liberty's entertainment unit, part of which would then be spun off into arizona wildcats youth football jersey separate company under the DirecTV name, in a deal in which Liberty would increase its share in DirecTV from 48% to 54%, with Liberty owner John Malone and his family owning a 24% interest. DirecTV would operate its newly acquired FSN-affiliated networks through DirecTV Sports Networks,[6][7] a new division formed when the split off from Liberty Media was completed on November 19, 2009.[8]

On December 17, 2010, DirecTV Sports Networks announced that its four Fox Sports Networks-affiliated regional outlets would be relaunched under the "Root Sports" brand.[9] The network officially rebranded as Root Sports Northwest on April 1, 2011, with The Dan Patrick Show as the first program under the new Root Sports branding. For nominal purposes, the Root Sports networks continued to carry programming distributed mainly to the Fox Sports regional networks to provide supplementary sports and entertainment programming.

In April 2013, the Seattle Mariners announced that they would acquire controlling interest in Root Sports Northwest, as part of a long-term extension of its contract with the team through the 2030 season. DirecTV remained a minority stakeholder and controlling partner, and the network continued to operate under the Root Sports brand.[10]

DirecTV was subsequently acquired by AT&T;[11] on July 14, 2017, its sister networks were re-branded as AT&T SportsNet. Root Sports Northwest did not adopt the AT&T SportsNet brand, likely because AT&T is not the majority owner of the service.[12][13] Root sports montana state, Root Sports still introduced a rebranded version of AT&T SportsNet's new on-air graphics.[14]

Ahead of their 2021–22 seasons, Root Sports Northwest acquired the regional rights to both the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA, and the Seattle Kraken –a new NHL expansion franchise which began play that season.[15][16]

In October, 2021, Root Sports added an overflow channel, known root sports montana state Root Sports Plus, to avoid scheduling conflicts with the Mariners, Kraken, and Blazers.[17]

Programming[edit]

Seattle Mariners[edit]

Root Sports holds the regional television rights to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, producing and televising over 150 live regular season games (out of 162 total), along with 30+ minute pregame and post-game shows that air before and after all telecasts produced by the network. Other Mariners programming on the network includes live Spring Training games, Mariners All Access, which includes both weekly editions during the regular season and several other in-season and off-season specials each year, and Mariners Mondays, a three-hour weekly program that airs during the winter months that highlights memorable games and moments from the past season.

Prime Sports Network began Mariners' broadcasts in 1994, with sixteen of the scheduled 88 televised games; the remainder were on KSTW.[18] A players' strike eliminated the last quarter of the 1994 season and the first several weeks of the 1995 season.

Seattle Kraken[edit]

Root Sports holds the regional television rights to the Seattle Kraken of the National Hockey League. Root Sports was announced as the team's inaugural regional television partner on January 26, 2021.[19]

Portland Trail Blazers[edit]

The Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA reached an agreement to carry games on Fox Sports Net Northwest beginning in the 2002-03 season, root sports montana state, replacing the unpopular BlazerVision pay-per-views and team-run Action Sports Cable Network. This lasted until 2007, when the team signed with Comcast SportsNet Northwest (now NBC Sports Northwest).[20]

When the Trail Blazers' root sports montana state was up for renewal in 2016, Root Sports outbid NBC Sports Northwest for the rights through the 2020–21 season. However, the team declined and renewed with NBC Sports Northwest instead, as Root Sports could not guarantee a carriage agreement with Comcast (NBCSNW's parent company).[15][16]

In June 2021, it was announced that Root Root sports montana state had acquired the regional television rights to the Trail Blazers beginning in the 2021–22 season; the network's wider carriage, especially on streaming services and satellite, root sports montana state, in comparison to NBCSNW root sports montana state a factor in the acquisition. All Trail Blazers telecasts are produced in-house by the team.[15][21]

Portland Timbers[edit]

Root Sports also holds the regional television rights to the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer.

Seattle Seahawks[edit]

Root Sports carries shoulder programming for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, airing head coach Pete Carroll's weekly press conference, branded as Seahawks Press Pass, and the team's weekly magazine program, Seahawks All Access.

