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U of Montana Football Games

2014 Football Schedule

University of Montana football games attract many fans and spectators.  Starting with the next game, all of their games for the rest of this season will be televised. However, there is nothing like being there in person to witness the action and excitement.  Get your Griz Football Tickets soon!

There are 6 home games during this 2014 Football Season Schedule:

  • September 6 vs. Central Washington
  • September 13 vs. South Dakota
  • September 27 vs. Northern Colorado
  • October 18 vs. U of California-Davis
  • November 1 vs. Sacramento State
  • November 22 vs. Montana State

It all builds up until the final game against their archrival Montana State.  Whether you are University of Montana fan (or a fan of one of the competing college football teams the Grizzlies play against this season) visitors are in for a real treat when they attend a live, heart-pounding, and thrilling football game along with the cheering crowd at the University of Montana in Missoula.

It just so happens that Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is located in Missoula, Montana.  We have breathtaking views of mountains as well as the Bitterroot River.  Our peaceful property is just steps away from the historic Lewis and Clark trail.

We are far out enough to enjoy the calm and quiet of the nature outside our beautiful bed and breakfast, but conveniently close to the University of Montana. Guests will enjoy a complimentary full (and delicious) breakfast.  A recent comment on Trip Advisor said that, “Brady sure knows how to cook!”

Innkeepers Brady and Elaine love extending their friendly hospitality to their guests.  In fact, Elaine and Brady cannot imagine missing out on the joy of entertaining guests. They wish everyone could visit them–just not all at the same time!  They are dedicated to giving their guests the best bed and breakfast experience possible.

Follow Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast on Twitter and like them on Facebook! They even have a Pinterest board courtesy Bed and Breakfast Blogging. Brady and Elaine look forward to their guests coming to stay at Blue Mountain and hope guests will also enjoy one of the Grizzlie football games this fall season!  No matter who any of us roots for, we can all shout, “GO TEAM!”

Visit Montana Video

Visit Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast in Missoula, Montana.  This You Tube video, produced by Visit Montana, shows our majestic mountains from awesome aerial views.

We have freshwater lakes and creeks to go fly fishing as well as mountain peaks to climb.  Ride down the river by river boat paddling.

Like horses?  We have lots of horses to ride or to watch being tamed in Montana. Our wildlife is incredible.  It is common to see moose in the river.  Owls, eagles, and other birds fly in the Big Sky.

Our snow is perfect for buffaloes to roam as well as for snow skiing escapades and cross country skiing adventures.  We are home to the University of Montana.  Go Grizzlies!

Ride a motorcycle on our open roads.  See the beautiful way Native American tribes dress and even attend powwows in our area.

We have beautiful clear water.  Our animals “range” from deerdonkeysrams, bears, squirrels, and more.

Experience the beauty of a walking tour or travel via a tour car.  Montana is one of the most beautiful states to live in.

Whatever you decide to do here in Montana, we hope you stay with us at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast.  We have three lovely rooms and two special suites to choose from.  Read all about the Blue Mountain Experience.

Savor our bountiful breakfasts with the option for us to serve dinner to four or more guests.  Brady and Elaine are wonderful hosts.  They also host special events such as weddings, anniversary celebrations, and family reunions.  Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast has earned several accreditations.

We offer directions to get to our Missoula, Montana location.  Please check out our area links and area events to get a better understanding of all that is available in our fantastic community.  We also have onsite leisure and activities to experience.  Escape today to stay at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast.  We have gorgeous mountain views and scenic Bitterroot river perspectives.

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging

UMT Homecoming

Homecoming is an annual event cherished by many. It’s a time for friends to reconnect after a separation of one year, ten years, or fifty years. It’s a time to laugh over memories and the follies of youth, and to create new memories together.

Homecoming at UMT!

Homecoming 2010 for the University of Montana at Missoula is September 19 – 25. We still have a few openings at our Missoula bed and breakfast, and we gladly welcome Grizzlies.

Festivities start at the Southgate Mall Clock Court on Saturday the 19th at 1pm, where Grizzlies can dance to a live broadcast of the old favorite, Missoula’s 102.5 Mountain FM. Throughout the week there are a number of gatherings where recent grads may reconnect (recent being if you graduated in the last ten years). If you haven’t been to campus for a while, take a tour and visit new buildings and old departments. Visit your favorite faculty. Stop by the Art Fair to see what today’s students are creating, and help decorate the Hello Walk.

Friday Evening there will be an Awards Ceremony to recognize the many outstanding accomplishments of past Grizzlies, and a banquet for international alumni. Then get ready to cheer the football team to a victory during the Yell Night Pep Rally. You won’t want to miss the lighting of the “M” and the fireworks, or the dance that follows.

Start Saturday morning right with a tasty, home-cooked meal at our bed and breakfast Missoula. After you digest, participate in the Homecoming Hustle 5K race or sit back and watch the UM Homecoming Parade. Cheer the Grizzlies as they take on Sacramento State on Saturday afternoon, either in the stadium, outside the stadium, or in the comfort of our inn. Then dance the night away again at the Fall Ball, at 9pm.

We always welcome Grizzlies, and we always enjoy Homecoming week. Go Grizzlies!

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