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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.
There usually aren’t a lot of gaudy numbers associated with offensive linemen, but that’s not the case with Neal Coon.
Linebacker Josh Johnson and offensive lineman Sonny Ahkui of Rocky Mountain College are first-team selections on the 25th annual USA Football News Small College Preseason All-America football team.
Eight members of the Rocky Mountain College football team were selected to the all-Frontier Conference squad, which was announced by the league on Wednesday night.
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.
Seven members of the Rocky Mountain College football team have landed on the All-Frontier Conference first team, which was voted on by the coaches and announced on Wednesday afternoon.
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.