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Bobcats Feel Scare In Greely Helped

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After coasting for so long in conference play, the Bobcats were finally given a scare this past Saturday at Northern Colorado.

Before Northern Colorado, Montana State had not been in a close game late in the 4th quarter since the Stephen F. Austin loss. Running Back Cody Kirk says that's good for team chemistry.
Kirk said, "It's a mentality thing where we know we're going to win, sometimes not how we wanted to, it's great practice it builds the team it builds camaraderie. "

Jamie Marshall Cats Defensive Coordinator said "games like that help you out down the stretch in November playoffs games you get in and win it builds confidence within the team and it helps you in games like this one coming up."   

But some guys would much rather prefer blowouts.

Rob Ash Cats head coach said, "no I didn't like that at all. I would much rather had a one sided game. "

Alex Singleton Cats Junior Linebacker commented "I guess it's never fun to be in a tight game in the fourth quarter it'd be nice to walk thru every game but it's nice to know that we can still play four quarters."

Then there's players like DeNarius McGhee who embrace late game pressure.

McGhee said "You have to love those situations even though you don't getting in to those situations because there has been some execution problems but you have to be resilient."

Denote Flowers, Cats Junior Cornerback said "You want to blow everyone out but our coach says teams are defined on how they respond not things are going well but adversity but we want to limit adversity as much as possible."

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