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Rocky Mountain College has won seven of its last eight season openers in football and is ranked ninth nationally this year, but nobody is more curious to see this group of Battlin' Bears in action than head coach Brian Armstrong.
Rocky Mountain College will open its 2014 football season with three consecutive road games before playing Carroll College on Sept. 20 on Herb Klindt Field.
MILES CITY — Rocky Mountain College coach Brian Armstrong is well aware that his Battlin’ Bears will be playing in the nation’s first college football game of the 2013 season on Friday night — and his instructions to his players were pretty simple.