(Editor's note: University of Montana media release)
MISSOULA -- The 2020-21 basketball season tips off this week, with Montana traveling to USC on Saturday afternoon.
While Montana will begin the season with no fans in attendance – as will most programs around the country – Griz fans still have plenty of opportunities to follow their favorite team in action.
All four of Montana’s non-conference games will be broadcast to a national audience, starting with Saturday’s tilt at USC on the Pac-12 Network. Montana’s trips to Washington (Dec. 16) and Arizona (Dec. 22) will also be on the Pac-12 Network, while its game Dec. 8 at Georgia can be seen on the SEC Network. Those with subscription access to those networks can also stream the games online.
All 20 Big Sky Conference games will be broadcast worldwide on Pluto TV. New this year, Montana’s home games will be broadcast on channel 1006.
In addition to television and streaming platforms, every Montana game this season can be heard over the airwaves on the Grizzly Sports Network. In Missoula, Montana fans can hear Riley Corcoran’s calls on KGVO (98.3 FM/1290 AM). Those who are not in the Missoula or Montana footprint can still listen to the radio broadcast wherever they are in the world through TuneIn.
For up-to-date information regarding Montana’s schedule, tip times and TV broadcasts, check the schedule page on GoGriz.com. Several tip times have recently been added, as has a date change, with Montana now hosting Northern Colorado on Saturday, Jan. 2 and Monday, Jan. 4.