Utah Jazz and Vegas Golden Knights[edit]

In Idaho and Montana only, Root Sports carries Utah Jazz and Vegas Golden Knights games and related programming produced by sister-network AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.[22][23] Due to territory rights, neither Portland Trail Blazers nor Seattle Kraken games will air in these areas of Idaho and Montana.[24][25]

Teams by media market[edit]

Collegiate and high school programming[edit]

Root Sports is the official regional cable home for Big Sky Conference football, airing between 10 and 15 games each season. Typically, the network will air one weekly Saturday afternoon match-up every week during conference play, until the final week of the regular season, when it features two rivalry match-ups in one weekend - Montana/Montana State (Brawl of the Wild) and Eastern Washington/Portland State. In the winter, the network home to West Coast Conference and Great Northwest Athletic Conference basketball. Local WCC coverage is primarily focused on the Gonzaga Bulldogs and Portland Pilots. The network also features various athletic events from the Mountain West, Atlantic Coast, Big East, and Big 12 Conferences throughout the year.

In addition to a wide array of collegiate programming, Root Sports televises Washington Interscholastic Activities Association high school football games on Thursday and Friday nights during the regular season, as well as playoff and championship games. Root's coverage is usually limited to games featuring teams from the 3A and 4A classification levels. In 2016, root sports montana state, the network aired a two-part program covering the Northwest 9 training camp event for top high school quarterbacks from the Pacific Northwest. High school events broadcast by the network in recent years have also included Oregon School Activities Association high school football championship games and WIAA high school basketball.

Former programming[edit]

On-air staff[edit]

Current on-air staff[edit]

Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball/WCC basketball[edit]

  • Greg Heister – Gonzaga and WCC basketball play-by-play
  • Dan Dickau – Gonzaga and WCC basketball color commentator
  • Richard Fox – Gonzaga and WCC basketball color commentator
  • Francis Williams – college basketball color commentator and studio analyst

Portland Timbers[edit]

  • Jake Zivin – Timbers play-by-play, host of Timbers in 30
  • Ross Smith – Timbers color commentator
  • Nat Borchers – Timbers color commentator
  • Samantha Yarock – Timbers sideline reporter

Portland Trail Blazers[edit]

Seattle Kraken[edit]

Seattle Mariners[edit]

  • Brad Adam – Mariners pre-game and post-game host, basketball play-by-play, studio host and sideline reporter (2000–present)
  • Aaron Goldsmith – Mariners play-by-play announcer (2016–present)
  • Dave Sims – Mariners baseball play-by-play (2007–present)
  • Mike Blowers – Mariners baseball analyst (2007–present)
  • Dave Valle – Mariners baseball analyst (2010–present)
  • Ryan Root sports montana state – Mariners studio analyst
  • Jen Mueller – host of Mariners All Access and sideline reporter (2007–present)
  • Bill Krueger – senior baseball analyst (2000–present)

Seattle Sounders[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Angie Mentink – host of many of the network's magazine show and a sideline reporter (1999–present)
  • Warren Moon – host of Seahawks All Access (2003–present)
  • Tom Glasgow – football and basketball play-by-play (2008–present)
  • Jason Stiles – football analyst (2006–present)
  • Taylor Barton – college football color commentator and studio analyst

Former on-air staff[edit]

Carriage[edit]

On September 30, 2021, Dish Network's carriage agreements for Root Sports Northwest, and AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and Rocky Mountain expired.[27]

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The Big Sky Conference announced Thursday that Cowles Montana Media, which owns ABC and Fox stations across the state and SWX stations in Montana and Spokane, has root sports montana state signed on to broadcast the majority of the 2021 Griz football season.

Six Griz games will now be seen over the airwaves and on basic cable packages across Montana, with Cowles stations set to broadcast UM's two non-conference home games and four league matchups, both at home and on the road.

The slate of games starts Sept. 11 under the lights at Washington-Grizzly Stadium when UM hosts Western Illinois for the home opener, followed by the conference opener against Cal Poly on Sept. 25.

Also included in the Cowles lineup is Montana's final non-conference game against Dixie State on Oct. 9 in Missoula, UM's league matchup against Sacramento State on Oct. 16 and the battle for the "Little Brown Stein" against Idaho on Oct. 23 in Moscow.

Cowles stations will also carry the Grizzlies' road game at Northern Arizona on Nov. 13. A linear TV broadcast of UM's game at Northern Colorado is yet to be determined.

Five of the six games set for broadcast will also be simulcast in the Spokane and North Idaho markets, opening up even more viewing options to Griz fans around the Northwest.

Exact channel listings (ABC Montana versus Fox Montana or SWX) will be announced in the near future. Streaming details for the whole schedule will also be announced in the coming weeks.

At the Big Sky football kickoff event in July, the conference announced three of UM's games would be broadcast nationwide on ROOT Sports and ESPNU, expanding Montana's broadcast footprint to millions of fans around the country.

