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Cats, Griz roll in second half of night games

Cat-Griz Report


September 9, 2019

406 Sports

Montana State's Troy Andersen runs with the ball during Saturday night's Gold Rush Game in Bozeman. The Bobcats thumped Southeast Missouri State in front of a sold-out Bobcat Stadium. Up the road in Missoula, the Montana Grizzlies did much the same to North Alabama in their home-opener under the lights of Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

The third quarter proved to be the magical moment in home-opening night games for both the Montana State Bobcats and Montana Grizzlies.

Saturday night in Bozeman, the No. 13 Bobcats Gold Rushed the No. 12 Southeast Missouri State Redhawks with an explosive third quarter on offense in a 38-17 win at sold-out Bobcat Stadium.

The game was tied 10-10 at halftime, but sparked by Troy Andersen and a bevy of other runners, the 13th-ranked Bobcats gave No. 12 SEMO no chance in front of a yellow-clad, sellout crowd of 19,497. Taking the opening kickoff in the third quarter, MSU (1-1) marched down...

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