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Cats Look Forward to Griz After Escaping Southern Utah in OT

The MSU Bobcats didn't play Saturday night but they did on Thursday night against Southern Utah (1-25,017) in a game MSU desperately needed to win, especially with a three game road trip starting next week to end the season.

As far as that game against Southern Utah, the Cats found a way to win that game and are now ready for the Griz on Monday.

Flavien Davis, Cats senior forward, said, "I just hope he didn't hit because if we lose that's embarrassing. That's really all that went through my mind. And once it went into OT I kind of knew we had the advantage."

In Overtime, Stephen Holm's 3 put the cats up for good. Coach Huse said that shot was big time.

Tie game.......4 seconds left, and Southern Utah has the ball. Trey Kennedy would have won the game with that 3. He missed.

MSU head coach Brad Huse said,"that was huge because it got us that lead I though Steph's 3's were all timely tonight. It got us that lead in the 2nd half and when they went zone  we were able to find him there for some looks."

It was also senior night. Coach Huse was glad to send the seniors out the right way.

"Those guys out there they wanted that. They all have family here so it was important to get that win."

"For the senior playing in front of our family and the crowd for the last time and having that special moment in the brick for the last time it was big for us."

MSU has 3 road games left. Starting with Montana on Monday. Davis is ready for the Adams Center.

"I can say it will be on a whole other level than it was here. They have a great support cast and it's going to be loud the odds are against us.

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