Well the first radio show is in the books and our first player guest Buck Buchanan candidate Zack Wagenmann did an amazing job just as all the athletes do, the itinerary has the Grizzlies jetting their way to Cheyenne Friday and the 2014 University of Montana gridiron season is not just approaching, it's here.
Time for just a glimpse, a taste if you will, of what you can expect Saturday afternoon.
Being the optimistic guy I am, especially about all things Griz, except for the scholarship level I don't have a huge disparity between the Cowboys and Montana.
Of course Wyoming is an FBS school playing in their home opener which they seldom lose - they have won 10 of their last 11 - and Montana I'm sure is considered the underdog but this isn't Tennessee, Iowa, Oregon or Kansas State, past Griz FBS opponents.
Since 2001, Wyoming has hosted 11 FCS opponents, prevailing over all but Cal Poly in 2012 but the matchups at War Memorial Stadium have been anything but walkovers.
Although they dominated Northern Colorado last season (35-7) and Texas State (45-10) the previous year, the five previous games were settled by a total of 21 points.
In two games against Weber State, Wyoming prevailed by a TD and a field goal.
You can expect new head coach Craig Bohl's inaugural team, especially given some of the coaching staff that accompanied him from North Dakota State, to display the same kind of philosophy that was successful in winning an amazing three consecutive FCS championships.
While their offensive line has a single senior and starts two underclassmen, they average just a pound south of 300 and have accompanying stature.
And if you watched NDSU's dominance of Furman in the trenches in the chipper last year, well these guys look like cookie cutters of that group.
The Cowboys will lead on the ground with fullback Drew Van Maanen paving the way for junior running back Shawn Wick who posted a quartet of 100-yard games last year while rushing for 979 yards.
Redshirt senior Colby Kirkegaard starts just his second career game at quarterback and will have senior receivers in Jalen Claiborne and Dominic Rufran, who is on the Fred Biletnikoff watch list as one of the nation's most threatening receivers.
But there's a reason eight of the top 12 players listed in their press info are on defense.
Check out that side of the ball in Friday's edition.