Pete Anderson has already helped Rocky Mountain College achieve one of its greatest football victories.
Senior linebacker Travis Bertelsen of Rocky Mountain College wasn’t about to lose on his home field on Senior Day.
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.
DICKINSON, N.D. — No. 10-ranked Rocky Mountain College started fast and never looked back on Saturday afternoon in beating Dickinson State University 45-7 in Frontier Conference football at the Biesiot Activities Center.
Rocky Mountain College is still in it to win it.
Rocky Mountain College football coach Brian Armstrong isn’t that keen on rehashing history, but his Battlin’ Bears keep making it this season.
Make room for Rocky Mountain College on top of the Frontier Conference football standings.
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.
Record producer and guitar-slinging sideman extraordinaire Pete Anderson steps out solo again for a record that covers the rock ’n’ roll waterfront.
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.
There usually aren’t a lot of gaudy numbers associated with offensive linemen, but that’s not the case with Neal Coon.
Three Class AA all-state football players from Billings West and Billings Skyview have signed letters of intent to continue their playing days with Rocky Mountain College.
It has been 58 days since Rocky Mountain College scored its first football victory over Carroll College in 4,445 days.
This one was worth the wait — all 4,445 days.
Veteran cornerback Ridge Fuentes is all smiles when it comes to talking about the Rocky Mountain College defense.
Rocky Mountain College’s football program is expecting one of its largest turnouts ever when two-a-day practices get under way on Aug. 8.