Frontier goes 2-0
It was a great, not just a good start for the Frontier Conference as the NAIA football season got underway last Saturday.
Frontier teams went 2-0 in nonconference games in Montana last weekend, as Rocky Mountain College pummeled No. 7 Dickinson State University in Billings and Montana Tech edged Southern Oregon in double overtime in Butte.
The Battlin' Bears showed no signs of slowing down despite losing three-time all-american quarterback Kasey Peters. Rocky thumped the Blue Hawks, a future Frontier Conference rival, 38-3. While RMC made an impressive debut on offense, it was perhaps mor...