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Eagles practically perfect in 54-29 win over Bobcats

Eastern scores on all eight possessions to take over Big Sky's top spot


Paul Delaney

Eastern Washington's Quincy Forte avoids a tackle attempt by Montana State's Deonte Flowers (37) and sprints towards the end zone for the first of his two touchdowns in Saturday's 54-29 win over Montana State at Roos Field.

You know it's a good day on the football field when:

• Your team scores on all but the final possession – that being a couple of kneel-downs.

• Your quarterback connects on all but two passes.

• And maybe best, your punter never takes the field.

Those are just a few things that jumped out of Saturday's Big Sky Conference football showdown between No. 3 Eastern Washington and fourth-ranked Montana State, won by the Eagles in most convincing fashion, 54-29 at Roos Field.

It was Eastern's 500th football victory.

As he has since assuming the role of starting quarterback all to his own t...

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