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  1. Montana sophomore forward Jake Wiley leaves program

    Oct 13, 2013, 9:45 PM EDT

    Montana v Syracuse

    Montana’s front court stable took a hit on Sunday afternoon, as it was announced that 6-foot-6 sophomore forward Jake Wiley has decided to leave the program. Wiley, a native of Newport, Wash., played 20 games as a freshman (3.0 mpg) and posted averages of 0.9 points and 0.6 rebounds per game. “Jake has decided not…

  2. Michigan State AD Mark Hollis hoping to honor Jud Heathcoate with four-team event

    May 3, 2013, 7:38 PM EDT

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    Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis and head coach Tom Izzo have come up with some interesting ideas when it comes to the Spartans’ non-conference schedule over the years. Michigan State has taken on many high-profile challenges and played in some interesting environments, such as their game on an aircraft carrier against North Carolina two…

  3. Montana forward Mathias Ward done for year after undergoing foot surgery

    Mar 7, 2013, 5:00 PM EDT

    Mathias Ward, Paul Egwuonwu

    Wayne Tinkle’s Montana Grizzlies have managed to hang onto sole possession of first place in the Big Sky despite late-season injuries to seniors Will Cherry and Mathias Ward. And if the Grizzlies are to win the Big Sky tournament next week they’ll have to do so without their best front court player, as Ward underwent…

  4. Montana guard Kevin Henderson suspended after being charged with DUI

    Feb 5, 2013, 4:30 PM EDT

    Kevin Henderson Montana

    Sophomore Kevin Henderson has been suspended from the Montana men’s basketball team after being charged with DUI Sunday, the Associated Press is reporting. According to the report, Henderson was pulled over by campus police Sunday and found to have a blood-alcohol level of greater than 0.02, which is the legal limit for persons under the…

  5. What’s a ‘money game’ and how is Montana taking advantage?

    May 30, 2012, 11:11 AM EDT

    WayneTinkleMontana

    With small budgets at the low-major levels of Division I basketball, teams many times take advantage of “money games,” or games in which small-conference schools travel to the home arenas of high-major teams for early season matchups, in exchange for cash. These are mutually beneficial. Though we might see a 100-52 blowout, the high-major gets…

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