13 Dec 2021 | 09:24 | Football
The Bobby Hauck Radio Show returns with a new home in 2021 on the banks of the beautiful Clark Fork River, set to air each week LIVE from FINN Restaurant at Missoula’s DoubleTree Hotel.
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 1, the Coach Hauck Show will air statewide Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. throughout the season, giving fans the chance to catch up on all things Griz football while enjoying views of the river from one of the city’s favorite outdoor dining spots.
Hauck and “Voice of the Griz” Riley Corcoran will recap the previous week’s action and give fans an exclusive preview of the upcoming opponent.
Originating from 98.3 KGVO FM in Missoula, the flagship station on the Grizzly Sports Radio Network, the Coach Hauck Radio Show will be broadcast to every corner of the state on its 15 affiliate stations.
Grizzly football will have a bigger footprint than ever this season with new affiliates in Billings and Butte. In Billings, KBLG ESPN Radio will be the new home of the Griz on both the AM and FM dials across the Magic City. In Butte, KOPR “Copper 94” will broadcast the Grizzlies in the Mining City and its translators in Boulder and Phillipsburg.
Your “Grizzly Gameday” starts two hours before kickoff each Saturday with the official pregame radio show featuring Denny Bedard and Scott Gurnsey who then throw to Corcoran and long-time color commentator Greg Sundberg 30 minutes to kickoff. Bedard and Gurnsey will also wrap up the day’s action with the official post-game show.
Also new in 2021, Griz fans have a better than ever way to stream all of Montana’s radio broadcasts on their mobile device LIVE and FREE of charge with the Varsity Network App, powered by Learfield and Sidearm Sports.
Fans can download the app for iPhone or Android use for instant access to free gameday audio streams and the Coach Hauck Radio Show and receive push notifications to remind them of games starting or upcoming audio broadcasts as well.
The 2021 season marks the sixth season behind the mic for Corcoran. The Billings native was named is a three-time winner of the National Sports Media Association (NSMA) Montana Broadcaster of the Year Award, winning in 2018, 2019, and 2020, and was a finalist for the award in 2015. He has won numerous other broadcasting awards, including “Best Sports Program” in 2012 by the Idaho State Broadcasters Association for his work at 630 The Fan in Boise, “Best Sports Play-by-Play” honors from the ISBA.