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Cat-Griz Notebook: New heroes in a great rivalry

Cat-Griz Game Day Notebook


November 19, 2018

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana quarterback Dalton Sneed looks down field during Saturday's 118th Brawl of the Wild in Missoula. Sneed and MSU quarterback Troy Andersen both put on an incredible show in front of the largest crowd to ever watch a sporting event in Montana.

MISSOULA - What a difference a year makes.

When Montana State beat Montana in the 117th Brawl of the Wild last November in Bozeman, Troy Andersen was playing running back and linebacker, and Dalton Sneed was playing for a junior college in Kansas.

Fast forward one year, and the duo of quarterbacks carried the balance of Brawl of the Wild Supremacy squarely on their shoulders.

In MSU's thrilling 29-25 win over the Grizzlies inside sold-out Washington-Grizzly Stadium, Andersen, who converted to quarterback after Chris Murray, who had led the Cats to two straight wins in the Brawl, was rule...

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