Saturday’s homecoming game for Rocky Mountain College football could go down in history.
Rocky Mountain College and College of Idaho will finally meet again on the football field Saturday afternoon at Herb Klindt Field.
While the Frontier Conference’s football schedule is short and sweet on Saturday, a pair of nationally ranked teams and conference title contenders will be in action.
It's a new football season, but the same old problem for Rocky Mountain College.
Whenever Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College have tangled in football over the past few seasons, the games have developed into super showdowns.
Saturday afternoon's home opener for Rocky Mountain College’s football team is shaping up to be a doozy.
DILLON — Rocky Mountain College’s first Frontier Conference football victory of the season was a thriller.
An interesting weekend of football ahead for the Frontier Conference, featuring league openers, an enticing showdown and a team coming off a 37-year hiatus.
Three members of the Rocky Mountain College football team have received NAIA All-America recognition from the Beyond Sports Network.
The Saints were playing for Rome. They fell just short.
As injured center Alex Kastens was carted to the locker room Saturday, he shouted linebacker Sean Blomquist’s name repeatedly. Finally getting his attention from behind the end zone, he gave the defensive captain a message: “Go get it done.”
HELENA — In a football game that offered a season’s worth of drama and highlights, Rocky Mountain College wound up losing by a foot.
Pete Anderson has already helped Rocky Mountain College achieve one of its greatest football victories.
HELENA -- Quarterback Dakota Stonehouse threw for three touchdowns and ran for one Saturday afternoon as No. 5 Carroll College beat No. 20 Southern Oregon University 48-30 to take over sole possession of first place in the Frontier Conference.
DILLON -- Dustin Rinker ran for two touchdowns and Dakota Stonehouse passed for two as Carroll College beat Montana Western 31-7 Saturday afternoon in Frontier Conference football.
HELENA -- Quarterback Dakota Stonehouse threw for four touchdowns Saturday afternoon as No. 7-ranked Carroll College pulled into a first-place tie with Rocky Mountain College in the Frontier Conference football standings by beating Dickinson State 42-7 at Nelson Stadium.
LA GRANDE, Ore. -- Running back Chris McGinnis-Parker scored four touchdowns -- including the game-winner with 12 seconds to play -- as previously winless Eastern Oregon University stunned No. 3-ranked Carroll College 35-31 in Frontier Conference football at Community Stadium.
Chris Music and the Rocky Mountain College defense takes down Carroll College running back Dustin Rinker during play Saturday in Billings.
Did Saturday's football showdown between Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College live up to the hype as the NAIA's national game of the week?
Senior linebacker Josh Johnson of Rocky Mountain College can’t wait to get back on the field Saturday afternoon against visiting Carroll College.