BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- Tight end Brandon Bostick caught three touchdown passes from two quarterbacks as the Montana State football team overwhelmed Division II Adams State 59-3 in a lightning-delayed season opener Saturday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.
Freshman reserve tailback C.J. Palmer of Sprint, Texas, scored on rushing touchdowns of 11 and 58 yards as MSU prevailed in its first home season-opener since 2004 -- a 19-0 victory over Adams State.
Adams State didn't cross midfield until six minutes remained in the third quarter and didn't score until a 45-yard field goal by Dustin Bolt with five seconds to play. The Grizzlies' deepest penetration until the final minute was MSU's 47-yard line.
The game was delayed and the stadium evacuated for 43 minutes at the beginning of the third quarter because of lightning strikes detected west of the stadium. When the teams resumed play with MSU leading 38-0, the stands remained empty for safety reasons for about 15 minutes.
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Baylor and ex-coach Art Briles acknowledged "serious shortcomings" Friday night in a statement announcing that the sides have mutually agreed to terminate his employment.
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