It's Montana Versus James Madison In National Title Game At Finley Stadium

Saturday, December 11, 2004
Quarterback Craig Ochs has led Montana to six straight wins.
Quarterback Craig Ochs has led Montana to six straight wins.
- photo by Montana University

It's Montana versus James Madison in next Friday's national NCAA 1-A title game at Finley Stadium.

Montana will be making their fifth national championship appearance after knocking off Sam Houston State 34-13 at home on Saturday afternoon.

James Madison defeated William & Mary 48-24 on Friday night to advance for the first time ever.

The 8 p.m. game will be nationally televised on ESPN2.

Montana drew over 23,000 fans for their game Saturday. Craig Ochs threw for 204 yards and three touchdowns to lead Montana to the win at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.

The Grizzlies won national championships in 1995 and 2001.

The teams are set to arrive in Chattanooga on Tuesday.

James Madison officials said 500 tickets have been reserved for JMU students and are available on a first come basis. James Madison University is located in Harrisonburg, Va.

JMU will receive an initial ticket allotment of 3,760.

Carlson Wagonlit Travel has arranged four package options for JMU fans to Chattanooga for $535 per person.

On Friday, the James Madison Dukes jumped to a 21-0 lead after less than 11 minutes, fell behind early in the second half, and then controlled play the rest of the way in posting its 12th victory of the season and third-straight postseason road win.

JMU scored 27 straight points to lead 48-26 after falling behind and became the first team to win three straight road games in Division I-AA post-season.

The Dukes needed only two plays to regain the lead after William & Mary moved in front by scoring on the opening series of the second half, the fifth straight possession during which the Tribe posted points.

Sophomore tailback Maurice Fenner (Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside) ran for 29 yards on JMU’s next play, and sophomore quarterback Justin Rascati (Gainesville, Fla./Buchholz) hit sophomore wide receiver D.D. Boxley (King George, Va./King George) with a 34-yard touchdown pass on the following play.

A fumble recovery by junior safety Bruce Johnson (Lithonia, Ga./Lakeside) gave the JMU the ball back with 9:33 left in the third quarter, and the Dukes went 48 yards in 11 plays with senior fullback Chris Iorio (Leetsdale, Pa./Quaker Valley) scoring on a four-yard run for a 34-26 JMU lead with 4:24 left in the third period.

William & Mary fumbled again on its next play with junior tackle Demetrius Shambley (Norfolk, Va./Norview) recovering at the Tribe 18. The Dukes scored in three plays with Rascati hitting red-shirt freshman Antoinne Bolton (Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes) with a 13-yard touchdown pass for a 41-26 lead at the 2:45 mark of the third quarter.

JMU held William & Mary to a three-plays-and-punt series – its first of the game – on the next possession and drove 58 yards in 15 plays to raise the margin to 48-26 with 8:01 left in the game. Sophomore tailback Alvin Banks’ (Hampton, Va./Hampton) one-yard run capped the drive that consumed 8:36 of clock time.

Rascati hit on 11 of 14 passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns, and Fenner ran 22 times for 117 yards, including 106 yards during the final half.

JMU had 350 total and took advantage of five William & Mary turnovers.

JMU scored on the game’s first series, driving 73 yards in six plays with junior tailback Raymond Hines (Hyattsville, Md./High Point) covering the final 27 yards.

The Dukes increased the lead to 14-0 after recovering a fumbled punt at the end of their second series. Junior defensive end Isai Bradshaw (Cambridge, Mass./Cambridge Rindge & Latin) recovered the William & Mary fumble at the 25, and JMU scored in three plays. Justin Rascati hit junior tight end Casime Harris (Wilmington, Del./Thomas McKean) on a 19-yard touchdown pass to cap the drive with 6:08 left in the opening period.

The Dukes’ lead went to 21-0 on the ensuing William & Mary possession when junior cornerback Clint Kent (Macon, Ga./Westside) intercepted a Lang Campbell pass and returned it 69 yards for a touchdown at the 4:02 mark of the opening period.

William & Mary got its first points with 13:38 left in the second quarter on a 27-yard Greg Kuehn field goal, capping a 13-play, 65-yard drive.

The Tribe scored again on its next series to pull to within 21-10 with 6:20 left in the half. William & Mary went 68 yards in 10 plays with Campbell scoring from the two.

