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Bobcats throttle San Diego in Bozeman

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Last updated 9/20/2021 at 7:55am

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Northern's Johkyreian Shealey covers a University of Montana Western reciever at Vigilante Field Saturday. Several mistakes in the first quarter put the Lights in a hole that eventually lead to their 42-28 loss to the Bulldogs.

BOZEMAN - Montana State took the lead on the opening drive of the game and controlled its entire contest against San Diego as the No. 11 Bobcats rolled to a 52-10 non-conference football win over the Toreros Saturday in front of 19,107 fans at Bobcat Stadium.

MSU's first three offensive drives led to touchdowns. A 7-yard TD pass from Matthew McKay to Derryk Snell opened the scoring, McKay's 65-yard connection with Elijah Elliott broke the game open, and Isaiah Ifanse's 9-yard burst behind his offensive line put the Cats ahead for good as they jumped out to a 21-0 advantage by the end of...

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