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ESCAPING THE HEARTLAND

Huge plays by captains help No. 4 Bobcats avoid upset in Iowa

Montana State at Drake

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Drake's Joey Orlando, right, lands after getting hit and flipped by Montana State's Sean Gords in Des Moines, Iowa on Saturday.

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Montana State at Drake

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Montana State quarterback DeNarius McGhee breaks out of the grasp of a Drake defender in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday.

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DES MOINES, Iowa — With their backs against the wall and lady luck seemingly fancying the Bulldogs for the evening, the Bobcats leapt to the only place they could: Upon the shoulders of their captains.

No. 4 Montana State found itself in a slugfest in a place Rob Ash knows well against a program the MSU head coach helped build. With a little more than 11 minutes to play, the two-time defending co-Big Sky Conference champion Bobcats trailed the host Drake Bulldogs 24-21. Then Caleb Schreibeis and Tray Robinson let their presence be known.

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Chronicle Sports Writer Colter Nuanez was with the Chronicle from 2011 to 2012

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