The Tribe scored for the third straight series after forcing a JMU punt to get to within 21-17 with 2:14 left in the half. Campbell hit Joe Nicolas with nine-yard touchdown pass to cap the seven-play, 60-yard march.

William & Mary scored for the fourth straight possession and got to within 21-20 when Kuehn kicked a 42-yard field goal as the first-half clock expired. The Tribe moved 34 yards in 40 seconds after a JMU punt and was aided by a 15-yard penalty on JMU for interfering with the reception of the punt.

William & Mary went in front 26-21 on its initial possession of the second half, driving 73 yards in seven plays with Campbell hitting Dominique Thompson with on a seven-yard touchdown pass with 11:37 left in the third quarter. The Tribe failed on a two-point conversion attempt.

James Madison

Alphabetical Roster


No. Name Elig. Position Ht. Wt. Hometown High School

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38 Adams, Nick r-Fr. FS 5'10" 185 Virginia Beach, Va. Floyd Kellam
92 Bache, Ryan Sr. DE 6'2" 275 Culpeper, Va. Culpeper/Fork Union
15 Baker, L. C. Fr. WR 5'7" 150 Richmond, Va. Armstrong
1 Banks, Alvin r-So. TB 5'10" 220 Hampton, Va. Hampton
68 Beach, Brandon r-Sr. DT 6'1" 280 Newport News, Va. Denbigh
28 Bolton, Antoinne r-Fr. TB 5'7" 160 Virginia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes
82 Boxley, D.D. r-So. WR 5'9" 175 King George, Va. King George
20 Bradley, Rondell r-Sr. SS 6'1" 210 Levittown, Pa. Harry S. Truman
40 Bradshaw, Isai Jr. LB 6'2" 230 Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Rindge & Latin/Bridgton (Maine)
23 Bransford, Ardon So. TB 5'10" 185 Harrisburg, Pa. Central Dauphin
52 Braswell, Anderson r-Jr. OC 6'1" 270 Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville
50 Brown, Marvin r-Fr. DE 6'2" 260 Chesapeake, Va. Hickory
43 Brown, Michael r-Fr. LB 6'3" 225 Lake Park, Fla. Palm Beach Gardens/Va. Tech
67 Brown, Ryan So. OG 6'3" 260 Paintsville, Ky. Paintsville
9 Bryant, Shawn r-Jr. DE 6'3" 225 Riverdale, Ga. Riverdale/Fork Union (Va.)
63 Burns, George r-Sr. OG 6'2" 300 Charles Town, W.Va. Jefferson County
18 Catterton, Robbie So. S 6'2" 200 Virginia Beach, Va. Floyd Kellam/Virginia
90 Cobbs, Frank r-Jr. DT 6'1" 250 New River, Va. Pulaski County
26 Connaghan, Sean Sr. TE 6'3" 240 Elysburg, Pa. Southern Columbia Area
61 Crowder, Jamaal r-Sr. OT 6'3" 300 Temple Hills, Md. Bishop McNamara
73 Crumlin, Ben Fr. OL 6'6" 340 Upper Marlboro, Md. Largo
65 Davis, Corey So. OT 6'4" 340 Hampton, Va. Kecoughtan
79 Deeds, John Michael r-Jr. OT 6'5" 265 Roanoke, Va. Cave Spring
33 Dottin-Carter, Isaiah So. SS 6'2" 205 Somerville, Mass. Cambridge Rindge & Latin/Bridgton (Maine)
69 Dunn, Harry r-Jr. OT 6'7" 325 Clinton, Md. Surrattsville
98 Ellington, Sudan r-Jr. DT 6'3" 265 Chesapeake, Va. Princess Anne
14 Englehart, Nick Jr. P 6'0" 200 Bethesda, Md. Walter Johnson
97 Evans, Sid r-Sr. DE 6'1" 260 Manassas, Va. Osbourn Park
32 Fenner, Maurice r-So. TB 6'1" 220 Virginia Beach, Va. Bayside
83 Ford, Adam r-Fr. WR 5'9" 180 Lizella, Ga. Macon Central
44 Harris, Casime r-Jr. TE 6'3" 250 Wilmington, Del. Thomas McKean
59 Haymore, Josh Sr. LS 6'0" 245 Vinton, Va. Staunton River
34 Haywood, Marcus Fr. DB 6'0" 185 Williamsburg, Va. Bruton
7 Hinds, Tahir r-Jr. WR 6'3" 205 Freeport, N.Y. Freeport/Bridgton (Maine)
