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Cat-Griz Report: Bobcats can't hold off Big Sky power Weber State


October 22, 2018

Montana State Athletics

Montana State quarterback Troy Andersen runs past the Weber State defense during Saturday's Big Sky Conference game in Ogden, Utah. The Bobcats led at halftime but ended up falling to the Wildcats 34-24.

OGDEN, Utah - Montana State held a lead through 30 minutes, but Weber State scored 17 consecutive points during the second half to pick up a 34-24 Big Sky Conference football victory over the Bobcats on Saturday at Stewart Stadium.

The first half was defense-oriented, with the teams combining for just 217 yards and 11 first downs.

Montana State's Troy Andersen landed the stanza's first big play, a career-long 71-yard touchdown dash that gave MSU a 17-7 lead with 6:43 remaining before halftime. That touchdown, and the 73-yard Weber State drive just before the intermission, were the only t...

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