Bob Stitt earned the Montana head coaching job by demonstrating an innovating offense at D-II Colorado School of Mines, and in his first game at the helm of the Grizzlies he managed the simple task of knocking off North Dakota State—NCAA Division I champions each of the past four seasons.

Joey Counts rushed in on fourth down with six seconds left in the game to give Montana a 38-35 win over NDSU, a squad which had lost only three games, total, in the past seven years. #StittHappens, indeed.

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