Mike Van Diest
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.
When Bruce Parker was introduced last week as Rocky Mountain College’s new athletic director, he looked out in the large crowd at the press conference and made note of all the Battlin’ Bear coaches in attendance.
In making his farewell to football, Christian Olson went out in a blaze of big plays.
Carroll College announced the signing of three Montana football players, including Jackson Marsh of Plentywood.
The Carroll College football program has announced the signing of four Montana athletes, including Reece Quade of Billings Skyview.
HELENA — Two Montana college football coaches have received post-season honors.
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.
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?
The 46th annual Montana Coaches Association multi-sports clinic starts Wednesday morning at Great Falls High School. The event serves as an educational tool for coaches and athletic directors from around Montana.
Joe Andriolo was fat and unhappy.
HELENA — The Carroll College football team opens its 2013 season with a game against Menlo College to be played on the red turf at Eastern Washington University.
Chandler Arbizzani, who was a two-year starter as a cornerback at Billings Skyview, has signed a letter of intent with the football program at Carroll College.
Rocky Mountain College’s football team definitely displayed plenty of resolve at season’s end in ensuring both its success and a spot in school history.
This one was worth the wait — all 4,445 days.
HELENA – Rocky Mountain College gave Carroll College quite a fight from the start Saturday, but – once again – it was a favorable ending for the Saints.
BUTTE -- Montana Tech scored 17 unanswered points against No. 2-ranked Carroll College Saturday afternoon to score a 37-20 upset win against the 12-time reigning league champion Saints at Alumni Coliseum.