24 Hines, Raymond r-Jr. TB 5'9" 175 Hyattsville, Md. High Point
95 Holston, Ryan Fr. TE/DE 6'4" 245 Richmond, Va. Monacan
46 Horn, Ryan r-Fr. FB 6'0" 250 Inwood, W.Va. Musselman
29 Ingraldi, David r-Fr. CB 5'11" 175 Clifton, N.J. Kent School (Conn.)
37 Iorio, Chris r-Sr. FB 6'1" 250 Leetsdale, Pa. Quaker Valley
71 Jenkins, Mike r-Sr. OG 6'5" 290 Westminster, Md. South Carroll/Kent State
22 Johnson, Bruce r-Jr. WS 5'8" 195 Lithonia, Ga. Lakeside
56 Johnson, Shelton Fr. LB 6'2" 215 Norfolk, Va. Granby
35 Jordan, Akeem So. LB 6'0" 220 Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg
51 Kahle, Jacob Fr. FS 6'0" 205 Norfolk, Va. Granby
41 Kent, Clint Jr. CB 5'8" 185 Macon, Ga. Westside
91 Kern, Andrew r-Jr. WR 5'11" 200 Hanover, Pa. Southwestern
27 Kibler, Tim r-So. DE 5'10" 225 Stanardsville, Va. William Monroe
36 Kluesner, Joe r-Fr. PK 5'11" 185 Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg
12 Landers, Rodney Fr. QB 6'1" 205 Virginia Beach, Va. Tallwood
62 Lemn, Scott Fr. OG 6'2" 270 Virginia Beach, Va. Kempsville/Navy Prep
16 LeZotte, Matt r-Sr. QB 6'1" 210 Augusta, Ga. Westside
21 LeZotte, Tony r-Fr. FS 6'0" 175 Augusta, Ga. Westside
53 Magerko, Matt r-Jr. OC 6'0" 285 Farnham, Va. Northumberland
84 Manley, Dexter Fr. WR 6'3" 185 Chesapeake, Va. Oscar Smith
64 Martin, Franklin Fr. DL 6'4" 330 Martinsville, Va. Martinsville
57 Mathias, Justin r-Jr. OG 5'11" 250 Bealeton, Va. Liberty
55 McArdle, Frank r-Sr. LS 6'0" 245 Philadelphia, Pa. Archbishop Ryan
8 McCarter, Rodney Sr. WS 5'10" 190 Philadelphia, Pa. Bok Tech
48 McSherry, Craig r-So. P 6'3" 205 Charlottesville, Va. Albemarle
74 Michael, Andrew Fr. OG 6'3" 270 Gaithersburg, Md. Gaithersburg/Bridgton (Maine)
58 Miller, Bryce Fr. OC 6'1" 260 Burke, Va. Robinson
31 Mizelle, Leon r-Jr. CB 5'10" 175 Hampton, Va. Phoebus
25 Mosby, Mike r-Fr. WR 6'4" 205 Mount Holly, N.J. Holy Cross/ Hargrave Mil. (Va.)
81 Nowell, William Fr. WR 6'3" 205 Fredericksburg, Va. Massaponax
54 O'Connor, Tom r-Jr. LB 6'0" 230 Medford, N.J. Shawnee
39 Patrick, Will r-So. DE 6'0" 230 Louisa, Va. Louisa
42 Rabil, David So. PK 6'1" 160 Franklin, Va. Franklin
11 Rascati, Justin r-So. QB 6'2" 220 Gainesville, Fla. Buchholz/Louisville
10 Ridley, Tom r-Sr. TE 6'4" 245 Vienna, Va. Oakton
94 Shambley, Demetrius r-Jr. DT 6'4" 295 Norfolk, Va. Norview
3 Sharpe, Khary r-Sr. WR 5'11" 175 Vorhees, N.J. Eastern/Duke
47 Shuler, Andre Fr. LB 5'11" 225 Hampton, Va. Hampton
49 Smith, Bryan r-Sr. PK 5'11" 160 Hampton, Va. Hampton/Virginia
76 Steinfeld, Leon r-Sr. OC 6'1" 295 New Orleans, La. Edna Karr
70 Suppon, Chuck r-So. DT 6'4" 290 Shavertown, Pa. Dallas
5 Thompson, Cortez Sr. CB 5'9" 175 Fredericksburg, Va. Courtland
2 Tolley, Nic r-Jr. WR 6'2" 190 Virginia Beach, Va. Kempsville
6 Townsend, Trey r-Sr. LB 6'1" 220 Victoria, Va. Central-Lunenburg
86 Vaccarino, Brian r-So. WR 5'8" 180 Centreville, Va. Westfield
13 Walton, Kwynn Sr. LB 6'0" 220 Rochester, N.Y. Aquinas/Bridgton (Maine)
93 Wantuck, Paul Jr. PK 5'9" 185 Manassas, Va. Osbourn Park
30 Wilkerson, Mike Sr. WS 6'0" 190 Chesapeake, Va. Great Bridge
45 Winston, Kevin r-So. DE 6'3" 225 Beltsville, Md. High Point
19 Wyatt, Stephen Jr. WR 5'9" 185 Hampton, Va. Hampton
99 Zehr, Kyle Fr. PK 6'0" 190 Ridgeway, Va. Magna Vista
75 Zielinski, Jake Fr. OT 6'6" 260 Haddon Heights, N.J. Haddon Heights

