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His father, Jeff Choate, was known as the “Griz Slayer” as Montana State’s head coach with a 4-0 record against in-state rival Montana.

Now, in his final Brawl of the Wild as a player, it was linebacker/backup long snapper Jory Choate’s turn to add to the legacy. The opportunity came after the Bobcats forced a fourth down late in the first quarter.

UM punter Patrick Rohrbach lined up for the punt on the UM 16-yard line. What happened next looked closer to the MSU-Weber State game on Oct. 22, which featured four safeties. Long snapper Grayson Pibal’s snap skied over Rohrbach’s head and into the end zone.


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