The Montana State Bobcats forced a fumble on the Montana Grizzlies first play of the game, and really never looked back after that. The Bobcats scored on their ensuing drive and for the fourth year in a row defeated the Griz, 48-14.

Both the Bobcat offense and defense dominated throughout the game. The Bobcats ran for 382 yards on the day with Logan Jones leading the way with 121 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries. On the day, Montana State racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense.

The Bobcat defense held Montana to only 241 yards and didn't allow them to score in the second half.

Now the Bobcats will have to wait and see what happens on Sunday with the FCS playoff seedings. The Bobcats, who were ranked 8th coming into Saturday's game, now have a good shot at getting a first-round bye in the playoffs.

Montana State finishes the regular season at 9-3 and 6-2 in the Big Sky Conference.