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Heat is on for Bobcats

Montana State Defensive Lineman Odin Coe
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Montana State defensive lineman Odin Coe, right, congratulates teammate Brad Daly after making the sack on Monmouth quarterback Brandon Hill during the first half of an NCAA college football game at Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman, Thursday, Aug. 29.

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Montana State Defensive Lineman Odin Coe
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Montana State defensive lineman Odin Coe, right, adds defensive pressure to Monmouth quarterback Brandon Hill during the first half of an NCAA college football game at Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman, Thursday, Aug. 29.

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Tuesday at Montana State’s afternoon practice, groups of defensive players were seen running from one group to another and one sideline to the other before resting in front of waterspout continually dispensing the liquid.

The idea was to get the Bobcats used to the pace and fatigue they’ll likely face Saturday night in Dallas when they play Southern Methodist.

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