Numerical Roster


No. Name Elig. Position Ht. Wt. Hometown High School

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1 Banks, Alvin r-So. TB 5'10" 220 Hampton, Va. Hampton
2 Tolley, Nic r-Jr. WR 6'2" 190 Virginia Beach, Va. Kempsville
3 Sharpe, Khary r-Sr. WR 5'11" 175 Vorhees, N.J. Eastern/Duke
5 Thompson, Cortez Sr. CB 5'9" 175 Fredericksburg, Va. Courtland
6 Townsend, Trey r-Sr. LB 6'1" 220 Victoria, Va. Central-Lunenburg
7 Hinds, Tahir r-Jr. WR 6'3" 205 Freeport, N.Y. Freeport/Bridgton (Maine)
8 McCarter, Rodney Sr. WS 5'10" 190 Philadelphia, Pa. Bok Tech
9 Bryant, Shawn r-Jr. DE 6'3" 225 Riverdale, Ga. Riverdale/Fork Union (Va.)
10 Ridley, Tom r-Sr. TE 6'4" 245 Vienna, Va. Oakton
11 Rascati, Justin r-So. QB 6'2" 220 Gainesville, Fla. Buchholz/Louisville
12 Landers, Rodney Fr. QB 6'1" 205 Virginia Beach, Va. Tallwood
13 Walton, Kwynn Sr. LB 6'0" 220 Rochester, N.Y. Aquinas/Bridgton (Maine)
14 Englehart, Nick Jr. P 6'0" 200 Bethesda, Md. Walter Johnson
15 Baker, L. C. Fr. WR 5'7" 150 Richmond, Va. Armstrong
16 LeZotte, Matt r-Sr. QB 6'1" 210 Augusta, Ga. Westside
18 Catterton, Robbie So. S 6'2" 200 Virginia Beach, Va. Floyd Kellam/Virginia
19 Wyatt, Stephen Jr. WR 5'9" 185 Hampton, Va. Hampton
20 Bradley, Rondell r-Sr. SS 6'1" 210 Levittown, Pa. Harry S. Truman
21 LeZotte, Tony r-Fr. FS 6'0" 175 Augusta, Ga. Westside
22 Johnson, Bruce r-Jr. WS 5'8" 195 Lithonia, Ga. Lakeside
23 Bransford, Ardon So. TB 5'10" 185 Harrisburg, Pa. Central Dauphin
24 Hines, Raymond r-Jr. TB 5'9" 175 Hyattsville, Md. High Point
25 Mosby, Mike r-Fr. WR 6'4" 205 Mount Holly, N.J. Holy Cross/ Hargrave Mil. (Va.)
26 Connaghan, Sean Sr. TE 6'3" 240 Elysburg, Pa. Southern Columbia Area
27 Kibler, Tim r-So. DE 5'10" 225 Stanardsville, Va. William Monroe
28 Bolton, Antoinne r-Fr. TB 5'7" 160 Virginia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes
29 Ingraldi, David r-Fr. CB 5'11" 175 Clifton, N.J. Kent School (Conn.)
30 Wilkerson, Mike Sr. WS 6'0" 190 Chesapeake, Va. Great Bridge
31 Mizelle, Leon r-Jr. CB 5'10" 175 Hampton, Va. Phoebus
32 Fenner, Maurice r-So. TB 6'1" 220 Virginia Beach, Va. Bayside
33 Dottin-Carter, Isaiah So. SS 6'2" 205 Somerville, Mass. Cambridge Rindge & Latin/Bridgton (Maine)
34 Haywood, Marcus Fr. DB 6'0" 185 Williamsburg, Va. Bruton
35 Jordan, Akeem So. LB 6'0" 220 Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg
36 Kluesner, Joe r-Fr. PK 5'11" 185 Harrisonburg, Va. Harrisonburg
37 Iorio, Chris r-Sr. FB 6'1" 250 Leetsdale, Pa. Quaker Valley
38 Adams, Nick r-Fr. FS 5'10" 185 Virginia Beach, Va. Floyd Kellam
39 Patrick, Will r-So. DE 6'0" 230 Louisa, Va. Louisa
40 Bradshaw, Isai Jr. LB 6'2" 230 Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Rindge & Latin/Bridgton (Maine)
41 Kent, Clint Jr. CB 5'8" 185 Macon, Ga. Westside
42 Rabil, David So. PK 6'1" 160 Franklin, Va. Franklin
43 Brown, Michael r-Fr. LB 6'3" 225 Lake Park, Fla. Palm Beach Gardens/Va. Tech