The Griz will also receive national exposure when they open the season in Seattle against the University of Washington on the Pac-12 Network, with streaming available on Pac-12.com.

The Cowles broadcasting company owns channels markets from central Washington to eastern Montana. Beginning with KHQ-TV in Spokane, Cowles stations now provide ABC and Fox coverage in the Tri-cities, Spokane, Missoula, Helena, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls markets, as well as KULR (NBC) in Billings.

ROOT Sports is operated by AT&T Sports Networks, which operates regional sports networks in the Northwest, Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions. The four networks combined reach across 22 states and own exclusive rights to produce and distribute live events from more than 25 teams and conferences.

ESPNU is a digital cable and satellite sports television channel owned by ESPN Inc. The channel is primarily dedicated to coverage of college athletics and is also used as an additional outlet for general ESPN programming. ESPNU is based alongside its sister networks at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. As of September 2018, ESPNU is available to approximately 62.7 million pay television households (68% of households with cable TV) in the United States.

Montana opens the fall season on Sept. 4 at Washington before returning home to face Western Illinois on Sept. 11 in Missoula.

Season ticket packages, as well as home and away single game tickets are on sale now at GrizTix.com.

2021 Montana Football Broadcast Schedule

Date

Opponent

Time (MT)

TV

9.4

@ Washington

6 PM

Pac-12 Network

9.11

Western Illinois

6 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

9.25

Cal Poly

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.2

@ Eastern Washington

8:30 PM

ESPNU

10.9

Dixie State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.16

Sacramento State

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.23

@ Idaho

2 PM

ABC/FOX MT*

10.30

Southern Utah

NOON

ROOT Sports

11.6

@ Northern Colorado

NOON

TBD

11.13

@ Northern Arizona

1 PM

ABC/FOX MT

11.20

Montana State

NOON

ROOT Sports

* = Game also available on SWX stations in the Spokane and North Idaho markets.

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How to Watch Montana State Bobcats at Montana Grizzlies: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Montana State and Montana are thriving as they enter their meeting in Missoula. Montana State has the better record at 9–1, with its only loss in its opener against Wyoming by a field goal. However, the Root sports montana state won their game against Idaho last week by just a touchdown, so today's matchup against Montana should be close.

How to Watch Montana State at Montana Today:

Game Date: Nov. 20, 2021

Game Time: 2 p.m. ET

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Montana leads this all-time rivalry 72-41-5 but Montana State has won four of the last five matchups, including their most recent in 2019, 48–14. These two didn't play last year due to cancellations because of COVID-19.

The Bobcats are led by their dynamic quarterback and running back duo. The former is junior Matthew McKay, who is likely to pass 2,000 yards passing in this game and has an impeccable 16-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Running back Isaiah Ifanse gains 6.3 yards a rush and has 1,208 yards on the season.

The Grizzlies will try to counter with a stingy defense. They are riding a four-game win streak in which they have given up 36 points total. They only gave up three in their convincing win against Northern Arizona last week and earned a shutout the week before against Northern Colorado. This game has all the fixings for a close rivalry game.

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FARMINGTON, Utah — The complete Big Sky Conference football ROOT Sports game of the week schedule, with kickoff times, was announced by the league office Monday.

ROOT will broadcast a total of 10 games beginning Sept. 21 when Eastern Washington visits Idaho at 1 p.m. Mountain time.

Montana visits UC Davis the following week for a 2 p.m. kickoff, then hosts Idaho State on Oct. 5 for a game that begins at 1. Northern Colorado plays at Eastern Washington Oct. 12 for a 2 p.m. contest, and Idaho State faces in-state rival Idaho at 3:30 on Oct. 19.

Montana will be featured on ROOT again when it hosts EWU on Oct. 26 at noon. Montana State’s first appearance on the network is Nov. 2 when it welcomes Southern Utah for a noon kickoff.

On Nov. 9, the Grizzlies will host Idaho at 1 p.m., and will again be shown on ROOT on Nov. 16 when they host Weber State at 1 p.m.

The 119th Brawl of the Wild will be the featured game on Nov. 23, with Montana and Montana State kicking off at noon from Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman.

All 10 Big Sky Conference football games will be produced and televised in high definition. Select games will be available on AT&T SportsNet.

ROOT Sports is available through most cable providers. Big Sky games will also be shown live on DirecTV’s Audience Network.

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BOZEMAN — Montana State football will have one game televised on ESPNU and two others on ROOT Sports this fall, the Big Sky Conference announced Monday.

As part of the league’s new media rights deal signed over the summer with ESPN, two Big Sky games per year would be shown on linear television on ESPNU as opposed to the subscription service ESPN+ like the rest of the conference’s games.

