It was a tale of two 10's on Saturday in Missoula. Both are quarterbacks, both had the game of a lifetime. One to remember, and one to forget.

Montana's number 10, Jordan Johnson had quite a day, connecting on 22 of 36 passes for 313 yards and three touchdowns, while the other number 10, Jake Bleskin of the Montana State Bobcats had a day that will live in infamy, he threw for five interceptions, and fumbled twice, leading to a final score of 34-7 in favor of the Griz.

It was also a record day for Grizzly senior defensive end, Zach Wagenmann, who broke the Grizzly sack record giving him 33.5 for his career, overtaking the late, great Tim Bush.

And, running back Jordan Canada rushed for over 100 yards yet again, giving him over 1,000 yards rushing.

The victorious Grizzlies carried the Great Divide Trophy around the stadium to a crowd delirious with happiness over the second straight win over the Cats, and the final regular home game for retiring coach Mick Delaney.

Now, the Grizzlies will await the FCS tournament selection show, which will air at 9 a.m. on ESPNU.