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Griz to Rest Over Thanksgiving Weekend Thanks to Bye

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The Montana Grizzlies have a bye week to thank for being able to rest over Thanksgiving weekend.

The 4th ranked Griz received the 8th seed into the 2013 FCS Playoffs, meaning they won't have to play the first weekend while 16 of the 24 teams who made the field are battling it out.

The week off is very welcome news for Montana. The Griz haven't had a bye week since the first Saturday of September and are hoping the rest will help to heal up some aches and pains that have accumulated since the start of the season.

"Sleeping at night has been tough for me, not being the biggest, my body has been hurting," says Senior Wide Receiver Cam Warren. "I'm going to take every advantage, get into the training room, get in the weight room and get some lifts in. But just take my mind off things and kind of rest. We don't know who we will play, so just get better in practice and work in the weight room and definitely get in that training room and try to rest up our bodies."

Montana will play the winner of the Bethune-Cookman/Coastal Carolina game on December 7th in Missoula. Kickoff is slated for Noon at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The game is scheduled to be aired on ESPN3.  

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