A group of Grizzly football boosters met with University of Montana President Royce Engstrom on Tuesday, who told them he would not petition the NCAA to reconsider its sanctions against the football program.
In December of 2013, a group of Montana Grizzly football boosters sent a letter to University of Montana President Royce Engstrom asking him to seek review of NCAA sanctions imposed on the football program.
The 2013 Montana Grizzly football season may have ended in disappointing fashion, but one after another, speakers at the Sunday December 8th football awards banquet encouraged players, parents and fans to consider how remarkable a season it was.
After a long, hot summer, and an NCAA report in the rear-view mirror, the University of Montana football team prepares for the 2013 season, as players report on Sunday, with the first practice on Tuesday, August 6.
The NCAA report involving the Montana Grizzly football program was released on Friday. University of Montana President Royce Engstrom said the university's self-imposed sanctions were instrumental in the NCAA's findings, and that the university sought legal experts to help in that effort.
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