With one quick glance around the practice field at Rocky Mountain College, it’s easy to see that there is a lot to like about this year’s Battlin’ Bears football team.
Soccer standouts Oliver Gore and Malin Johansson were honored recently as Rocky Mountain Colleges' senior athletes of the year.
Ten Rocky Mountain College football players have been selected for all-Frontier Conference honors, and Battlin' Bear head coach Brian Armstrong has been chosen as the league's coach of the year.
Brian Armstrong and B.J. Robertson played football together at Western Montana College and even coached alongside each other at Rocky Mountain College for six seasons.
Rocky Mountain College offensive lineman Sonny Ah Kui already knows a thing or two about playing championship football.
Over the years, whenever Brett Hilde would return home to Culbertson, he would inevitably be asked about how the Rocky Mountain College football team was doing or about the outlook for the coming season.
Andre McCullouch has switched his jersey number this season, tacked on 25 pounds, let his hair grow long and sprouted a thick beard.
There usually aren’t a lot of gaudy numbers associated with offensive linemen, but that’s not the case with Neal Coon.
Rocky Mountain College offensive lineman Neal Coon (61) blocks during the Bears’ scrimmage last week at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium. Coon, a fifth-year senior, will be starting in his 34th consecutive game on Friday as Rocky opens its season against Jamestown College (N.D.) in Miles City.
With spring football nearing a close for Rocky Mountain College, coach Brian Armstrong will be putting his Battlin' Bears through a scrimmage Saturday morning on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
It should come as no surprise that Carroll College has been the Frontier Conference's winningest football program over the past three seasons.
This one was worth the wait — all 4,445 days.
Rocky Mountain College's no-huddle, hurry-up offense just keeps getting faster and faster.
While March Madness certainly has everyone's attention at the moment, Rocky Mountain College coach Brian Armstrong said he is also more excited than usual over Monday's start for spring football.
Rocky Mountain College will be playing as a nationally ranked football team Saturday afternoon for the first time in 12 seasons.