Six different players score touchdowns as the offense racks up 465 yards on a beautiful night in WGS
Former Griz QBs Dickenson and Edwards to speak, 2013 team captains to be announced
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Final scrimmage slated for Friday, April 19; former Griz QBs Dickenson and Edwards will be on hand
Kickers Chris Lider and Harrison Greenberg end practice by nailing eight field goals in a row
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Mick Delaney is in his third season as the head coach at The University of Montana.
He finished his second season, in 2013, with an overall record of 10-3 overall and 6-2 in the Big Sky Conference (third). His two-year record is 15-9 overall as the Grizzlies' mentor.
He has been coaching at Montana the past six seasons. Prior to assuming the head coaching position he served as UM's associate head coach and oversaw the running backs from 2008-11.
Delaney coached Peter Nguyen, who finished his career in 2012 ranked sixth in school history with 1,985 career rushing yards from 2009-11. He was also instrumental in the development of running back Chase Reynolds, who rushed for 4,067 yards and a school-record 52 touchdowns from 2008-10.
A veteran mentor, Delaney began his coaching career in 1964. The 2013 season was his 29th year of coaching football at the collegiate level.
Originally from Butte, he came to Montana from Colorado State where he was an assistant coach for former head coach Sonny Lubick for 15 seasons from 1993-2007. He was an assistant coach on Lubick's staff at Montana State from 1977-80.
Former (2003-09) Griz head coach Bobby Hauck hired Delaney in 2008, while former (2010-111) UM mentor Robin Pflugrad retained him as he was the lone holdover from Hauck's staff.
While at CSU, Delaney coached some of the finest running backs in school history, including five first-team all-conference selections such as Cecil Sapp (2000). Sapp was a finalist for the Doak Walker Award as the nation's most outstanding running back and set a school rushing record with 1,601 yards in 2002. Sapp went on to play with the Denver Broncos.
Prior to coaching the Rams, Delaney was the head football coach and athletic director at Western Montana, Dillon, in 1991 and 1992. He served as the athletic director at Montana Tech in Butte from 1983-85.
Delaney began his coaching career at Butte Central High School (1964-67) as head wrestling coach and assistant football coach. He also taught English at Central.
Delaney was an assistant football coach under former UM head coach Jack Swarthout from 1978-68. He was the head wrestling coach at Montana at that time as well.
He then moved on to Great Falls High School (1969-77) where he taught English and was an assistant and football coach (1974-77) and also served as the head wrestling coach. He was also an assistant track and field coach.
He earned his B.A. in education at UM-Western (Western Montana College) in 1964. He is an inaugural inductee into the Western Montana College Sports Hall of Fame and was honored by the Montana Coaches Association in 1972 as the Wrestling Coach of the Year. In 1974 he was named the Football Coach of the Year by that organization. He also belonged to many associations during his athletic career including the Montana Coaches Association from 1968-present.
Mick and his wife Cheri have three children, son Mike, daughters Shauna Basile and Melissa Ossello, and nine grandchildren. His grandson, Mick, is a redshirt safety this season at UM.
COACH DELANEY COLLEGE COACHING TIME LINE
Head Coach at Montana: 2012: 5-6
2-Years Head Coach at UM-Western: 5-11-1
4-Year Career Totals: 20-20-1.
Coach Mick Delaney College Coaching Time Line
2012-present: Montana Head Coach.
2008-11: The University of Montana, Associate Head Coach & Running Backs.
1993-2007: Colorado State, Running Backs.
1991-92: UM-Western, Head Coach:
1978-81: Montana State University, Assistant Football Coach.
1968-69: The University of Montana, Head Wrestling Coach & Assistant Football Coach.
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