The Montana Grizzlies are waking up this morning with confidence after beating Mississippi Valley State 67-7. While this outcome was to be expected, you have to give the team credit for coming out and executing. Quarterback Brady Gustafson had four passing touchdowns and at one time completed 17 straight passes, and Jeremy Calhoun and Keenan Curran had two scores a piece. It was the defense that made the biggest plays of the day - including Connor Strahm taking back a 78-yard interception to the house. The Griz forced five turnovers during the game, and overall, gave up negative 61 yards rushing to the Delta Devils.
"Not minus 61, and that was pretty impressive, and our kids really played well against the run and just pressuring the quarterback," said Griz Head Coach Bob Stitt. "I would not have liked to have been the quarterback on Saturday, both those guys got banged around pretty good."