The Montana State Bobcats dominated in just about every facet of Saturday's game against Southern Utah, beating the Thunderbirds 42-7.

Scoring 21 points in the first quarter, the Bobcats never looked back. Quarterback Tucker Rovig passed for 197 yards on 13-23 passing with two touchdowns and zero interceptions. On defense, Troy Anderson led the way with eight tackles, two sacks, and an interception.

The Bobcats finished the day with 382 total yards. On defense, Montana State allowed 249 total yards with most of those coming after the outcome of the game had already been decided. The Bobcats sacked the Thunderbirds five times.

The Bobcats are on the road for the next two weeks, traveling to Northern Colorado and UC Davis. Montana State will be home after that to host cross-state rival Montana in the Brawl of the Wild on November 23rd.