44 Harris, Casime r-Jr. TE 6'3" 250 Wilmington, Del. Thomas McKean
45 Winston, Kevin r-So. DE 6'3" 225 Beltsville, Md. High Point
46 Horn, Ryan r-Fr. FB 6'0" 250 Inwood, W.Va. Musselman
47 Shuler, Andre Fr. LB 5'11" 225 Hampton, Va. Hampton
48 McSherry, Craig r-So. P 6'3" 205 Charlottesville, Va. Albemarle
49 Smith, Bryan r-Sr. PK 5'11" 160 Hampton, Va. Hampton/Virginia
50 Brown, Marvin r-Fr. DE 6'2" 260 Chesapeake, Va. Hickory
51 Kahle, Jacob Fr. FS 6'0" 205 Norfolk, Va. Granby
52 Braswell, Anderson r-Jr. OC 6'1" 270 Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville
53 Magerko, Matt r-Jr. OC 6'0" 285 Farnham, Va. Northumberland
54 O'Connor, Tom r-Jr. LB 6'0" 230 Medford, N.J. Shawnee
55 McArdle, Frank r-Sr. LS 6'0" 245 Philadelphia, Pa. Archbishop Ryan
56 Johnson, Shelton Fr. LB 6'2" 215 Norfolk, Va. Granby
57 Mathias, Justin r-Jr. OG 5'11" 250 Bealeton, Va. Liberty
58 Miller, Bryce Fr. OC 6'1" 260 Burke, Va. Robinson
59 Haymore, Josh Sr. LS 6'0" 245 Vinton, Va. Staunton River
61 Crowder, Jamaal r-Sr. OT 6'3" 300 Temple Hills, Md. Bishop McNamara
62 Lemn, Scott Fr. OG 6'2" 270 Virginia Beach, Va. Kempsville/Navy Prep
63 Burns, George r-Sr. OG 6'2" 300 Charles Town, W.Va. Jefferson County
64 Martin, Franklin Fr. DL 6'4" 330 Martinsville, Va. Martinsville
65 Davis, Corey So. OT 6'4" 340 Hampton, Va. Kecoughtan
67 Brown, Ryan So. OG 6'3" 260 Paintsville, Ky. Paintsville
68 Beach, Brandon r-Sr. DT 6'1" 280 Newport News, Va. Denbigh
69 Dunn, Harry r-Jr. OT 6'7" 325 Clinton, Md. Surrattsville
70 Suppon, Chuck r-So. DT 6'4" 290 Shavertown, Pa. Dallas
71 Jenkins, Mike r-Sr. OG 6'5" 290 Westminster, Md. South Carroll/Kent State
73 Crumlin, Ben Fr. OL 6'6" 340 Upper Marlboro, Md. Largo
74 Michael, Andrew Fr. OG 6'3" 270 Gaithersburg, Md. Gaithersburg/Bridgton (Maine)
75 Zielinski, Jake Fr. OT 6'6" 260 Haddon Heights, N.J. Haddon Heights
76 Steinfeld, Leon r-Sr. OC 6'1" 295 New Orleans, La. Edna Karr
79 Deeds, John Michael r-Jr. OT 6'5" 265 Roanoke, Va. Cave Spring
81 Nowell, William Fr. WR 6'3" 205 Fredericksburg, Va. Massaponax
82 Boxley, D.D. r-So. WR 5'9" 175 King George, Va. King George
83 Ford, Adam r-Fr. WR 5'9" 180 Lizella, Ga. Macon Central
84 Manley, Dexter Fr. WR 6'3" 185 Chesapeake, Va. Oscar Smith
86 Vaccarino, Brian r-So. WR 5'8" 180 Centreville, Va. Westfield
90 Cobbs, Frank r-Jr. DT 6'1" 250 New River, Va. Pulaski County
91 Kern, Andrew r-Jr. WR 5'11" 200 Hanover, Pa. Southwestern
92 Bache, Ryan Sr. DE 6'2" 275 Culpeper, Va. Culpeper/Fork Union
93 Wantuck, Paul Jr. PK 5'9" 185 Manassas, Va. Osbourn Park
94 Shambley, Demetrius r-Jr. DT 6'4" 295 Norfolk, Va. Norview
95 Holston, Ryan Fr. TE/DE 6'4" 245 Richmond, Va. Monacan
97 Evans, Sid r-Sr. DE 6'1" 260 Manassas, Va. Osbourn Park
98 Ellington, Sudan r-Jr. DT 6'3" 265 Chesapeake, Va. Princess Anne
99 Zehr, Kyle Fr. PK 6'0" 190 Ridgeway, Va. Magna Vista

