The Cats started out pretty darn good!  Hopefully, they can turn things around.

OGDEN, UT. - Weber State extended Montana State's offensive struggles and road woes, beating the Bobcats 78-58 in Ogden on Saturday.

The Wildcats shot 63% (12-19) from three-point range, and 54% from the field (28-50), grabbing a double-digit lead they never relinquished midway through the first half. MSU shot 36% from the floor, 28% from three-point range.

Seniors Erik Rush (15 points) and Bobby Howard (13 points) led the Bobcats, who out-rebounded WSU 31-to-29. Each team turned the ball over only eight times. Scott Bamforth led three Wildcats in double-digits. Lindsey Hughey registered seven assists for WSU.

The win dropped Montana State to 11-12 on the season, 5-6 in Big Sky play. Weber raises its record to 12-9 overall, 6-4 in the league.

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