Weber State Recovers From Slow Start To Beat Montana State 34-24
OGDEN, Utah – After falling behind 10-0 early, the No. 7-ranked Weber State Wildcats recovered to win 34-24 over the Montana State Bobcats Saturday night at Stewart Stadium.
Weber State didn’t put points on the board until midway through the second quarter thanks to a 8-yard rush by quarterback Kaden Jenks. Montana State responded with another touchdown to create a 17-7 lead. The Wildcats however, would not be denied as they outscored the Bobcats 27-7 the rest of the way to come away with the win.
Running back Treshawn Garrett had a day to remember, gathering three touchdowns on the ground to complement his 80 yards gained. Fellow running back and freshman sensation Josh Davis also had a strong day rushing the ball. Though he didn’t score a touchdown, he collected 96 yards, including a long rush of 45 yards in the victory.
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Quarterback Jake Constantine had a shaky outing, throwing three interceptions to go along with 176 yards through the air, he was replaced by Jenks, who then left the game with a gruesome leg injury towards the end of the first half.
Next up for Weber State is a road test against North Dakota on Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. The game will be broadcast on Pluto TV.