2004-05 Coaching Staff:
Head Coach: Mickey Matthews (6th Season)
Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line: Curt Newsome (6th Season)
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Jeff Durden (1st Season)
Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: George Barlow (6th Season)
Linebackers: Kyle Gillenwater (6th Season)
Tight Ends: Phil Ratliff (1st Season)
Defensive Backs: Chip West (1st Season)
Running Backs: Ulrick Edmonds (2nd Season)
Defensive Line: J.C. Price (1st Season)
Wide Receivers: Tony Tallent (2nd Season)
Football Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jim Durning (6th Season)

Montana

# Name Year
35 Anderson, Colt FR DB 5'10" 180 lbs Butte, MT
3 Bagley, Ryan FR WR 6'4" 197 lbs Great Falls, MT
71 Balogh, Cody FR OL 6'7" 280 lbs Steilacoom, WA
67 Bell, Kevin FR OT 6'5" 260 lbs Santa Clarita, CA
14 Bergquist, Cole FR QB 6'2" 192 lbs San Clemente, CA
53 Biermann, Kroy FR LB 6'3" 215 lbs Hardin, MT
64 Brown, Dylan SR OG 6'4" 290 lbs Kinsey, MT
58 Brunelle, Ross FR LB 6'0" 230 lbs Spokane, WA
95 Cahill, John SR NT 6'2" 280 lbs Billings, MT
80 Cahill, Paul SO K 6'2" 190 lbs Billings, MT
97 Carlson, Jesse FR DL 6'3" 240 lbs Billings, MT
40 Carlson, Brian SO TE/FB 6'1" 230 lbs Billings, MT
29 Carpenter, Dan FR K 6'2" 190 lbs Helena, MT
94 Carr, Dan JR DE 6'1" 230 lbs Broomfield, CO
54 Carriger, Jaison JR DE 6'3" 232 lbs Butte, MT
60 Carter, Dan FR OL 6'5" 315 lbs Bellingham, WA
10 Clark, Chris SO CB 5'11" 175 lbs Los Angeles, CA
17 Cooper, Jr., Van SO S 6'2" 210 lbs Denver, CO
12 Cordial, Casey FR QB 6'1" 190 lbs Missoula, MT
56 Corwin, Tyler FR DL 6'3" 215 lbs Great Falls, MT
81 Costanzo, Mike SR WR 6'1" 190 lbs Chino, CA
5 Disney, Jeff SR QB 6'1" 198 lbs Glendora, CA
21 Dlouhy, Dustin SO DE 6'2" 238 lbs Idaho Falls, ID
61 Dorn, David FR DE 6'2" 245 lbs Hardin, MT
72 Dow, Colin FR OL 6'5" 275 lbs Billings, MT
88 Dwyer, Brandon FR WR 5'10" 188 lbs Kalispell, MT
23 Edwards, Kevin JR CB 6'2" 195 lbs Spokane, WA
65 Enger, Garth SR OC 6'4" 280 lbs Bothell, WA
82 Ferriter, Mike FR WR 6'1" 180 lbs Helena, MT
4 Foreman, Muckie FR CB/S 6'1" 185 lbs Spanaway, WA
68 Frink, Jason JR OG 6'4" 280 lbs Post Falls, ID
79 Gallagher, Kyle JR DT 6'1" 260 lbs Corvallis, OR
33 Green, Justin SR RB 6'0" 225 lbs San Diego, CA
41 Green, Brady SO RB 5'9" 195 lbs Brighton, UT
66 Green, Jay SR OC/G 6'3" 295 lbs Glasgow, MT
74 Gustafson, Ryan FR OL 6'5" 270 lbs Billings, MT
44 Haile, David FR OLB 6'4" 215 lbs San Jose, CA
30 Hancock, Tate SR WR 5'10" 170 lbs Salina, KS
13 Harris, Tuff SO CB 6'0" 190 lbs Colstrip, MT
43 Hawthorne, Alex FR LB 6'2" 225 lbs Mesa, AZ
16 Hedrick, Drew FR QB 5'10" 185 lbs Billings, MT
