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Montana State routs Black Hills State 57-10

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) Dakota Prukop threw two touchdown passes and ran for three more to lead Montana State to a 57-10 rout Saturday night of Division II Black Hills State.

In the first 8:12, Prukop ran for a 60-yard touchdown and connected with Justin Paige for a 43-yard score. Prukop had touchdown runs of 57 and 6 yards, and hit Tanner Roderick with a 33-yard strike in the second quarter.

Gunnar Brekke ran for a 1-yard touchdown to open the fourth quarter and cap the scoring for Montana State. The Bobcats (1-1) had 637 yards of total offense, the most since recording 646 against Sacramento State in 2010.

Phydell Paris had 12 carries for 76 yards and a 49-yard touchdown run to lead Black Hills State (0-1).

It was the first meeting between the schools.

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