Cats Swagger is Back

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"You know the great thing about the UND game is that every person on the plane played. Which I think helps boost moral. I was excited to see the second unit go in," said Montana State offensive line coach Jason McEndoo.

When the two's and three's go in, you know it's been a dominating performance. That's what Montana State did in it's 63-20 win over North Dakota. So it begs the question, do the Cats have their swagger back?

"I think so our guys feel really good right now that was a great win, a dominating win and I think both sides of the ball feel good moving forward," said head coach Rob Ash.

"I mean it's nice to get a win but it's hard to answer if it's back because I technically didn't think we lost it," said sophomore defensive tackle Taylor Sheridan.

It also helps to have the two time Big Sky Most Outstanding player under center. But as usual, DeNarius McGhee was humble and selfless.

"I wouldn't say its me or anything else I would say we just came to play against Monmouth we came to play as well as SMU we lost that one but as a team we were ready and we were prepared and ready to go but I wouldn't say we had an impact," said McGhee.

"We have got to find a way to win on the road found a way this weekend against UND. It was exciting to watch these kids play we've got our head on fire. It wasn't just the o line or the offense in general it was the defense and they got a lot of swagger going. It was fun this game is supposed to be fun," said McEndoo.


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