8 Heidelberger, Jefferson SR WR/Rets. 5'10" 175 lbs Nevada City, CA
62 Hight, Trapper FR OL 6'4" 260 lbs Miles City, MT
38 Hilliard, Lex SO RB 6'0" 220 lbs Kalispell, MT
50 Hoge, Adam SR LB 5'11" 220 lbs Bozeman, MT
42 Horgan, Blake SR DT 6'3" 275 lbs Spokane, WA
34 Jackson, Quinton FR CB 5'11" 180 lbs Kent, WA
26 Johnson, Tyson SO P 6'2" 180 lbs Stevensville, MT
6 Joyce, Tyler FR LB 6'5" 210 lbs Aurora, CO
59 Kain, Kelly FR DE 6'4" 280 lbs Great Falls, MT
27 Lebsock, Matt SO FS 5'11" 190 lbs Billings, MT
25 Lovell, Luke SO FS 6'0" 180 lbs Great Falls, MT
47 MacIntyre, Shane JR LB 6'3" 222 lbs Helena, MT
73 Marshall, Jeff SO OT 6'5" 275 lbs Newport Beach, CA
86 Martin, Tom FR DB 5'9" 185 lbs Columbus, MT
49 McCarthy, Jake FR DB 5'10" 180 lbs Omaha, NE
77 Mettler, Craig FR DL 6'4" 240 lbs Walla Walla, WA
78 Michel, Eric FR OL 6'6" 275 lbs Billings, MT
98 Mullan, Kerry SO DT 6'3" 290 lbs Stevensville, MT
90 Murphy, Mike SO DE 6'3" 240 lbs Great Falls, MT
48 Noel, Kyler JR LB 6'1" 235 lbs Helena, MT
7 Ochs, Craig SR QB 6'2" 205 lbs Boulder, CO
69 Orwig, Chris JR OL 6'5" 288 lbs Shawnee Mission, KS
45 Palmer, Colt SR TE/FB/Snaps 6'1" 230 lbs Omaha, NE
19 Parks, Tim FR CB 5'10" 180 lbs Moreno Valley, CA
57 Pitcher, Karl FR LB 6'3" 210 lbs Anaconda, MT
36 Polhemus, Chris JR CB 6'2" 195 lbs Missoula, MT
85 Poole, Tyler FR TE 6'2" 215 lbs Spokane, WA
92 Potts, Michael SO DE 6'4" 235 lbs Missoula, MT
75 Procter, Cory SR OG 6'5" 295 lbs Gig Harbor, WA
76 Rhoades, Brad JR OT 6'5" 275 lbs Bellingham, WA
84 Richardson, Ryan FR DB 6'0" 195 lbs Butte, MT
70 Roeller, Carl FR DE 6'5" 215 lbs Hayden Lake, ID
46 Ryan, Kyle FR LB 6'3" 222 lbs Billings, MT
99 Saenz, Alan JR DT 6'2" 295 lbs Newport Beach, CA
28 Schmidt, Andrew FR RB 6'1" 210 lbs Bozeman, MT
24 Schulte, Rob FR RB 5'8" 185 lbs Great Falls, MT
1 Segars, Levander SR WR/Rets. 5'9" 170 lbs Colorado Springs, CO
89 Simpson, Ja'Ton JR TE 6'5" 230 lbs Long Beach, CA
93 Sloan, Pete SO K 5'9" 175 lbs Kalispell, MT
96 Spencer, Lance JR DE 6'2" 255 lbs Malta, MT
91 Stadnyk, Michael FR DE 6'5" 245 lbs Regina, Saskatchewan
2 Talmage, Jon JR WR 6'4" 195 lbs Anaheim Hills, CA
31 Thomas, Tyler JR SS 6'0" 190 lbs Dillon, MT
32 Thomas, Torrey FR S 6'0" 175 lbs Dillon, MT
11 Troxel, Matt FR WR 5'9" 175 lbs Coeur d'Alene, ID
37 Utterback, Loren FR LB 6'2" 218 lbs Fort Benton, MT
55 Varona, Jonny SR NT 6'3" 280 lbs Medical Lake, WA
52 Vella, Nick SR LB 6'2" 230 lbs Castro Valley, CA
87 Walden, Willie SR TE 6'7" 275 lbs Vancouver, WA
20 Waller, JR JR RB 5'9" 210 lbs Portland, OR
63 Wells, Ryan SO OT 6'4" 292 lbs Hamilton, MT
18 Wilson, Jimmy FR CB 6'1" 180 lbs San Diego, CA






