Cats, Griz both dominate
MISSOULA (AP) — Nothing has come easy for Montana this season. But on Saturday, the Grizzlies made it look simple, handing Idaho State a 70-24 beating.
"We've had some tough (times), lost some tough football games decided in the last quarter, the last couple minutes," said Montana coach Mick Delaney. "But our young guys are learning faster and faster because they see how hard the veterans work."
Montana (4-5, 2-4 Big Sky), which hasn't had a losing season since 1985, entered the game having dropped four of its past five games and with only one win in conference play. Saturday's contest,...
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