Montana State’s Week 7 game against Weber State will be one of those two conference games selected. In announcing the game, the league also said the game would now be played on Friday, Oct, root sports montana state. 15 instead of the next day as originally planned. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. in Ogden, Utah.

Montana’s Oct. 2 matchup at Eastern Washington will also be shown on ESPNU.

Weber State will be coming off a bye week heading into the Montana State contest. MSU’s Homecoming game against Cal Poly is the week prior and will be one of two Bobcats games to be shown on ROOT Sports.

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ROOT Sports, which has just one more year of a media partnership with the Big Sky, will show four conference games in all, starting with MSU and Cal Poly on Oct. 9. The annual Brawl of the Wild contest featuring Montana State at Montana on Nov. 20 will round out the slate of games.

In between, Idaho at Eastern Washington on Oct. 16 and Southern Utah at Montana on Oct. 30 will also be shown.

Also over the weekend, the Big Sky released the future conference football schedules for 2022-24 to mark the beginning of the league’s 2021 Kickoff event in Spokane, Washington.

The Big Sky will have 12 football teams following Southern Utah’s departure to the Western Athletic Conference following this upcoming season. That movement sparked a restructuring of conference schedules.

For Montana State, that means yearly matchups with Eastern Washington and Montana while the other six conference opponents rotate each year.

The Bobcats will start conference play on the road in each of the three seasons: at Eastern Washington in 2022, at Weber State in 2023 and at Idaho State in 2024. Keeping with tradition, the contest against Montana remains the last week of the season.

After the Eastern Washington game to start the 2022 conference schedule, Montana State returns home for matchups against UC Davis and Idaho State on consecutive weekends. A road game at Northern Colorado follows, and Weber State visits Bobcat Stadium the next week. Week 9 of the season will be MSU’s bye and precedes away games at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly. The team then wraps up at home against Montana.

In 2023, MSU starts at Weber State and then comes home to face Portland State the next week. After a Week 6 bye, Montana State plays Cal Poly at home and then faces Sacramento State and Idaho on the road in consecutive weeks. Home contests against Northern Arizona and Eastern Washington follow before the season finale at Montana.

MSU faces Idaho State on the road to start the 2024 Big Sky slate, and the Bobcats take on Northern Colorado and Idaho at home in the next two weeks. A date at Portland State comes before MSU’s Week 9 bye. Montana State then alternates away and home games over the final four weeks: at Eastern Washington, against Sacramento State, at UC Davis and against Montana.

The last time Montana State played a full season of football was in 2019, when the team went 11-4 overall and 6-2 in Big Sky play. The only two conference losses that year came in consecutive weeks at home against Sacramento State and at former Big Sky member North Dakota.

Parker Cotton can be reached at pcotton@dailychronicle.com or 406-582-2670. Follow him on Twitter @ByParkerCotton.

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How closeout basketball jerseys can watch the MSU-UM 'Brawl Of The Wild'

On Saturday, November 20, 2021, starting at noon, the Montana State University Bobcats will battle the University of Montana Grizzlies in the 120th annual "Brawl of the Wild."

Big Sky Conference broadcast partner ROOT Sports will televise the game to a national audience in conjunction with its regional AT&T Sports Net affiliates.

ESPN+ will also stream the game outside of the ROOT Sports and AT&T Sports Net footprint, root sports montana state. Click here to visit the ESPN+ site.

ROOT Sports Northwest and AT&T Sports Net Rocky Mountain are available to watch on DirecTV and Spectrum Cable. To see if ROOT Sports is available in your area, root sports montana state, click here to visit their channel finder page.

To see if AT&T Sports Net Rocky Mountain is available in your area, click here to visit their channel finder page.

DISH Network no longer carries ROOT Sports or AT&T Sports Net, meaning Saturday's game will not be available on DISH.

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BOZEMAN — Jody Wallick wants to watch Saturday’s Montana-Montana State football game from the comfort of her home in Miles City.

Easier said than done.

The 120th Brawl of the Wild, which is scheduled for noon Saturday in Missoula, will be televised on ROOT Sports and AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Wallick has DISH Network, which recently decided root sports montana state stop carrying Root sports montana state and AT&T SportsNet. She and other DISH customers in Montana are trying to find another way to watch the much-anticipated game.

DISH users can watch the Brawl at a bar, restaurant, friend’s house or another place that has Spectrum or DIRECTV, which still carry ROOT and AT&T SportsNet. People can also watch it with DIRECTV Stream or fuboTV. Those streaming services might not be as familiar as cable or satellite, but issues like the one with DISH are likely to persist.