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If one looks to the sideline of any Hawks game, they will soon spot assistant coach Matthew Hill, who helps coach Lloyd Pierce during games. However, Kevin Durant’s former teammate in Austin is not the only Matt Hill of critical importance to the Atlanta organization. Working behind the scenes and far from the sidelines is another Mr. Hill. The UT-Chattanooga graduate who hails ... (click for more)

Breaking News

After 10 Years, Red Bank Still “Non-Compliant” With Land Swap Agreement That Cleared Way For New Middle School, Feds Rule

Ten years after Red Bank officials agreed to a land swap that allowed Red Bank Middle School to be built on what had been municipal park land, the town still hasn’t kept its end of the bargain. Now, state and federal officials are calling its bluff. The fact that Red Bank did not meet its obligations under the 2011 land swap agreement could come back to haunt it the next time ... (click for more)

Antoine Deandre Allen, 20, Was Shooting Victim In 8000 Block Of Standifer Gap Road Wednesday Night

The victim in a fatal shooting in East Brainerd has been identified as Antoine Deandre Allen, 20. The shooting happened late Wednesday night. The body was discovered in the 8000 block of Standifer Gap Road. (click for more)

Opinion

Earl Freudenberg: Mayor, City Council, Please Help The Vitally Needed Forgotten Child Fund

I write this letter for informational purposes. Having worked in the Forgotten Child Fund from 1966 to the early 2000’s I know the fund's purpose as I’m very concerned about the organization's future. Officer Johnny Wright founded the fund. His idea came about in 1962. In those early days Officer Wright got a lot of help from then WRGP, Channel 3, Roy Morris, Tommy Eason, Bill ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: An Autumn Afternoon

There is a new USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll just out that tells us with Tuesday’s election almost here, three of every four voters are most worried about post-election violence. What is the world have we done to find ourselves here? That our United States is horribly divided is a given, which it shouldn’t be at all. I glory in the fact so many Americans are willing to patiently wait in ... (click for more)