The Montana State Bobcats found their offense on Military Appreciation Day. After an uninspiring performance last week at South Dakota State, the Bobcats rolled up more than 550 total yards to defeat the Wagner College Seahawks 47-24 in Bozeman.

Tucker Rovig led the Bobcats at quarterback by throwing for 310 yards and tow touchdowns. Isaiah Ifanse ran for 146 yards and a TD, Troy Anderson who started as the Bobcat quarterback in the first game of the season ran for 64 yards on only 3 carries. He scored on a 57 yard TD run in the 4th quarter.

Bobcats start Big Sky Conference play next Saturday with a  2-1 record at Portland State.