“The older we get, the more things change,” Wallick told 406mtsports.com.

Wallick, a 1984 UM graduate, wondered if her alma mater could’ve done something to prevent this viewing issue from happening. Neither UM nor the rest of the Big Sky had any control over DISH’s decision, said Big Sky senior associate commissioner Jon Kasper.

The Big Sky is in its root sports montana state — and final — year of a contract with AT&T Sports Networks that the conference renewed in 2017, guaranteeing a maximum of eight games to air on ROOT-branded regional networks. Big Sky members had to approve that renewal, and it made sense to do so, Kasper said. Each school in the conference gets a significant amount of money from TV deals like that, and no one in 2017 knew DISH would drop ROOT and AT&T SportsNet.

“To make it 10 years hi tail skateboard a major disturbance is a really good thing because these things happen and they seem to happen more and more as cable and dish companies try to control their costs to the consumer,” Kasper said.

DISH dropped ROOT and AT&T SportsNet, which are regional sports networks, on Sept. 30. No one from DISH or ROOT could be reached for comment, but both addressed the decision publicly.

“While we are disappointed, we are not surprised,” ROOT wrote on its website. “During our renewal conversations, we proposed a very favorable deal for DISH that other large distributors have accepted. DISH Network was only willing to engage on very non-standard terms to continue distributing the Networks. No other RSN in the country has accepted the terms DISH proposed to us.”

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DISH only carries one regional sports network, NESN, which broadcasts games from Boston teams including the Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox.

“The current RSN model is fundamentally broken,” DISH group president Brian Neylon said in a press release. “This model requires nearly all customers to pay for RSNs when only a small percentage of customers actually watch them.”

The press release called the RSN model root sports montana state and “antiquated” in an era when so many people are choosing a la carte viewing options, such as Netflix and other premium streaming services. Neylon said DISH wants to offer RSNs a la carte so that “no customer would be forced to pay for content they don’t watch, and the RSNs would determine the price customers would pay for their channels.”

“DISH made this consumer-friendly proposal to AT&T SportsNet and ROOT Sports, but they refused it,” DISH wrote. “They instead chose to continue demanding rates that are unreasonable to pass on to our customers. DISH remains open to working with the RSNs to offer sports content in a way that provides choice and value to all customers.”

Kasper was in Boise, Idaho, for his daughter’s soccer tournament earlier this month. As he watched her play on Nov. 6, he pulled out his phone and streamed a couple of Big Sky football games: UM at Northern Colorado and MSU at Eastern Washington.

This is the way many people are watching sports or other forms of content, Kasper noted. Traditional TV is increasingly becoming a thing of the past, and that’s not easy for everyone to embrace.

Wallick, 65, said she doesn’t want to go to a bar to watch the Brawl because bar chairs exacerbate her back problems. She wouldn’t want to make the nearly 500-mile drive to attend Saturday’s game at Washington-Grizzly Stadium even if she got tickets. She needed her husband’s help to stream Griz games on ESPN+, a new option made possible by a deal the Big Sky formed with ESPN in June (Kasper said the Big Sky has been “very happy” with the ESPN+ arrangement so far).

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Montanans won’t be able to watch the Brawl on ESPN+ because of blackout restrictions. ROOT and AT&T SportsNet only allow people outside of their regional footprints to stream games on ESPN+.

“The big corporations are taking away our ability to watch our colleges play football,” Wallick said.

Kasper, a Great Falls CMR and UM grad, gets why DISH customers are frustrated but hopes they understand the bigger picture.

“It's not great for the consumer. We totally understand that. We want as many people to be able to enjoy our games as possible,” Kasper said. But “these businesses still need to operate. It's not cheap to produce live sports content.”

Kasper recommends that DISH users who want to watch the Brawl, which was canceled last year because of the pandemic, root sports montana state, try a seven-day free trial of fuboTV, a streaming service that be connected through a computer, mobile device or smart TV. Otherwise, those people will have to find a TV that has Spectrum or DIRECTV.

Because this is the final year of its contract with AT&T/ROOT, the Big Sky will have some ability to prevent issues like this going forward. Kasper said other networks “could be in play to pick up the Montana-Montana State game,” as well as other Big Sky sporting events, after this year.

“We're cognizant of what people are asking for,” Kasper said, “and we’re taking that into account when we look to renegotiate our media rights agreements.”

Email Victor Flores at victor.flores@406mtsports.com and follow him on Twitter at @VictorFlores406

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