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Big Sky: Montana rolls MVSU 67-7

Montana’s Keenan Curran celebrates a touchdown catch against MVSU. ississippi Valley State in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, in Missoula, Mont. (AP Photo/Patrick Record) ORG XMIT: MTPR107 (Patrick Record / Associated Press)
Montana’s Keenan Curran celebrates a touchdown catch against MVSU. ississippi Valley State in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, in Missoula, Mont. (AP Photo/Patrick Record) ORG XMIT: MTPR107 (Patrick Record / Associated Press)
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Brady Gustafson threw for four touchdown passes, all in the first half, and Montana (4-1) swamped Mississippi Valley State (0-6) 67-7 in Missoula, Montana. Gustafson completed 17 straight passes at one point in the first half, including scoring strikes covering 44 and 4 yards to Keenan Curran.

NAU 20, Montana St. 14: Joe Logan ran for 147 yards, including touchdown runs of 65 and 4 yards, to lead Northern Arizona (1-2) to a 20-14 win over Montana State (0-3) in Bozeman, Montana.

Weber St. 14, Portland St. 10: Jadrian Clark accounted for 163 total yards and threw the game’s only touchdown pass late to help Weber State (3-2) defeat Portland State (2-4) 14-10 in Ogden, Utah.

North Dakota 40, Sacramento St. 7: Keaton Studsrud threw for 203 yards and ran for two touchdowns, Brady Oliveira ran for two more scores and North Dakota (4-2) rolled to a 40-7 victory over Sacramento State (1-5) in Sacramento, California.

Southern Utah 24, UC Davis 3: Patrick Tyler threw for 183 yards and ran for a score as Southern Utah (3-2) downed UC Davis (1-5) 24-3 in Cedar City, Utah.

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